MaryBeth and Michael are my newest best friends! With all the communication back and forth, MaryBeth and I seem like we know each other fairly well! And, Michael and I have tons of things in common like playing guitar, hiking, music, and flying; it’s actually pretty creepy LOL. It’s to really bad they live in Florida, I wish they were here in Charleston. MaryBeth and Michael’s wedding day began at the Society House on King Street where everyone was getting ready and preparing for the day at. They were having a small wedding, primarily just family and a few friends, therefore the day was pretty relaxed…which I enjoyed. MaryBeth and Michael decided to see each other before the ceremony, this way we could have tons of time to take photos downtown Charleston. After the “first look,” we walked around the historical district and captures tons of creative photos for the two of them. We then headed to Hampton Park where Doug Farmer performed a beautiful ceremony beneath an old oak tree. As the sun began to set, everyone headed over to McCrady’s restaurant for a wonderful, quiet, and intimate reception in McCrady’s “Historic Long Room”. We were served a unforgettable entrée and yummy dessert, which they were nice enough to allow me to enjoy. It wasn’t much longer till the night was concluding and things were wrapping up. MaryBeth and Michael made a celebration exit with sparkles, embarking on their new journey as husband and wife. Congratulations guys!