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A Leatherwood Mountain Resort Outdoor Wedding for a Princess and Her Engineer

Katie Vance loves Disney Princesses and Patrick Carlson is a computer engineer and self proclaimed geek. Together they are absolutely perfect for each other and their wedding was perfect too. Perfect location, perfect weather, lots of sentiment and love, laughter and tears. It’s what you hope for when you decide not to elope. From the tiaras and […]

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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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Celebrating June Wedding Anniversaries | Pixels On Paper NC Wedding Photographers

Ever heard of a June wedding? Me, either, but apparently they are really popular. Pixels very first wedding was a June wedding – that of Sandy & Mark Sherill on June 18th 2005. That’s where it all began. So now to Sandy and Mark – our very first wedding shoot. Sandy and I were middle school […]

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Anniversaries | The Darling Buds of May

Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimmed, And every fair from fair sometime declines, […]

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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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