Posts tagged destination wedding
Claxton Farm | Asheville, NC | Caitlin and Gregg

Asheville, North Carolina is a lot of things, one thing it is not is disappointing, and Caitlin and Gregg’s Claxton Farm fall wedding could not have been at a better time. Fall foliage was in full color and Choco Chip the llama was in rare form. Have you ever seen a llama snag some greens from someone’s mouth and then mean mug the camera? Between the gangster llama and this beautiful western North Carolina mountain wedding, you are all in for something special!

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Why You Should Get Married at The Ace Hotel | Palm Springs, CA

There are all sorts of rad spots to get married at from coast to coast, but few are as gorgeous and offer access to some awesome adventures, as well as good food, good drink and late night pool dips. So here are some reason why you should get married at the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs, California.

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Intimate Oregon Destination Wedding | Eugene, OR | Jed and Josh

Wedding days are supposed to be memorable, but they are memorable because what they encapsulate is the couple exchanging vows that day. Every part of that day should say something about them. Jed and Josh's day does exactly that in their intimate Oregon destination wedding. Come see more!

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5 Reasons You Should Consider A Post Wedding Session

What is a post wedding session?

It's just an opportunity to get back into your wedding gear (dress, suit, hair and makeup done...just like you did for you wedding day) and actually take time to make some beautiful photos. Maybe you didn't have enough time to do proper portraits on your wedding day or maybe the weather wasn't great or maybe you just want to spend some time with your photographer again, have a few drinks and look good while doing it.

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Romantic, Mountain Themed Styled Shoot | The Gathering | Boone, NC

In the city, my head is on a swivel as I try to take in everything around me (except when I am in New York, only because I know I'll look like such a kook of a tourist so I try to be sly as I pick my sights). But in the mountains, it's just simple beauty. Nothing more than what you see in front of you because you don't need anything more.

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