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Vanlandingham Garden Party Wedding Part 2 | Charlotte Destination Wedding

In case you missed Part 1.

This was such a beautiful wedding, filled with sweet moments. I promised you a butterfly release and an awesome ring shot. Take a look.

VanlandinghamWedding7The little guy’s butterflies didn’t want to leave their box…He said, “They’re having a conversation!” So cute!VanlandinghamWedding8 VanlandinghamWedding9 VanlandinghamWedding10Isn’t this shot amazing? Kudos to my second shooter, Kelli, for being my butterfly whisperer. VanlandinghamWedding11 VanlandinghamWedding12

This has got to be my all time favorite bridal bouquet. I’ve always thought the cascading bouquets were so elegant and beautiful. They remind me of Princess Diana’s wedding. Orlaith definitely looked like a princess herself. After the wedding, the couple took the gorgeous bridal bouquet to Arlington cemetery, to put it on the grave of David’s father who passed away when he was only 2. Hearing that made me tear up!VanlandinghamWedding13 VanlandinghamWedding14 VanlandinghamWedding15

My absolute favorite image from this wedding is this one of Orlaith and the kids eating wedding cake by the band.VanlandinghamWedding16

The reception was a lot of fun for everyone. The Whiskey Rebellion played lots of Irish music, and they danced the Seige of Ennes.VanlandinghamWedding17 VanlandinghamWedding18

Be sure to leave me some blog love! It makes my heart smile!

Bridal Gown: Miss Pearl Couture, The Hague, Netherlands

Bridal Shoes: L.K. Bennett, London

Jewelry: Tiffany and Co.

Groom’s Tuxedo: Men’s Warehouse

Venue: Vanlandingham Estate

Officiant: Patrick Maloy

Wedding Director: Dottie Maloy

Flowers: Blossom Shop

Cake: Edible Art

Hairstylist: Roger, London, UK

Harpist: Jennie Eggelston, My Gentle Harp

Band: The Whiskey Rebellion, Richmond, VA

xo,

name green

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Vanlandingham Garden Party Wedding Part 1 | Charlotte Destination Wedding

From across the pond, two of the sweetest, most genuine people came to exchange their vows in a destination wedding at Vanlandingham Estate. David & Orlaith’s wedding guests came from all over the globe to take part in their special day. The couple came from the Netherlands, and the guests came from places like Panama, Ireland, and London. I was in love with all of their accents, and they said the same about mine. I will actually miss them. They are all pretty amazing!

Wedding at Vanlandingham
The bridal gown is a coutoure gown by Miss Pearl in the Netherlands. The second dress is a more American traditional wedding gown she wore for the reception. Both are equally beautiful, aren’t they?
VanlandinghamWedding-bridal VanlandinghamWedding4 VanlandinghamWedding5 VanlandinghamWedding6Part 2 to come. Be sure to check back soon. There will be a butterfly release, as well as an amazing ring shot to share next time. Leave me some blog love. It makes my day!

Bridal Gown: Miss Pearl Couture, The Hague, Netherlands

Bridal Shoes: L.K. Bennett, London

Jewelry: Tiffany and Co.

Groom’s Tuxedo: Men’s Warehouse

Venue: Vanlandingham Estate

Officiant: Patrick Maloy

Wedding Director: Dottie Maloy

Flowers: Blossom Shop

Cake: Edible Art

Hairstylist: Roger, London, UK

Harpist: Jennie Eggelston, My Gentle Harp

xo,

name green

Merry Christmas!

Sixteen years ago today, Christmas got just a little more special for me. I married the most wonderful man and joined two families. It has been the best decision I’ve made. Over the years our family has grown up and grown together and for that I am grateful.

So when I think of Christmas, I feel so blessed that I cry. Happy Tears! God gave us Jesus so we could be in His family and Tim and I married to be a great family.

As a photographer, I am constantly working with couples and families to capture them. Yet, over the last few years I have neglected to get family portraits of my own family. My good friend Joseph Hawk offered to change that. Thanks, Joseph!

Merry Christmas!

FAQ: What to Wear Fall and Winter (Rock Hill Portrait Photographer)

Do you ever look at your closet and panic about what to wear? I do, sometimes. I have a quirky sense of style, some classic, some eclectic. Some days I just wish the outfits would find themselves and magically appear on me. So that got me to thinking…a lot of times my clients also want or need ideas for their wardrobe selection for an upcoming photo session. Well, below are some ideas. You don’t have to own the exact things or even the color palettes. These are just ideas to get you started. So now you have an idea. Play with your closet and have fun!

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