Concord/Kannapolis Wedding Photographer creates incredible rooftop images

Last Saturday Karen, Lindsay and Mallory had the honor of photographing Kelly Young and Michael Harrison’s nuputels.  Karen considered this a huge honor because Michael’s mom is a fellow photographer and of all the photographers in the area they chose Karen to capture their beautiful memories!

Karen and her team started the day photographing in uptown Charlotte at the Dunbill Hotel with the ladies.  What an awesome way to begin the day!  This area is full of classic vintage surroundings which made a perfect backdrop for the bride and her bridesmaids.

Karen and her Irresistible Portraits team had so much fun photographing the bride and her bridal party on the streets of uptown.

Karen made sure to take advantage of every photographic opportunity that was around her!

Kelly and Michael’s ceremony and reception were held at the Roof With A View venue.

As you can see the “Roof with a View” has quite the view which made for a perfect backdrop to the perfect day.  A great time was had by all!!

Congratulations Kelly and Michael Harrison!! We wish you many years of wedded bliss!



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  1. Beautiful images!!!


  2. I am so glad that Sandy chose you! What an honor and what great pictures of her son! I know she is a proud Mama and Dad is probably pretty proud too!


  3. There are many more images to come!!!!


  4. Karen, Lindsay & Mallory did a great job. These pictures are amazing and you were an excellent team to have on Kelly and Michael’s important day. Thank you for capturing a special day for all! -Tiffany


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