We had such a great time shooting Jean and Zach’s engagement session when they were in town. While I finish processing their images I wanted to post a quick sneak peek of what we shot and what’s to come. We started on the steps of the Dock Street Theater to the road in front of St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church, the on to Philadelphia Alley and ended on the Pitt Street Bridge for the sunset before they had to head back to Dewees Island. I love being a wedding photographer. Even more, I love being a Charleston wedding photographer.
Adrienne & Drew – Gary and I had a blast capturing your engagement portraits. We are so glad that you wanted to go to Folly Beach. I have to say, it was so cool learn your story of where you first met on the bench outside of what was then the Folly Beach Shrimp Company. The bench may be gone and it’s now an Irish Pub but the memories of that day will last forever. It was a perfect first stop. It was also great to meet Drew’s parents. Family is so important.
I can’t believe we were able to get to all of the locations we had hoped to cover: Downtown Folly, the pier, the beach and the sunset along the the marsh and on the beach down at the county park. And that sunset…. it was spectacular!!
So let me get back to work on your images as there is lots more for you to see. We are very much looking forward to your wedding day at the Francis Marion Hotel and working once again with Sara at Sara Cavallon Celebrations. Cheers, from the Rick Dean Photography team.
The perfect setting for an engagement session. The perfect couple for the setting. Sometimes it all comes together.
The Setting – The Stables at Boals Farm. An authentic, working horse farm situated on 32 acres just outside Charleston, South Carolina, and only 10 minutes from Mt. Pleasant.
The Couple – Nikki Reynolds & Casey Fulp. Along with their two dogs, Turbo and Riley.