Sandra and Mike wonderful first look at James Monroe’s Ash Lawn Highland was featured in The Charlottesville Area Weddings Blog by my good friend, Claire Goodman. For the complete link, click here:
Sandra was overcome with emotion, just moments before the processional with her father.
OK. Maybe two moments. Sandra and Mike elected to see each other before their wedding and being avid cyclists, they wanted to incorporate that into their first glance. Mike elected to ride his bycicle from Charlottesville to Ash Lawn on the day of the wedding and Sandra was waiting when he rode up the long Ash Lawn entrance.
My good friends, Jen and Broocks Meade, had their wedding celebration at Ash Lawn Highland featured today in the Washingtonian blog. You may view the complete article by clicking below:
Jen and Broocks’ real wedding post in the Washingtonian – photographs by Rob Garland and Craig Kompelien
This image shows Jen and her father walking down the isle at Ash Lawn before her wedding with all of the bridesmaids behind her framed within the bushes at Ash Lawn Highland, home of President James Monroe.
One of the historic landmarks of Charlottesville – Ash Lawn Highland – http://www.ashlawnhighland.org/se–weddings.htm
Ash Lawn weddings in Charlottesville, Virginia – For more information, please contact Ash Lawn-Highland at 434-293-8000; by mail at 1000 James Monroe Parkway, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902; by fax at 434-979-9181; or by email at email@example.com
I absolutely love moments like this. There is nothing like the thrill of being a photographer and knowing you have captured such a meaningful image. I can remember knowing that I had this split second of time captured as soon as I pressed the shutter release on my camera. I have always taken a photojournalistic approach to my wedding photography, showing what happened, not Continue reading
The intimate moments that precede a wedding ceremony are wonderful. Jen and Broocks had so many personal details that made their wedding unique Continue reading