Deep Roots with Kara & Taylor
March 22, 2016 • Leave a Comment
These two urbanites traveled from their home in New York City to celebrate their recent engagement within the confines of their family's rich heritage. Capturing Kara & Taylor's sweet love nearly blew me away alongside the old rustic warehouse in the heart of Fuquay-Varina. Built in 1933, this building was constructed ground-up by the tough hands & full heart of the groom's great grandfather, GW Adcock. Just as his did, we're sure their roots will continue to grow deeper as they become one in marriage. We can't wait to capture more of their beaming love for one another as they approach their nuptials this fall.
The Claddagh Ring that Kara is wearing on her right ring finger was originated in the small fishing village of the same name in Galway, Ireland. The ring features a heart held by two hands with a crown on top & is worn to display your relationship status depending on it's position on your hand.
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