Cheyenne’s sweet sister, Brandy, reached out to me when they were looking for a photographer for Cheyenne’s wedding. I connected with her instantly, and fell in love with the two of them when we met up for coffee at Starbucks. I always wished I had a sister to take on life with, so it made my heart melt to see how close they were.
Cheyenne wanted “rustic” for her engagement session, and I think we pulled it off perfectly! If you’ve never been, you’d never know all this beauty is lingering in the middle of Lexington! Cheyenne and Liam showed up at the Lexington County Museum dressed to a T and were so, so, so fun to photograph. I absolutely can not WAIT until their wedding. Enjoy my favorites from their engagement session!
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[…] Y’all!! If you’re seeing this post that means Cheyenne has already walked down the aisle at the Springdale House & Gardens and is officially MRS. SMITH!!!! I am so excited for her and Liam and can’t WAIT to share their wedding photos with you!! Did you miss their gorgeous engagement photos? They are some of my favorite engagement photos EVER. Check them out here. […]
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