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Bailey | Legare-Waring House Bridal Session

Bailey and Brian recently married at Founders Hall on a perfect autumn day. A few weeks prior to the wedding, Bailey and I met at the Legare-Waring House, also at Charlestowne Landing, and wandered from room to perfect room shooting some portraits. I highly recommend brides opt for a bridal portrait session for several reasons: it’s the perfect time to give your hair and makeup a run-through, a leisurely session enables brides to relax and soak up the it’s-almost-time bliss, and you can add some portraits to the album even if you aren’t planning on displaying one at the reception. Best of all, the dress rehearsal gives you another reason to revel in your success having found the perfect gown. And I have known a few brides to make changes to their bouquet, jewelry or makeup after seeing the portraits. Practice makes perfect!

I think you’ll agree that Bailey didn’t need much practice though. Lovely!

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