ASHEVILLE ADVENTURE SESSION | CRAGGY GARDENS, NC | SPENCER & ALICE

We couldn’t be more excited to introduce these two beautiful people!
Meet, Spencer & Alice!!
We first spoke with them via FaceTime. And when they shared the story of how they actually came to connect with our work, we were blown away. The short version: Alice was telling a co-worker that she was looking into “this photography duo” (it was us!) and was thinking about using them for her upcoming wedding day. The co-worker then proceeded to chime in about “the wonderful couple who photographed their brother’s wedding a couple months back!” He told her to “check out The Stewarts Roam Photography!” (Ahhhhh, that’s us!) Alice couldn’t believe that she was already looking into the same photography duo that her co-worker was excitedly telling her all about and we couldn’t believe the hilarious coincidence either!
So, as you can see… it was simply written in the stars for us to work with these two and we definitely aren’t mad about it!

This past May, we ventured up to the gorgeous Craggy Gardens (a favorite spot of ours) and roamed all over the mountain top just in time for sunset. It’s not everyday you get spectacular golden sun flare like this, but it was a killer combo with Spencer & Alice’s beaming love.
We have been known to attract introverted souls who simply love the outdoors, going on adventures, and (most importantly) want nothing more than to be married to one another! Spencer & Alice are just that! They have the sweetest personalities and fit each other to a tee. We’re so excited that they chose the Asheville mountains for their photos and (in our opinion) they couldn’t have picked a better place. We enjoyed getting to spend a whole afternoon learning more about them and hearing all about their upcoming wedding plans.

Spencer & Alice, we can’t wait to see you guys again for your special day this October! You two were such a joy to photograph and we know your day with be just as sweet. See you both in a couple of months!!

XO,
Mark & Kelly

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