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Nov112011

Britton and Jon's Wedding at the Lace House.

Britton and Jon are two amazing people. They spend their lives in service to the public in law enforcement. They were both just wonderful people and I had so much fun shooting their engagement session, bridal portrait session and wedding.

Britton and Jon were married at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Columbia and the reception was at the Lace House. Special thanks goes out to  Chelsey Winford for amazing makeup, Southern Way Catering for providing all the great food, Micheal Joye at PartyTime Djs for keeping the party going and Parkland Cakes for a stunning wedding cake and to everyone at the Lace House for having such a beautifull place for a wedding. Here are a few teaser photos!

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

Wedding at the Lace House, Columbia SC

 

Reader Comments (3)

Nice shots! The colors and shades are just awesome. Great job!

November 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSybil Wieners

Your shots are superb! I've added you in my list! I'm eyeing for the perfect photographer to cover our wedding day.

November 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKurt Whitner

Simple yet beautiful wedding shots. My sister has been looking for a wedding photog for her wedding. I'd definitely recommend you.

November 23, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterTyrone Burrier

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