Tag Archives: engagement photography

Kathy and Tim Go to Iceland Day 1- Iceland

We apologize for nothing! There is a lot of pictures and there will be a lot of pictures because, well, we went to Iceland! This first day is part of the Golden Circle. We were all jet lagged and tired, and it was a cold rainy day but that didn’t stop us. #WHENINICELAND you shoot…

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Kayla & Jeremy’s Engagement Session- Goat Farm, Atlanta GA

Kayla and Jeremy are a perfect example of two people owning up to their own awesomeness and living it loud… we met Kayla through her being a sales rep for The Unknown Brewing Co. in Charlotte, NC (which is one of our Plaid Penguin clients, in addition to being a purveyor of good beers). She…

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Joe and Sarah’s Surprise Engagement – Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Belmont NC

So……… Joe booked a “family photo” session at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden on December 26th. Sarah thought this was happening: Just some family photos and a few of them being really cute. ***FUN FACT*** There is a “Will You Marry Me?” sign hanging in the spot that Joe had requested to shoot in. The sign…

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Andrew & Alyssa’s Afternoon Engagement – Charlotte NC

If you’re around Charlotte a lot, you might recognize this gal. Yep. She is THE Chef Alyssa, and she’s getting married to her partner in crime, Andrew!! We spent the afternoon shooting their beautiful engagement session (at a place that was very near and dear to Alyssa’s heart), and all around having a blast. If…

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A Carolina Renaissance Festival Engagement -Charlotte NC- {Grace and Jeff}

Yup. We went to the CRF (Carolina Renaissance Festival) and did an engagement session there. It was fun! If you have ever been, then you know the air is filled with smells of bread bowls, turkey legs, candied nuts, and fall. It’s also where you can see our good friend Twig the Fairy. Often when…

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