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The Emerald Hill Wedding Venue in Hiddenite, North Carolina was the location for Taylor and Scots wedding. Cloudy with a chance of rain, these two were calm and ready. The venue featured a barn for reception space, rolling farmland and bride and groom’s suite. I loved all the personal touches throughout the day. The bride […]

The Emerald Hill Wedding

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With a background in event management, often I find myself assuming the role as a photographer and event planner. Photographers want to work alongside of the vendor team you hand picked to ensure the most seamless day possible. As a photographer, our job is to capture all the moments throughout your day and never miss […]

Should I Hire A Wedding Planner?

Charlotte Wedding Planner - North Corner Haven & Seeded Event Design floral arrangement
dad holding newborn girls hand in heirloom dress with their puppy in the background

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I love when people share my name with their neighbor. It allows me the opportunity to meet new people and possibly become new friends. It’s the reason I do what I do, I love to meet new people! There is also nothing better than holding a newborn baby. It is truly a gift to be […]

Harper | Newborn Lifestyle

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Olivia & Josh graduated from Davidson College. They got married on July 26th in Nashville, TN at the groom’s parents backyard. It was a quant, outdoor wedding in Bellevue, TN. Olivia was our family babysitter for a few years while attending Davidson College. We called her Mary Poppins as she always showed up with a […]

Olivia & Josh | Nashville, TN Wedding

bride and groom standing under veil together
Julia & Carson

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High School Sweetheart ALERT! Julia and Carson met in Greenville, NC during high school. She asked Carson to the Sadie Hawkins Dance and have been together ever since. They attended East Carolina University, graduated, and then got engaged! It’s rare to find a couple that are high school sweethearts who continue to date through college […]

Julia & Carson – NC Museum of Art