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We knew right away how awesome Amanda + Brandon were when we met them. We knew even more after their engagement session when we heard them talk about how much they loved each other!
With a gorgeous design which included the perfect colors, Peacock feathers, a Coffee Bar it was a perfect setting that all of their family and friend enjoyed! And we especially loved the custom job that Amanda did with the design on her dress!
12-13-14 was a great day to remember! Check out some of our favorites from the Wedding Day! Make sure to leave them an extra special comment below!
Venue: Upcountry History Museum
DJ: Gvegas DJ
Officiant: The Wedding Lady ~ Danielle M Baker
We hope you enjoyed the work of the best Greenville SC Wedding Photographers and Columbia SC Wedding Photographers. This is truly Greenville and Columbia Wedding Photography at its best!
FamZing Photography & Video is a team of national award winning Photographers and is one of the most sought after studios in South Carolina! With our main offices in Greenville, SC we can service Wedding Photography coverage for but not limited to Greenville, Simpsonville, Anderson, Asheville, Charlotte, Atlanta and destinations worldwide.
We were also chosen as the top Wedding Photographer by David's Bridal and are the exclusive Wedding Photographers for the David's Bridal in Greenville!
With doing Wedding Photography for over 15 years, and with over 800 Weddings, we are the Wedding Professionals when it comes to your big day!
Don't take our word for it, check out all of our reviews on Wedding Wire, or visit the websites of the top venues in the Upstate to see us on the preferred Wedding Photography Lists. (Old Cigar Warehouse, Zen, Events at Sapphire Creek, The Loom, Gassaway Mansion, The Westin Poinsett, The Bleckley Inn, Hyatt Regency, Hilton Greenville, Upcountry History Museum, and so many more!)