Walkers Overlook Wedding Photos Frederick MD
It was my first time at Walker’s Overlook. I really love walking into a new space without any expectations. The drive up had a row of trees which parted at the end, showing a lovely large house, with a southern style wrap around porch, inviting you in. There were pinball machines, old cameras on shelves, and the entire setting fit the mood perfectly with Amanda and Luke. They’re amazing people and they have this incredible 1970s vibe. It’s in the details and in the way they move. Like they’re from some cool, groovier era.
They were married on a hillside, in front of a tree, near the house, on a sunny day. This is how we’ll remember it.
Lynchburg VA Wedding Photographers
This wedding I’m sharing because it’s just so special to me because I got to photograph family.
On a summer day, I got to watch my boyfriend, Sam, give away his sister on her wedding day at the Boonsboro Country Club in their hometown in Lynchburg Va. It was loving and inviting and full of laughs and picking the photos I wanted to share from this day was hard because I kept wanting to include every photo of laughter, every happy moment. And this is how the day went.
Cacapon Resort State Park Wedding Photos in West Virginia
Fun fact: I was born and raised in West Virginia. I only get inquiries for my home state every now and again, but when I have a chance to head to the hills to take photos, even if it’s house from where I grew up, I feel like I’m coming home. Alex and Julia were married at The Cacapon Resort State Park, which was new for me, but I felt at home just the same. It’s something about how the hills line the horizon so you get smaller skies. The feeling of walking on a moss covered forest floor with bits of light sprinkling through the trees.
They got ready in warm colored cabins, met up on the brink of the forest, were married surrounded by loved ones, and danced into the evening.
To blue skies, sunny days, and amazing state parks in my home state, West Virginia.