I recently had the opportunity to capture this beautiful couple, Drew and Adam, for their Historic downtown Charleston spring engagement session! We had the most wonderful time and were blessed with a lovely spring day! These high school sweethearts met in class during their freshman year! It is easy to see after being around them for one day that they are definitely made for each other!
Historic Downtown Charleston Spring Engagement
They were so sweet together and their love for each other was evident! As we strolled through historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina we visited many iconic spots, including rainbow row, which is a row of historic homes painted in various pastel-colors. We also strolled down the charming cobblestone streets, and were even photobombed by a horse carriage as Drew and Adam kissed in a street of downtown Charleston! As we explored the downtown area, everyone kept congratulating the couple! It was so sweet!
I also LOVED the dresses Drew chose! They were perfect for the session! Her white dress provided a classic, romantic look as the couple walked around downtown and through a garden area where we captured a few shots along a path lined with trees. Her second dress, a long blue patterned dress, was a fun, flowy dress that looked amazing on her!
The couple got engaged on Daniel Island in Charleston, where they were supposed to be meeting Adam’s parents for dinner at Kings Tide. They conveniently arrived early and he suggested they go walk along the trails. Once they started walking, he proposed!
Drew and Adam thank you so much for trusting me to capture your beautiful spring engagement. I can’t wait to see you both again and photograph your winter wedding at Lowndes Grove!
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Here are more beautiful engagements and moments on the blog:
Folly Beach Engagement Session
Downtown Historic Charleston, SC Engagement Session
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens Proposal
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