David & Ashley – Engaged | North Greenville University |Glassy Mountain Chapel

I meet many couples every year, all different in their own little ways.  But all of them have one thing in common;  The undying love and respect they have for one another.  I find this love shines ever so brightly with David & Ashley in more ways than one.

I could tell when I met David & Ashley together (I didn’t meet David until their engagements) that they were a little shy, and that’s absolutely okay!  It’s not everyday you have a photographer pointing a camera in your face for over two hours telling you what to do, haha.  But after I started shooting and David & Ashley were more comfortable, I could see this sweet couple coming through and it helped me showcase how lovely the relationship they have with one another.

I had a wonderful time getting to know David & Ashley during  their engagements and will be shooting Ashley’s bridals next month!  Here are many of my favorites from their session 🙂

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They requested that we do their engagements at North Greenville University, since it was close to them and where Ashley went to college.  The first place we went into was this beautiful prayer chapel.  Once you walk in you see this beautiful waterfall and surrounding it are these small pews with prayers and testimonies written on paper.  It was such a gorgeous chapel inside and out.

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The other location they chose was Falls Park in Greenville, but due to the distance, they decided on Glassy Mountain.  Most who go up there know that you need clearance to get on the mountain and lucky for us, Ashley’s parents LIVE UP THERE.  Yes…lucky souls!  We got access to the Chapel, which is just amazing on it’s own.  I’m so happy that I was given the opportunity to photograph part of their engagements in there because that’s where David proposed to Ashley!  So amazingly sweet 🙂 JennMarie Photography - South Carolina Portrait & Wedding Photography - Engagements

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This is the view from the Chapel on Glassy Mountain, like….people actually live like this?  Every single day?  Talk about being jelly, haha.

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I’m so excited to further document David & Ashley’s journey of their upcoming marriage.  They are to be married in Spartanburg, SC on November 5th, 2016 🙂

 

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