Adventurous Day-After Session in the mountains of Craggy Gardens – Blue ridge parkway, Asheville, NC

Courtney was concerned she “wouldn’t be as beautiful as the other brides in our galleries” – that she would get her photographs back and only focus on the parts of herself she doesn’t like. You see Courtney has been following our work for over 10 years! She loved how we photographed others, and told us […]

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Intimate Micro Wedding at an AIRBNB in the Mountains of North Carolina

Courtney and Josh’s vision for their day was An elopement style/micro wedding. “Where EVERY single detail was a deliberate choice that sparked joy, love and connection.” Why did you choose your venue? We wanted a secluded home to stay in that would accommodate our close friends and family. We also wanted to be Wed outdoors […]

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Given the situation with Covid 19, should we still book our vendors 11-12 months out?”

Life is what you make it My moms favorite quote and something I hear constantly in my head. I’m so thankful she drilled it in all those times as a kid when id say,’ I’m bored, this isn’t fun, etc.’ Her response: ” life is what you make of it. It’s up to you to […]

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Charlotte Virtual Wedding Show

If COVID-19 has taught us anything…it is that we all still need to feel a little ‘normalcy’ and joy. Last week–our entire team came together (along with 19 of Charlotte’s best wedding vendors) and brought Charlotte engaged couples a chance to feel connected, celebrate and be a resource to help them plan their wedding. (In […]

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Backyard boho intimate wedding in Savannah Georgia photographed by Charlotte Wedding Photographers

When you know, you know. That was certainly the case for both Brei and Chase. They were reunited after high school and sparks flew. They both feel right at home with each of their in laws and love how much they both value family and their relationship with God. Being a designer herself, Brei was […]

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Top Charlotte Wedding Photographers give tips on how to make your wedding meaningful – Part 2. First Look

Make your wedding meaningful! part 2 Do a “First look” with your fiance. So what is a first look? Why should I do one? How can a first look make my wedding more meaningful? Will it take away from the ceremony? In today’s episode of “Make your wedding meaningful”, Elly answers all of these questions with the […]

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Romantic Night Wedding at the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte, NC

Sofia and Josh chose to have a night ceremony and reception in February this year. They wanted their wedding to be chic, modern and memorable, the Mint Museum Uptown provided the perfect vibe and environment. Crystal with Fabulously Created Events executed their vision perfectly. “This wedding was our gift to each other. A testimony of […]

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Top Charlotte Wedding Photographers give tips on how to make your wedding meaningful

Make your wedding meaningful! part 1 Schedule small breaks throughout your wedding day. We often hear my wedding was a blur (side note: one reason documentation is so important – hello photography!). One reason we believe this happens is because our clients try to cram as much as possible into a small amount of time! […]

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New Years Eve Night Wedding at Founders Hall NC

New Years Eve Wedding at Founders Hall in Charlotte, NC

Class and glamour from ceremony to dinner time. And then the best party ever. Deirdre and Christopher choose to celebrate their wedding on New Years Eve, bringing in the new decade with the people they love most. It was very important to them that everyone have an awesome time. This is one of the reasons […]

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brawley estate outdoor wedding mooresvillle NC

Nicole and Phillip: Family focused Brawley Estate Wedding, Mooresville NC

They are more “lighthearted and fun than serious and romantic”. Above all else–they wanted their Brawley Estate wedding day to fun and a celebration of family and friends as they start their life together. (after years of long distance!) Personal, special touches made the day about more than ‘pretty things’ (though they were all pretty) […]

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