Tag Archives: Mountain setting photos

wedding venue spotlight: leatherwood mountains resort

Pixels On Paper Photograhphy High Country NC wedding photographers Leatherwood mountain resort wedding photo

If you’ve ever had a vision of a mountain location that is textbook beatific – this would absolutely be it. Leatherwood Mountain Resort. It’s a favorite spot of ours for several reasons. Because we have many favorite venues for photo shoots and events we cover, part of showing some love for them is to share a few with you […]

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Mountain Wedding combines rustic, stylish, Jewish and traditional elements

The only minor thing about Katie and Josh’s October wedding was their now-shared surname. Katie Muskal wore her mother’s wedding gown when she walked down the aisle to marry her groom, Josh Minor. The gown was reworked and tailored to suit her style, but kept the elements that reminded her of her mom and bonded them that day. […]

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mountaintop bridal portraits ~ family participation, heirlooms and views of the family farm ~ a beautiful day

Clawson Wedding, Meghann Roberts Bridal Portrait Photo

The photos of Meghann Roberts we took  this July weren’t necessarily inspired by Keira Knightley’s famous shot as Elizabeth Bennet from the 2005 movie Pride and Prejudice, but this one in particular pulls it into perspective. When viewed next to each other there is more than just flowing fabric and a gorgeous, panoramic setting. It’s an […]

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a day among the blooms ~ mckenzie goff and stacie shumate ~ spring photos and milestones

Pixels on Paper photography blog, Charlotte family photography, Outdoor family photography, Easter photography, Children photography, Photographers in North Carolina, Wilkesboro Family photography

Last April, we got to venture into the fruit orchards near Brushy Mountains with two subjects: McKenzie Goff and Stacie Shumate (with their loving moms in tow). It was hard to decide what was more beautiful: the girls or the venue. Petals were bright and showing off, some ready to fall, but the trees were […]

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