Debbie Elisa Photography

Kathy & Bob’s Morris Island Lighthouse Couples Session

July 29, 2022

Morris Island Lighthouse

During a family vacation for Kathy & Bob’s Morris Island Lighthouse Couples Session, I got the chance to drive down to Folly Beach with my sister in law’s grandparents and provide them with an amazing couples portrait session. It was a beautiful day, and we had a lot of fun playing in the water and sinking into the wet sand. We walked the long graffiti filled walkway to Morris Island Light House.

There we were able to splash our way around the area, taking in all of the life, and winds that the beach had to offer us. The light was perfect, and it made everything look even better than it already did (which is saying something). I came here two years ago (2020) to photograph a sweet young couple for their small, immediate family and close personal friends’ elopement ceremony. One of my favorite places to visit while in Charleston SC.

If you get those butterflies in your stomach every time you see your partner, that’s a good relationship! So is kissing all the time.

That’s what I love about older couples. They truly know how to keep it all together, through the good, the ugly, and the magnificent moments.

It can be tough to have alone time when you’re in a relationship, especially when you have rugrats running around causing pure mayhem (I have a few of these and OH BOY). These two have figured out how to make it work for themselves! It’s important to remember that both people do need some time alone.

That means that the couple needs to take a break TOGETHER to remember what it was like enjoying each other. Being silly in love, and bringing back that romantic aspect that can easily be replaced with many other things.

If you want to be truly successful in love, put your all into it and let the rest fall into place!

Folly Beach Couples Portraits: If you want to be truly successful in love, put your all into it and let the rest fall into place! It’s no secret that when it comes to relationships, we are always looking for ways to make them better. The key is learning how to enjoy the journey along the way. I got some great advice from Nan & Pop Pop, on how they keep a relationship strong and thriving. Can’t mention some things. Communication, listening with intent, honestly, faithfulness, and a desire to be with your partner. These are the major things that helped to keep their relationship strong.

If you are looking for a romantic and fun beach session like Kathy & Bob’s Morris Island Lighthouse Couples Session, then this is your chance to make it happen. I visit Charleston 3-5 times per year. Reach out to me to see the next time I will be in Charleston and let’s schedule your portrait session.

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Looking for other kinds of adventures? How about a session at Shenandoah National Park in Virginia!

Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly Beach South Carolina, Couples Portraits
Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly Beach South Carolina, Couples Portraits
Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly Beach South Carolina, Couples Portraits
Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly Beach South Carolina, Couples Portraits
Couples Portrait Session at Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly beach SC
Couples Portrait Session at Morris Island Lighthouse, Folly beach SC

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Virginia Elopement & Wedding Photographer

Every soul is beautiful, every moment is timeless

Hey there, it's Debbie! As your Virginia Wedding & Elopement Photographer, I'm here to capture the most raw and authentic moments for couples in Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. through documentary-style images. If you're looking for a special, one-of-a-kind way to remember your wedding day, then my photojournalistic approach is the perfect way to immortalize your precious memories! With my eye for beautiful moments, I'm sure to turn your treasured day into timeless frames that will be enjoyed for years to come. 

“A thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people.” – Annie Leibovitz