Legare Waring House – Charlestowne Landing Wedding Ceremony of Michelle and PJ

A few weeks ago I had a wonderful wedding shoot located at the historic Charlestowne Landing site at the Legare-Waring House. (Charleston was founded at Charlestowne Landing in 1670) Michelle and PJ met while attending the College of Charleston and what better place to get married than in Charleston! The beautiful weather that we had lead to a great day under the avenue of oaks for their ceremony. Stacey and her crew from Red Letter Events did a wonderful job decorating the venue with bright, vibrant colors and decor all around. I do love photographing Jewish wedding ceremonies because of the traditional customs and rich heritage that goes along with such a big day in a couple’s life. We got to do a “first glance” session right before their ceremony which is always fun for me to do. It gives the couple a chance to see each other for the very first time without all the pressures of family and guests around them. Plus once that is done, I can start on family portraits ahead of time. There was definitely a lot of family pics for this group and you couldn’t have a better backdrop for a location! ;-) Congratulations to the both of you!

Be sure to click on their wedding slideshow at the bottom of this post. There is a link for all of the images online after the slideshow. Or you can just click here.

Of course I had to have a little bit of fun with Michelle and PJ by the “gator sign“. We do have a few of them around these parts……. ;-)

Wedding Slideshow Below!



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