We are proud to introduce you to our new blog series, Photographer Feature of the Week! For the next few weeks, we will be profiling some of the fabulous photographers we have worked with and have had the pleasure of knowing! These lovely individuals will also be linked down below so you can get in contact with them for your next event; they would love to hear from you!
After a brief blogging intermission, we would like to introduce you to Finn Lively Photography, formally known as Corrine Kensington Photography!
Finn Lively Photography was founded by Corinne as Corinne Kensington Photography and is located in Charlottesville, VA. She also services Washington, DC, Maryland, North Carolina, and South Carolina. "Finn" was a nickname given to Corinne by her father which she has decided to use to broadcast her business.
Corrine, or Finn, is from the Midwest but has made the East Coast her home (we can't blame her!) She loves music, The Walking Dead, and her Basset hound, Daisy Lou. Finn also demonstrates her great passion for photography and getting to know her clients! Feel free to reach out to her for a cup of coffee or a drink; she'd love to meet you!
We are steadily working through our newest set of installments of Event Venue Highlights! For the next few posts, we will be featuring various, beautiful venues in the Charleston area that are perfect for your next event. These venues have been chosen for their uniqueness, appearance, and atmosphere and have great potential to create the amazing vision you have for your event. So, take a look through our next few posts to find your new favorite spot and, of course, Eventfully Yours would love to work with you at any of these locations and make your event absolutely incredible!
The Confederate Home, located on 62 Broad Street in Charleston, has a wide range of options available for any event imaginable. It was built circa 1800 and has been used for many major events of the Civil War. President Monroe is recorded to have been there and addressed the crowd below from the balcony.
The Court Room and Ante Chamber once held the Federal Court during the Civil War and Judge Magrath renounced his allegiance to the United States upon the secession of South Carolina. These rooms can be perfectly utilized for receptions, meetings, luncheons, rehearsal dinners, and much more. Capacity for the Court Room is 85 seated, 150 standing and the Ante Chamber holds 32 seated, 50 standing.