Bringing the glamour to a North Carolina courthouse wedding

Smokin bride and groom
Photos by Red Bridge Photography

When your courthouse wedding has to be at 11 a.m., your photographer might be ridiculously excited for a gray, overcast day to tone down that overhead sun. Alisha and Brian braved North Carolina's November chill to pose for some dreamily romantic photos after they said their vows at Durham Courthouse.

I'm loving how breezy and comfortable these two look in all these great portraits. They're dressed to the nines for their intimate wedding (check out Alisha's spectacular coat!), and they've just got this aura of, "Yes, we know we're smokin' hot. You may appreciate."

Durham County Courthouse wedding

Lily bouquet

Smiling in the courthouse

Ceremony black-and-white

Saying their vows

Kissing in the courthouse

Wedding guest tears


The Judicial Department

Wedding day coat

Brick wall portrait

Forehead kisses

Brick in Durham

Tear drop necklace

He might be the one

Under the arch

Getting those cuffs right

Curly hair and lily bouquet

Rings and tattoos

Getting cozy

Silver wedding dress gold doors

Hollywood look


Mr and Mrs Right


Photographer: Red Bridge Photography Venue: Durham County Courthouse

This post was written based on information provided by the photographer. If there are any errors or omissions, please contact us.

  1. I love the groom's outfit! Looks fabulous, especially the patterned tie! I never get tired of smiley, sharp-looking grooms. 🙂

  2. Thanks guys! This was an amazing wedding and I loved everything about it! Sharply dressed couple and Downtown Durham, NC makes me a HAPPY photographer!

    • All the photos are so pretty! Could you please tell me where is that location with bricks in your photographs? That location looks so good!

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