Category Archives: weddings

May

12

2017

Wedding Color Inspiration

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I love color. Yellow, red, purple, blue, green, blush, magenta, teal, black and white. I love color! I don’t know exactly why, but I’m naturally drawn to things of color, lots of color…bright and bold colors, sometimes with patterns. If it’s polka dot and has every color of the rainbow included, I’m going to notice Continue Reading

May

02

2017

The Herrington Wedding: Kelcey and Joe

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

Kelcey and Joe’s summer wedding was my first visit to The Herrington in Oakland, MD. It’s a grand venue with a lot of unique charm and I was glad to finally get to explore! The inside and outside are both beautiful, offering various backdrops and event spaces. We were able to use all those backdrops and Continue Reading

Apr

24

2017

Ready For Wedding Season

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

    Am I ready for wedding season? Yep, I think I’m ready. For all the pretty and all my awesome couples (like the one below!) and all the unique venues and all the cake and all the love. Yeah, I think I’m ready. 🙂  And after Natalie and Derek’s lovely engagement session on Saturday Continue Reading

Apr

03

2017

Savage River Lodge Elopement: Perry & Stewart

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This was my first visit to Savage River Lodge. Take that back, it was my second visit, but this was the first time I actually got out of the car and explored (the first time I was just wasting time while Natalie napped and I needed to make the drive longer, ha!). And oh man, Continue Reading

Mar

29

2017

Sand Hill Berries Wedding: Kristin and Zach

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Kristin and Zach’s ceremony was my second visit to Sand Hill Berries for a wedding. The first time I visited was for a fall wedding that unfortunately got rained out. But not this time! Kristin and Zach’s June wedding day was filled with plenty of lush greens and sunshine, and finally, I was able to experience Continue Reading

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