Can we talk about the level of self-control it takes not to share photos you’re super excited to share?? I normally only have to wait 4-6 weeks to share bridal portraits because we take them as close to the wedding day as possible. Thanks to coronavirus, Morgan’s wedding was postponed to July and I had to wait FIVE MONTHS to share her gorgeous bridal portraits with you! The struggle was real, but the wait was totally worth it! If you’re on the fence about whether you should do a bridal session before your wedding, maybe these portraits will convince you. Or check out this blog post about all the benefits of a bridal session!
Morgan and Troy’s ceremony was at First Baptist Church Greenville and their reception was at The Camellia Pavilion. As such, Morgan decided to do her bridal session at each location. We started at the church and got some classic portraits inside. Then moved outside to get some portraits on the steps. As it got closer to sunset, we went to the Camellia Pavilion to finish up her session. I’m glad we went to both locations because I have so many favorites from each! Plus, we got some dreamy golden hour photos at the Camellia Pavilion because the sun was hitting everywhere just right! Morgan chose to display one of the classic portraits from inside the church at her wedding reception. It was so fun seeing that portrait in all its glory. Just another great reason to print your photos!
Morgan, thank you so much for asking me to photograph this wedding journey for you! I’m so thankful that I got to know you and Troy through your engagement session, bridal session, your intimate wedding ceremony, and your big marriage celebration! I hope you love every photograph as much as I do! I look forward to taking more photos for y’all in the future 😊