The first time I met Ann Marie, I knew I was in for a treat with her wedding. When I talked to her about her bridal and engagement sessions, I knew this was going to be fun.
We went to Litchfield Plantation for her bridal session (also the location of the reception) And traveled to Greenville for their engagement session. This was one of those times where I was allowed to just have fun. And Nathan was great to put up with me and my ideas. I had them kissing and hugging and dancing on every corner and in the street with cars going by and people stopping and staring, wondering who this famous couple was being followed around by a photographer.
From day one, I knew I was going to be working hard, and enjoying every minute of it. I also knew I had to be on my toes and ready for anything, because she is a lot of wonderful things, but predictable is not one of them!
And here it is Monday morning and my muscles are still sore form my 14 hours of work with Ann Marie and Nathan. But it is well worth it. I had so much fun with them all. Although, I must admit, that the girls, being Carolina fans:), were much more fun and entertaining to work with than the guys, who were Clemson fans;/. The guys were a great group, except for that whole Clemson thing. Ann Marie had an idea in her mind for her wedding, and I would be amazed if the day didn’t turn out better than even she could have expected.
From the time I got to the house where the girls were enjoying their brunch, to the guys racing at the NASCAR experience, to the wedding and reception (with the Blue Dogs) I had a great time. I didn’t realize how much fun I had until I lay down in bed to go to sleep. I WAS TIRED!!!
Well, this show is a little longer than usual, so be patient as it loads. And thank you to the Blue Dogs for allowing me to use their music. Check them out (www.bluedogs.com).
Ann Marie and Nathan, thank you again for letting me be a part of your wedding day!