Blog : Citadel Summerall Chapel Wedding Photography
On June 4th, Amy married Justin at the Summerall Chapel www.citadel.edu/chapel in Charleston, SC. Justin had graduated from the Citadel, so the Chapel held a special significance for him. They had a reception that followed at the Old Exchange Building www.oldexchange.org. What a gorgeous day planned by Sara at Southern Protocol www.southernprotocol.com. This was my first time that I have seen Whitney at Branch’s floral designs www.branchdesignstudio.com and I was impressed with her bold and fragrant flowers. It looked so pretty in the Reception hall at the Old Exchange that it moved Amy’s mom to tears. The cake table and the mantle of flowers around it was especially beautiful www.wildflourpastrycharleston.com. Congrats to Amy and Justin!
On Saturday July 17, 2010 Lindsay and Bryan were married at the Citadel’s Summerall Chapel. A reception followed at the Carolina Yacht Club. What a pretty day that started with roses for Lindsay and a note from Bryan that was so sweet (see below.) The skies threatened to rain, but held out for us and made some cool clouds over the Citadel. Ever since I first met with Lindsay and Bryan, they were most excited about their band- The Mighty Kicks. After hearing and watching them jam, I can see why. Those guys were awesome! The lead singer even jumped into a split on the stage! We had some time in between the ceremony and the reception to stop and take pictures at the Battery. The groomsmen were cracking me up playing “secret service” guys. Emily caught a great shot of one of them as we were about to all get in the limo. Lindsay and Bryan left under a sparkler send-off into a waiting pedicab– LOVED IT! Cheers to Lindsay and Bryan!
Emily’s shot of the “Secret Service” Groomsmen