Charlotte Ruth Julian made her arrival on Saturday, October 13 at 6:44pm, at 6 pounds 8 ounces, 19.5 inches long, a week earlier than her due date. She was ready to make her grand entrance and everyone else was too!Read More
This past weekend was a bit of a whirlwind. We got to see the sunrise on our way to Columbia on Saturday morning and sunset in Anderson on Sunday night. And oh my goodness, they were GORGEOUS!
We found out on Friday evening that we would be leaving super early on Saturday morning because my sister was having baby Charlotte! We left our house at 5:15am to head to Columbia!
We are so thankful for God’s protection after a deer ran straight into the driver side door of Mitchel’s car at 5:30am on a dark backroad while we were on the way to see our niece be born! Yes, a deer hit US. We did not hit the deer, it literally ran smack dab into the side of the car.
We are okay and Mitchel had only a few, tiny scrapes from all the glass busting out of his driver side door’s window. It was scary but I can’t believe that Mitchel wasn’t hurt. God was definitely watching over us! And thankfully we were only 15 minutes from home and his car was drivable so we could go home and get my car.
We made it to the hospital with plenty of time to spare. My sister was a champ and brought baby Charlotte into the world at 6:44pm on Saturday night! I am so thankful that I was able to be there for the birth and got to capture it all. I can’t wait to share some of the images from the day soon!
Last week I had the opportunity to meet with a group of people who are all a part of the wedding industry! It’s a local chapter of the Rising Tide Society group, which is a group that has smaller groups of entrepreneurs all over the USA.Read More
We have a special guest post on the blog today for you! Allie Walker is the owner of Katharine Marie Weddings in Anderson, SC and has a plethora of knowledge about the wedding industry as a whole. As the owner of a wedding dress shop and with years of experience as a wedding coordinator, you can’t afford NOT to work with her!Read More
This post is titled “From the Other Side of the Camera”, but it could also be called “Why you should regularly have portraits taken”. And by “regularly, I definitely mean yearly if you can swing it!”Read More
Casey and Mark were married in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. They were engaged in February of this year on Kiawah Island just outside of Charleston. Their entire relationship was formed in and around Charleston, so it only made sense that their wedding stay true to their love of the Holy City.Read More