Diana Deaver Weddings

Now that we have our beautiful new logo from Ravyn at Three Fifteen Design, our custom rubber stamp, our return address stamp, and our handmade cards, we decided to personalize the...

Diana Deaver Wedding Photography Branding Seasonal Promo

The Redesign Recently we decided Diana Deaver Weddings was in need of some branding work. After some searching we got in touch with Ravyn at Three Fifteen Design to have her design...

The branding continues! This time we took the round variation of our logo and had it made into a 2″ diameter custom rubber stamp at RubberStamps.net. While this stamp has a...

Branding Is More Than A Logo When we decided to update our wedding photography branding the main thing that we had in mind was our logo. But very soon after speaking...

charleston sparkler wedding photography by Diana Deaver

We shot a beautiful wedding on Friday at Dunes West. The ceremony was set beneath a large old oak tree backed by water wandering towards the setting sun in the distance....

Every wedding is special. Some for their incredible enthusiasm of the friends and family, some for the many intriguing details that the bride and groom choose and others for the incredible...

camelia garden bride and groom wedding portrait

I recently had the pleasure of photographing Jenny and Jason’s wedding at Magnilia Plantation…it so happened that it was in March and the camelia gardens were in full bloom! I love...

Mary Porter Bridal Fashion Ad by Diana Deaver

I wanted to share with you this ad from a bridal fashion shoot that I did for local bridal couture designer, Mary Porter. Look for it in the fall issue of...

Bride and groom portrait

Today I captured a small intimate wedding, in an absolutely gorgeous setting of an old Mount Pleasant home. The back yard had a large open space and the afternoon light brought...

Couple at the beach with seagulls

I wanted to share with you a quick preview of Stephen and Chantelle’s engagement session. We decided to go to Folly beach, since it is the more private of Charleston’s beaches. The approach...