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October 14, 2020

A Stunning Anchor Inn Wedding | Maryland Colleen and Andrew’s Anchor Inn wedding was a career high for me! My hype and love for this wedding had nothing to do with the amazing venue or the spectacular food, but everything to do with my amazing couple.  From our first consultation I knew Colleen and Andrew […]

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October 13, 2020

Debbie and John tied the knot at the beautiful Honey’s Harvest Farm in Maryland on October 10, 2020 the most popular wedding date of the year. I had 4 different brides scheduled for this date but due to COVID, all those couples’ wedding day plans changed. That is the circumstance that found me available for Debbie and John’s wedding. I am so happy that fate is so serendipitous. I might not have ever met these two and I would have missed out on their beautiful wedding.

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October 6, 2020

As I twist and weave through the Pennsylvania mountain side, I am mesmerized by the thick, dream-like fog that blankets the ground. The weather outside is one of those misty mountain mornings where the dewdrops trap themselves to the fog clouds and linger around all day. But the weather doesn’t matter, because today Kayla and Jake are renewing their vows in the beautiful Sunken Garden at Lauxmont Farms!

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Virginia Farm Wedding

September 9, 2020

As I turned into the long twisting gravel drive of Silverbrook Farm for Paige & Cameron’s wedding, I was awestruck at the majestic beauty of the property. As I parked and stepped out of my car I admired the old-world charm and romance this venue holds. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountain, this little English cottage farmhouse had me swooning with excitement. I smiled to myself, as I walked up to the front door, unaware of how deeply this day would impact me.

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August 21, 2020

“Liz on Top of the World”, is the musical inspiration I find myself listening to as I edited these amazing images from Paige and Cameron’s engagement session. During their session I remember thinking of my favorite scene from Pride and Prejudice. The misty dawn meeting of Lizzie and Mr. Darcy, in the meadow just before sunrise. Though Paige and Cameron opted for a sunset session at Bears Den Overlook.

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WeatherlyFarmsWedding

July 28, 2020

My heart skipped a beat as I pulled into the driveway of the beautiful Pavilion at Weatherly Farm. This stunning estate is perfectly nestled on the shore of the Potomac River, offering panoramic views in every direction. With a newly renovated bridal suite and amazing services and hosts, this venue really is a dream! They truly helped make Jillian and Alan’s wedding day magical.

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July 8, 2020

One Couple, two weddings, one the ground and in the sky. No this isn’t the start of a Dr. Seuss story book but the amazing description of Pam and Matt’s wedding day! When Pam and Matt first told me about their plans, I was giddy with excitement for them. I love seeing couples get creative and do non-traditional, fun things on their wedding day! So when Pam and Matt told me that they were going to have two ceremonies, a quick legal exchange in VA, then rush across the border to Maryland for a second ceremony for a hot air balloon wedding in the sky, I knew this was going to be a special day!

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June 17, 2020

Ask anyone who has planned a wedding, and they will tell you, it isn’t easy. Most couples usually give themselves 6 months to a year just for planning. So when Kayla told me they were pulling an audible and planning a small wedding in 3 days I was all in!!

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May 30, 2020

No this was not the big wedding Lucy and Luke had originally planned. Not only did COVID-19 completely postpone their original date, but then the threat of forecasted heavy rains all day didn’t make anything easy. These two banded together and with their closest family and friends to plan and organize the perfect intimate wedding. Their wedding was complete with a handmade floral arch, a puppy ring bearer, and a zoom broadcasted ceremony.

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April 9, 2020

They say the first year of marriage can be the hardest. Though I’m not quite sure who ‘They’ is, I can contest that the first year of marriage is usually a big adjustment for most couples. But some couples have more obstacles than others. Like 800 miles worth of obstacles! Yep, you read that right, 8000 miles! Can you imagine being married and celebrating the greatest moment of your life and a month later, saying goodbye to that love for a whole year?? I can’t! But that is exactly the situation our next PHOTO’S FOR HEROES winners, Greg and Krystle Miller, found themselves in a little over a year ago. Their love story is just like a fairy-tale filled with fables of true bravery, a noble quest, perseverance and above all else, love!