Franzi and Martin seamlessly blend fine art, fashion, and photojournalism to capture every moment of your special day

Electrifying Wedding celebration at the Cedar Room

Charleston Wedding

An extra level of excitement

Katlyn and Dixon’s January wedding celebration at the Cedar Room in Charleston was truly electrifying. The atmosphere was filled with excitement and joy as the fabulous band, Steel Toe Stiletto, rocked the stage, entertaining everyone with their incredible music. What made this celebration even more special was the couple’s ability to keep the party going and ensure that all their guests had an amazing time.

Speaking of the guests, they were a sight to behold. From the youngest to the oldest, everyone showcased their dancing skills and stamina on the spacious dance floor. It was heartwarming to see people of all ages come together and have the time of their lives. The energy in the room was palpable, and it was impossible not to get caught up in the excitement.

The Cedar Room in Charleston proved to be the perfect venue

As a wedding photographers, we felt incredibly fortunate to be a part of this electrifying celebration. Capturing all those exciting moments on camera was a joy, and I could feel the love and happiness radiating throughout the room. The Cedar Room provided the perfect backdrop for such a memorable event.

It’s no secret that we love working at the Cedar Room. Its versatility allows couples to personalize their wedding celebrations according to their unique style and vision. The high ceiling, the industrial look and the giant windows provide the perfect basis for every celebration.

Katlyn and Dixon’s wedding was no different. It was a joy to be a part of this celebration and capture all those exciting moments.

To all the fellow wedding vendors – Thank you so much for being a part of this wedding day! We loved working with you. We sincerely appreciate everyone involved and all the effort put in to make this day special.

Franzi Annika Photography | Charleston Wedding Photographers