Category Archives: Wedding

These two are near and dear to my heart. Andrew and I met because our parents became great friends almost 15 years ago. Many years of cook-outs, family vacations, summers off of school, late night games of mahjongg, and now we are practically siblings. I absolutely love these two and let’s not forget about their […]

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I have the incredible honor of having Kim & Mike’s gorgeous Pippin Hill wedding featured in Southern Weddings last month! It was so much fun to relive the day and read Kim’s awesome interview. If you missed the full feature you can check it out by clicking here. The full blog post about their wedding […]

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“Oh, magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together!” -Psalm 34:3 Ceremony The Haven | Reception Blenheim Vineyards | Dress & Accessories BHLDN | Flowers by Whimsical Floral Design | Hair by Brianna B Adams | Makeup by Emily Gordon at The Spot Beauty Shop | Calligraphy & Invitation Suite by BELOVED Paper | […]

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Aden & Steve’s Hunt Country Wedding at The Goodstone Inn was simply gorgeous! Aden was kind enough to give me an interview of her wedding experience. I hope you enjoy these wonderful insights, especially if you’re a bride in the midst of planning your own wedding! Q: When was your wedding? A: May 16, 2015 […]

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It is such an incredible honor to make this huge announcement. I still have to pinch myself to make sure I’m not in the middle of the best dream ever… but thankfully (I’m so thankful) it’s real! Ever since I first laid eyes on Middleburg Events Studio I was in love. I was initially drawn in […]

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It was such an honor to photograph Kim and Mike’s special day. This couple is so kind and genuine and so were their friends and family. I couldn’t have asked for a better couple to work with. I love Kim’s style for her wedding decor; everything was kept simple yet so elegant. The wedding ambiance was […]

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