Wedding Photography in the Columbia, SC Area
At Jack’s Wedding Photography we only do engagements, small intimate weddings, or elopements. We do not do really big weddings where you need a photographer for the whole day. We tell you that up front. A photographer that tells you they do “everything” might not be a good fit for you. We try to keep the cost down for the client and smaller events allow us to really get some exceptional portraits of the couple. We also can provide a video of the wedding ceremony.
Columbia is a city of great skylines alongside the deep green hues of the Broad River, Columbia is a city that is a wedding photographer’s dream come true. Columbia is a city steeped in history, all the while keeping pace with the modern innovations of today. Columbia has a layered personality reflected in the city’s social and cultural expression. It is a duality that makes for a great composition that can be captured by a photographer.
The city of Columbia is also rich in the art scene, with more and more artists coming to the city and more small galleries opening up. There is so much to do and see here! From the gorgeous Columbia Museum of Art to the Trustus Theatre, to the artsy cafes and coffee shops, Columbia never disappoints in terms of picture-perfect settings for you to announce your love. If you want this stunning city to play a part in your engagement photos, we have just the perfect locations for you to explore.
Top Columbia Engagement Photography Locations
South Carolina Governor’s Mansion is filled with a lot of hidden grottos to grace your engagement photography. From centuries old architectural structures to sprawling green spaces, the grounds are more than just a park. It is a fairytale secret garden of its own and a very photo-friendly one at that. The grounds of the Mansion encompasses nine acres of land in the heart of the historic district of Columbia. Two other houses, The Lace House and The Caldwell-Boylston House, are located on the grounds.
Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park has many scenic spots along the Broad River. Antique iron bridge, the Pump House, and river terrace are all photo friendly locations.