I think we can all agree that the ultimate no no at a wedding is overshadowing the bride. Let's be realistic though, that's pretty much impossible to do. After photographing 100's of weddings, we at Fusion have come to realize that the only individuals that can get away with breaking this unspoken rule are those that exude pure innocence, the kiddos. We have been doing a little reminiscing over here and after going through some of our past weddings we couldn't resist showcasing the adorable flower girls and ring bearers that have graced our lens. The sweetness is pretty irresistible.
What better way to unwind after a grueling and stress-induced all-day wedding than running through the grass at the Reception at Carrigan Farms in Mooresville, NC - with bags of popcorn?
Yes, darling, I would be happy to chaperone you to the dance at Swan Manor in Atlanta GA.
"Wait what are you doing, let me see, let me see, oooh how pretty" as the bride steps into her dress at Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyard.
"Listen up little cuz, this is how we are gonna do this, you talk to the one on the left, I will approach the one on the right" at Rosewood on Country Club Drive in Lancaster, SC.
Receptions always guarantee us the opportunity to grab great candids, especially of children. What we love most about these types of images is how genuine they are; it is as though the camera allows us the chance to witness a child's true essence. Receptions usually elicit those moments of sheer joy that cross their sweet faces and we get to capture it! Oh, the innocence.
The flower girls can always be counted on for just letting it loose on the dance floor Ballantyne Country Club in Charlotte NC
If anyone is going to steal the lime light from a beautiful bride, it should be the sweet faces of the little ones. No one else can achieve it with such
grace and purity at Brakefield on the Riverwalk in Rock Hill SC.
"Listen up, family formals are fine, kids, but I want a cameo BY MYSELF" at Buffalo Creek Winery