Category Archives: Deep Creek Lake

Apr

08

2022

Bri & Greg: Backyard Deep Creek Lake Wedding

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This wedding happened in November of 2020 and never got the blog recognition it deserved… Bri and Greg decided on a kids-only, backyard, by-the-lake weekday wedding. I was only with them for a couple of hours but really got to know them and their special kiddos…because it was just us. (Plus my good friend Elizabeth, Continue Reading

Mar

31

2022

Why Consider A Deep Creek Wedding

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Well I’ll tell you why! Because it’s just plain lovely here…in our mountains and at our lake. For those of you who don’t know Deep Creek, let me take you on a little journey… You’re driving down a major highway, maybe the Ohio-Pennsylvania turnpike, maybe 95 near Washington DC or Richmond, or maybe 68 and Continue Reading

Apr

20

2021

Get Married In A Greenhouse!

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Friends! Who wants to get married in a greenhouse!? Surrounded by greenery and colorful flowers, under the arch of the greenhouse roof with a bit of sunshine coming in…it’s springtime, there’s warmth. It’s the perfect setting for a small wedding or elopement! Quite a magically unique scene for a small wedding or elopement, if you Continue Reading

Mar

30

2021

Amy & Phil: A Fall Deep Creek Lake Wedding

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Welcome to Amy and Phil’s fabulous fall Deep Creek Lake wedding, friends! I can’t believe I didn’t blog this one sooner because it was a beaut! Amy spent months planning this affair and deserves so many high fives for the effort that went into it. She had a vision and was so very determined…maybe one Continue Reading

Feb

18

2021

Lina & Derrick: A Winter Deep Creek Lake Wedding

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I just shared this picture from Lina and Derrick’s Deep Creek Lake wedding on Instagram with the caption below: I wish everyone could have experienced this wedding. 8 people, 1 dog, 2-3 feet of snow surrounding the house, 24 degrees outside, and a frozen lake to walk on. To put it simply, one of the Continue Reading

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