There are amazing coincidences in the world. Alana and Diego’s dating anniversary was the same date as the eclipse so they came with the crazy idea to go to Charleston and elope. This is the story of how they got married; and we were lucky enough to be a part of this magnificent day.

A few words about the couple – they were just brilliant, active and positive. Charleston wedding photography started in 2 p.m.; it was a sunny, hot day. Alana and Diego were perfectly dressed for the weather and smiled brighter than the sun.

The wedding was held in White point garden. This place is known for different kinds of its locations. We managed to shoot near the water, in the park and the old part of the city – Downtown. Alana and Diego were so enthusiastic, thus I had to hurry to keep up with them.

If you have never been in Downtown you definitely should. Its mother lode of historic architecture and museums, as well as cultural, entertainment and sporting events, makes it a great place to turn your wedding into a mini-vacation. Downtown wedding photography is always worth to shoot it.

Their little, charming daughter Сlara also participated in the photo session. The girl is very sweet and nice, so working with her was real pleasure and exciting experience. All photos of the family are full of light emotions and care for each other.

We also shot a video from the wedding. Being able to look at ourselves in a few years is just incredible opportunity, isn’t it? So, we did everything we could to make Alana and Diego really enjoy this moment.

Taking photos for this couple was a big joy. We were also pleased to know that Alana and Diego are happy with the work of our wedding and engagement photographer. Here you can see the review they have sent us “The location was perfect. Dennis and his team are truly knowledgeable and came up with great ideas and locations. Thank you, guys.

Thank you, Alana and Diego, for this day!

    Dennis Aliaksandrou: The Charleston Wedding Photographer

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    Dennis A. / Lead Photographer