Documenting your day in an artistic way....

Documenting your day in an artistic way!

I love what I do. I am honored to have the privilege to spend the day with couples who are looking for artistic and documentary style photos that represent who they are as individuals, as well as the magic they create as a couple.

Scroll down to see more wedding stories as well as engagement sessions, babies and family images at the bottom of the blog. Visit my website below for more info!


Weddings, Strawberry Milk Events, High Point Farm

Claire + Adam

When Missy and I pulled up to High Point Farm in Clarksburg, MD we weren't sure if this simple park and pavillion setting was the correct address - then we found Julie Savage from Strawberry Milk Events setting up the ceremony in a field, with hay bales for seating and we knew we were in the right place. Claire and Julie had both described the vision of the wedding day and we knew it was going to be really cool - but we were blown away with all the vibrant details that Claire & Adam had created. Their ceremony was touching and personal, with an eclectic edge. They had all their guest stand up during the ceremony and Claire's sister in law led an interpretive dance to "All you need is Love" by the Beatles. Then after the ceremony we walked over to the pavillion that they had turned into a country fair themed wonderland. They had fresh squeezed lemonade, and someone squeezing it right in front of you! They had a whole field filled with lawn games like croquet and horseshoes. We brought along our photobooth - so people could take silly pictures of themselves with props like hats and masks. Instead of a traditonal cake cutting, they had a pie table of amazingly delicious homemade pies and cut one. They had pit barbeque and also a popcorn machine. Then at the end of the night guests talked and sat around a bonfire that was lit out on the lawn. It was an amazing event that I will never forget - I'm sure that all their guest won't forget it either! I loved all the personal touches that Claire and Adam put on their version of what a wedding should be. 

No comments: