The Muller family has been a joy to work with and know over the years and Debby’s wedding was going to be a special treat for us, as we photographed her sister’s wedding at The Homestead almost five years ago to the day. This wonderful afternoon made for many special moments and it was quite hard for me to choose just one moment for our blog.
Greta and Steve’s wedding provided such an emotional moment that made it difficult for me to keep taking photographs. Before her wedding began, Greta informed me that she would be wearing her mother’s wedding dress and her mom had no idea whatsoever. Needless to say, you probably know exactly what type of photograph
King Family Vineyards is one of the most inviting places for a wedding…..stunning views, a staff with an impeccable work ethic, and last but not least, great wine. Today’s image was taken during a quick afternoon rain that slightly delayed the start of the wedding. Guests help “hold down the fort” as the bridal party prepared to walk down the isle. I framed the guest between the stand of the Chuppah and another guest.
Rob Garland is the owner of Rob Garland Photographers, a company which specializes in photojournalism and fine art printing. Rob prides himself on a classic, intuitive, heartfelt documentation with the utmost in visual integrity. He has documented many destination weddings throughout the U.S. and abroad as well as Charlottesville weddings at many of our outstanding local venues. Rob loves imagery that fails to go in and out of style and personal touches that make each wedding unique.
Sometimes you just love what is right in front of you! I walked down the isle during this wedding at Keswick Hall, simply to get a closer vantage point. I was rewarded with such a touching and tender moment! Thank you to Jenny and Ryan for such a wonderful evening.
Pawleys Island is one of the oldest beach resorts on the east coast of the United States. It’s original inhabitants settled here in the 1700s, getting away from the rivers to spend a healthier summer near the coast. The families of rice planters that owned lavish plantations would come here to get away from the rivers during the warmer months. They would stay at Pawleys Island until the first frosts of November. There are twelve residences in the historic district
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.