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Heidi and Kurt, Thompson Farm wedding. May 3, 2015

This was the first time One Life photography was shooting a wedding at the Thompson Farm in Conway. I was very grateful for the chance because I always love to challenge myself with new locations and the great new photo opportunities that it offers.

The place is definitely filled with country charm as Thompson farm is an actual farm and you always hear and see different animals on the property. The ceremony was held under the biggest oak tree out there, and the weather on that day was absolutely gorgeous. The reception followed at the Bucksville Hall, the decor of it is all made from natural wood that screams of the south, mason jars, sweet tea, and more… The wedding was inspirational in many ways, with so much of the decoration being DIY it really did show the heart and soul of the couple.

We finally had a nice and clear day at the Thompson Farm, the weather had been driving me nuts lately to be honest. So I was super exited to get out and get some shots, with so many little details, like old signs, tractors and other authentic items, I was almost to excited to decide where to start. Really awesome looking rustic barns, horses, landscape, it was amazing! Bucksville Hall decorated with string lights, seriously there was probably a couple thousand lights altogether, it truly made Thompson farm look awesome during the night. Heidi and Kurt chose not to do the first look on their day, so I have found an awesome corner of the building where I placed them without actually being able to see each other. It definitely made a super cute photo. I really loved the signs leading to the ceremony site, they were pretty much telling the love story of this beautiful couple, and all the guests saw them on the way to the ceremony.

When the reception started it was definitely a party, with the whole bunch of people graduates of USC, they were singing their schools songs, doing really cool line dances and drinking good beer.

Enjoy a few of my favorite moments from this beautiful Thompson farm wedding.

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Thanks to all the wonderful vendors who made this day possible:

Venue: Bucksville Hall at Thompson Farm

Music: DJ Butch Barnes

Wedding coordinator: Heather

Catering: Big D’s barbecue

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The bride and groom at the entryway to the main hallDress hanging at the Thompson Farm in Conway.The bride getting her hair done and getting her dress onMother daughter moment on a wedding day.Bride receiving a bracelet and a letterLots of DIY details on a wedding day at the Bucksville hallA trail of signs telling their storyDIY photo booth funAmazing natural backdrop for the ceremonyGorgeous shot of the wedding ringsOld Jack Daniel's kegsThe groom posing at the buildings edgeThe Groomsmen and the Groom showing of his superman socksBeautiful country brideBride and groom touching each others hands without seeing each other before the ceremonyBride with her bouquet Bridal portrait by Myrtle beach photographerThe bride walking the yard near where the ceremony will be heldMother and daughter hug, and bride and the bridesmaidsThe bride and bridesmaids having some funGiant oak tree as a centerpiece of the ceremony site Father walking his daughter Heidi down the isle Wine box wedding ceremonyBride and groom exchanging vowsYou may kiss the brideWith the ceremony over, they walk back down the aisleBride and groom with their jerseysBride with the groomsmen, Groom with the bridesmaidsFields are made for kissingThe wedding party in the feildBride and groom in the field and under the oakPortrait of bride and groom at the Thompson Farm in Conway south carolinaThe happy couple surrounded by the treesKissing in the clearingBride and groom outside the main hallBride and groom holding each other outside the antique buildings Bride, groom and an antique truckQuiet moment for the bride and groom outside the venueEntering the reception to the applause of friends and familyFirst dance of the bride and groomSweat tea and funny strawsCustom made mason jars with couples names on themGroom dances with his motherthe Bride dances with her fatherTime to cut the cake and have a little tasteLets get this party started! Dances, drinks and a DJ.A great big kiss under the archway of sparklers held high by family and friendsPhotography with sparklers



  1. Carole Carpenter Wilson says:

    You are such a talented wedding photographer. These are beautiful pictures and you captured the glowing love between these two adorable people.

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