Tag Archives: Blowing Rock Wedding Photography

Madi and Preston’s Jefferson NC Mountains Outdoor Wedding

Madison Ball and Preston Roberts made it official on July 8th of this year in a small ceremony followed by an epic, large reception. The ceremony was intimate and romantic, and on the groom’s family farm in Warrensville, near a bend in the river, surrounded by 30 or so of their nearest and dearest. No rain, […]

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Kendra & Nathan Wed at Elkin’s Barn at Blueberry Hill

On May 20th, we photographed the wedding of Kendra and Nathan as they tied the knot at The Barn at Blueberry Hill in Elkin NC. It was the first time we’ve ever shot a wedding at this venue and we LOVED it. It’s a real barn with a real barn feeling, but with air conditioning (!!) and […]

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april anniversaries | celebrate love & spring

“It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart.” – Rainer Maria Rilke And amen to that. Spring is for poetry and love and poems about love. Musicals with singing birds and otherwise sane people bursting into song, etc, etc. The key is not to waste it. Sometimes winter feels like months […]

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What Makes a Wedding ….. A WOW

haley & cody |boone nc wedding photographer | river run farm | valle crucis | blowing rock | pixels on paper wedding photographers

If you take an informal poll about which weddings people remember and what made them amazing, you’ll get a few surprising answers, but several themes come quickly into relief. The same goes for reading blogs and checking out WeddingWire. There are exceptions, but mostly the same categories bob to the surface. The dancing. “Everyone was dancing. […]

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Bonnie & Amanda | Married… On The Windfall | Lansing NC

Have you ever procrastinated because you’re afraid you’ll never do justice to WHATEVER IT IS? You’re sort of paralyzed by a yearning for perfection? Well, join us won’t you as we attempt to describe this couple, this wedding, this day and everything it symbolized. We feel confident in this: it meant something not just to Amanda and […]

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