Yay to Sarah and Phillip Rosal! All the beautiful ideas you had for your wedding were noticed by the blog A Lowcountry wedding!!!
Go see the full post HERE!
I know it’s hard to plan a wedding from out of town, but I think Natalie did an awesome job planning her Wild Dunes Wedding. Of course, I know from all my years there, that the staff at Wild Dunes is a huge help! I love working out there, knowing that everything will run smoothly and that Samantha and her team are ready if you need anything! It makes my job at Liz Duren Photography SO easy.
Complete Music brought a photo booth that was a HUGE hit and as always Justin and Jw Weddings and Events made it beautiful!
See for yourself!
I have a confession. I’ve been a very bad girl…. when it comes to blogging and reaching out to other bloggers to share my images. I’ve been so busy last year working on my second job, my walking tours of Charleston, that my first love, Liz Duren Photography was a little neglected. BUT, here comes the good news. I love to share my images with all my vendors!! How else can everyone see the great work they do, unless WE photogs are sharing! SO, I am pleased and grateful to the ladies of Engaging Events for making sure this lovely wedding found it’s way onto the World Wide Web!!!!! Thanks ladies. I was thrilled to stumble across it on one of my favorite wedding bogs Borrowed and Blue!!!!
On a lovely quiet Wednesday evening Paul and Robin got married on their back porch surrounded by their closest family (including two skpes!!) I thought it was a perfect celebration of their feelings for one another in a such a lovely setting.
I so look forward to wedding day so I can finally show off the bridal portraits. I met Sarah on a day we thought it might RAIN… I was so worried, but it turned out perfectly. We met at The Rice Mill where the wedding would be held. She carried roses from her grandfather’s garden, which I thought was the perfect touch!