Experience has given me this little secret when it comes to picking a micro wedding venue. The best venues are often not venues! At least, that’s not their primary role. That’s because dedicated event venues tend to be designed to accommodate large groups of people and can feel overwhelming for a smaller group.
Virginia is known for its vistas in places like Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Mountains, but it also boasts lakes, rivers, watersheds and coastal shorelines. Interested in Mountain Views instead? Check out this round-up. So if waterside (or on the water) photos are more your style than mountains, this article is for you! […]
It’s probably the phrase I hear more than any other – “we’re a little bit awkward.” Like maybe 9 out of 10 couples says it at some point. And here’s the thing – all of the couples on my website are real couples. So if 90 percent of them say they’re awkward and 100 percent […]
Shenandoah National Park contains more than 500 miles of hiking trails, including a section of the Appalachian Trail. They connect and sprawl, leading to almost endless possibilities for exploration. A few are both easy to access and yield stunning views. These are generally the trails I suggest for engagement and adventure sessions or even elopements. […]
Almost all of the engagement and couples sessions I photograph in Shenandoah National Park are sunrise sessions. Even when clients aren’t “morning people” (because, really, who LOVES to get up at 3 a.m. to get ready, drive to a trailhead and hike, all before the sun comes up), I encourage couples to consider that time […]