On Thursday, Diana became an alumna of Clemson’s engineering school. On Saturday, she became Andrew’s wife. I did this Clemson couple’s engagement photos on a cold January day in Clemson. Here are their wedding pictures from a 90-something degree clear day in May!
The wedding ceremony took place in the Fort Mill church Diana grew up in and a priest from Andrew’s church delivered the sermon. Diana wore the same veil that her mother and her mother’s sisters all wore on their wedding days, except Diana added a pretty gold headband to it. And how beautiful are these rings? Diana’s yellow-gold rings look so pretty together! Diana’s favorite color is gray, so her bridesmaids wore gray, but most of Diana’s accessories were gold and there were hints of blue in their bouquets, with Diana’s rosary wrapped around the bridal bouquet.
After the ceremony, we found a shaded area by a pond near the church for bride and groom portraits, then crossed the border of the Carolinas to Diana’s aunt’s house in Charlotte for the reception. Diana and Andrew love the movie Up, so “adventure” was a common theme throughout the reception. They had a few single-tier cakes from All In, a coffee shop in Clemson where everything tastes amazing, including their cakes. After a night of line dancing and partner dancing in the backyard, Diana and Andrew walked through a tunnel of their family and friends blowing bubbles that came from champagne bottle-shaped bubble containers, which I thought was adorable, before heading to Asheville for their first adventure as husband and wife.
Enjoy the photos of this beautiful celebration of love between two sweet people!
Ceremony venue: St. Phillip Neri Catholic Church, Fort Mill, SC
Reception Venue: Private residence, Charlotte, NC
Photographer: Christine Scott Photography
Florist: Fresh Blossom
Catering: Famous Toastery of Dilworth