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Erica | Lowndes Grove Bridal Portrait

I love Lowndes Grove. I married my husband on this lawn by the Ashley River in 1999. President Teddy Roosevelt visited during the six-month world’s fair, or Charleston Exposition, which covered the Hampton Park area back in early 1902. Like many Lowcountry spots, it is both breathtaking and historic, making it the perfect place to put on a gown and twirl about like you own the place. Erica, who married Daniel at the Citadel Beach House last month, did just that.

Beautiful Charleston bride soaks up the sun at her Lowndes Grove portrait session.

Elegant bridal portrait at Lowndes Grove Plantation by

Lowndes Grove bridal portrait on the pier leading to the Ashley River.

Bride strikes a pose on the lush lawn of a Lowcountry plantation. Portraiture by Jennifer Hudson Smith

Like a nautilus. Spiral staircase leads to a Lowcountry bride at Lowndes Grove. Portrait by Carolina Photosmith.

Timeless, elegant Charleston bridal portraiture by Carolina Photosmith.
Glorious windows, tiled entry, perfect light on a steamy summer day. Charleston wedding photographer Carolina Photosmith.

Columns and shutters frame Erica for her bridal portraits at Lowndes Grove

vTimeless black and white bridal portraiture at Lowndes Grove by

Historic Charleston interior is perfect backdrop for bridal portrait by Jennifer H. Smith of Carolina Photosmith.

Isn’t Erica stunning? I hope you’ll recommend this post to share it with future brides. For more, follow me via the social media buttons below. Contact me to find out more about my wedding photography or to book a portrait session.


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