Caroline had the privilege of photographing Megan in some gorgeous Old Exchange Building bridal portraits and we are very excited to share them with you! The Old Exchange Building is one of the oldest structures in Charleston and has served many functions throughout the years. Steeped in history, the architecture has been preciously preserved and yields a gorgeous classic atmosphere for any portraits. Caroline used the beautiful windows and columns to frame the smiling bride. The natural light from the huge windows provided perfect illumination for several portraits. The building’s rich wooden staircase served as a warm, natural element to the proceedings. Megan looked stunning in a satin gown with an embellished bodice, the dress was elegant and belonged alongside the historical pieces throughout the building. A vibrant bouquet of spring flowers that included blue hydrangea and pink tulips beautifully complimented her gorgeous gown.
Caroline also photographed Megan and her then-fiance Richard in engagement photos from around downtown Charleston. Trekking across the peninsula and utilizing iron gates, beautiful facades and the scenery of Battery Park, the couple’s fun personalities were featured in the portraits. Not long after the bridal portraits at the Old Exchange Building, Caroline again joined Megan and Richard at Middleton Plantation as they exchanged vows and joined their lives. In an exquisite garden wedding, the two wed under a giant oak tree overlooking the Ashley River. The couple shared a private dance in the garden before rejoining their family and friends for a fun and lively reception. A sparkler exit was a perfect end to a perfect day.
Photographer: Caroline | Editor: Lucy