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Rob and Meg shot their engagement session in downtown Wilmington, NC. While they were there, they managed to capture so much of what makes Wilmington a beautiful, fun city.
Joe and Meg’s love has spanned the world. It started when they met in Japan, continued in Baltimore, and kept going through their wedding in Emerald Isle.
Most brides shoot their bridal portraits about one month before their wedding day. Christina cut it close with her shoot. She shot hers on wedding eve, the day before her wedding.
Faces aren’t always necessary in a good photograph of people. Sometimes, as in Chelsea’s case, it’s what that photo represents.
Mike and Anna live in Arlington, VA but that was never going to be where to they got married. Anna always knew her wedding would be in Emerald Isle, NC.
How do you know that a guy is truly interested in a girl? He ignores March Madness and pays attention to her instead.
Kevin knows how to create a surprise. He managed to pull off a big, explosive one at the end of his wedding to Rebecca.
Jessica says that she’s “a country girl at heart.” That made Poplar Grove Plantation, with their barn and animals, a perfect venue for her bridal portrait.
Forgoing a large wedding doesn’t mean that you also have to forgo good wedding pictures. Mark and Casey did without all of the hoopla but still got the quality photos that were important to them.
Chris and Brittney, both special education teachers, originally met in Wilmington before graduating and moving to Denver, CO. The Port City drew them back to Eastern North Carolina when it was time for their wedding.