It’s officially wedding season here in the south, and Randall and Rebeccah’s wedding was, I am not kidding, the perfect wedding to kick off my photography year!
R&R chose to wed in the beautiful historical venue Loom at Cotton Mill Place – which is a great place to get married for any upstate couple, but it was made even more perfect thanks to some family history. Rebeccah grew up not too far from here, and her grandmother worked at the cotton mill which would eventually be transformed into this beautiful venue. Rebeccah and Randall’s wedding was full of sweet personal touches like that, from a table of old pictures of family members to the invitations, save the dates and programs designed by the bride herself. And, in spite of a forecast of rain all day, the drizzle cleared up enough for us to take advantage of the gorgeous exterior of the mill for some great photos.
Randall and Rebeccah – thank you so much for giving me the chance to work with you; for inviting me into your beautiful and personal wedding; and for being probably the calmest bride and groom I’ve ever worked with. Best wishes to you two in your new life together!
And, of course, many thanks to my fabulous team of assistants/second shooters, Eleanor Harmon and Bethany Burrow. A few of the shots below are theirs, and I want to give them credit and thank them for helping me cover every angle of this wedding – and just generally being fabulous!
I normally just let my photos do the talking, but I thought this needed a quick little word of explanation – this window is a window from the bridal suite, but it’s a mirror from the outside. This let Rebeccah keep an eye on things, and even get a peek of her groom before the ceremony while still saving the big reveal for him until she walked down the aisle!
Loved working with all of these vendors:
Food: Good Life Catering <– delicious. I know you can’t tell taste from photos, but take my word for it… good food!
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