Fashionably fresh, deliciously vibrant, and oh so lovely, images from Whitebox Photo are like sunshine on a cloudy day. Sara, the photographer, is as comfortable photographing loveshoots for two in North Carolina as she is covering luxury weddings at exclusive locations around the world. Whitebox Photo offers all the classic, gorgeous images you and your family are counting on, plus a ton of fun and out of the box photos you’d never expect. Contact Maureen, the studio manger, to book Whitebox to snap spectacular images of you while you’re having the time of your life on your big day. Peace + Love + Pictures
Name(s): Sara Brennan-Harrell (owner and photographer) and Maureen Aikins (studio manager)
Where you call home: Madison, NC
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: We’ve been published in Southern Weddings Magazine, The Knot, Weddings Unveiled, Style Me Pretty, Junebug Weddings, Luxe Mountain Weddings Magazine, Elizabeth Anne Designs, The Bride’s Cafe, Charlotte Wedding Magazine, Rock n’ Roll Bride, Frosted Petticoat, and Our State Magazine. We were also the featured photographer for Design Aglow and NAPCP.
Location/coverage: We are based in the Triad area of NC, but are available for travel worldwide.
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? Bow ties and banjos. Southern weddings have the best style, music, and oh yeah, the best food!
Favorite part of a wedding day? The first look.
Best piece of advice you can give to brides and grooms? Work with your photographer and wedding planner to come up with a great timeline. Creating a good timeline allows plenty of time to enjoy each moment of your big day and minimizes any stress!
Dream travel destination? Anywhere that has a quaint hut on stilts over clear blue water.
Favorite Southern city? Asheville, NC
Early bird or night owl? My rooster starts crowing at the crack of dawn. I love country living!
Pie bar or red velvet cake? Both!
Pottery Barn or Anthropologie? Both! I need to decorate my house and look good while I do it!
Succulents or peonies? For a modern look (which I love), I would go with succulents, but my traditional Southern girl heart has a sweet spot for peonies!