Located in lovely Loudoun County, Tranquility Farm is a beautiful and historic venue right within Virginia's horse and wine country. The rustic setting is home to a few thoroughbred horses, a gorgeous barn and a stone manor with a bridal suite. No matter the season, this venue is sure to delight.
Located just outside Roanoke, Braeloch on Glenburn Farms is a perfect spot for a rustic, chic, fall wedding. The beautiful outdoor space offers uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside, and the indoor space is filled with gleaming wood, expansive windows and lovely lighting features.
Just outside of D.C., Hidden Creek Country Club is right in the heart of Reston, a fairly new community ranked one of the best places to live in the country. The club, surrounded by rolling green courses, can fit up to 200 wedding guests in its beautiful ballroom.
This Mediterranean and Tuscan-inspired winery is gorgeous for a wedding, no matter the season! With a ballroom, patio, wine cave and barrel room, there are plenty of spaces to incorporate into your big day...and they're all so beautiful, you'll definitely want to! Plus, with the abundance of flowing wine, you won't have any trouble keeping your wine-loving guests happy.
Washington, D.C., like any great city, provides almost endless beautiful and magnificent wedding venues. However, D.C. offers something the others do not. There's a certain history, a certain elegance and a little bit of dramatic flair that can be found in the wedding venues of the nation's capitol. The streets themselves even beckon for a few timeless wedding photos (a call we gladly followed).
Something about this bride is a little off. While there's no projectile vomiting or head spinning, the levitation is still enough to scare off the guests (and the groom). Good thing Regan has her demons to keep her company.
When you stumble across an abandoned house in Texas...just leave it be. This bride found out the hard way that Leatherface and his family don't play any games...unless there's a chainsaw and meathook involved.
Carol Anne is all grown up now, and no one's here to save her. Everyone's beloved little girl from the horror classic is transformed into a beautiful bride, but there's no fairytale ending or happily ever afters in this big day. It seems like the Poltergeist incident never quite went away for good...just goes to show what happens when you build on a burial ground.
Looking for a little something blue for your wedding? Look no further than Blue Hill Farm. This gorgeous, countryside escape is a little bit of Loudoun County heaven. Easily accessible from D.C., right in the heart of wine country and chockfull of all the historic appeal you could want, the area is a great one. Blue Hill Farm, however, stands out with its rolling green lawn, rustic barn, farmhouse and carriage house.
While those beautiful wedding photos you see on Instagram and Pinterest look totally effortless, there's actually a whole lot of work going on behind the scenes to ensure they're just right (and if you don't believe us, just check out our Saturday behind-the-scenes shots on Facebook!). Don't expect you can just hire a photographer, invite them to your wedding, go about your big day and get the photos you'll cherish for a lifetime.
Leesburg is the perfect setting for an engagement shoot. The cute brick sidewalks and historic architecture are great for classy and sophisticated shots that fit any couple's style. Plus, Ida Lee Park is just a short drive away, making for a mix of settings, with the more country-esque atmosphere. Regardless, we think this engagement session really shows off Leesburg's romantic appeal!
Head to the Lincoln Memorial for an engagement session in either the early morning or early evening and you'll be rewarded in two ways. One, you'll avoid the crowds of tourists and, two, you'll enjoy that golden hour glow that makes for the most magical photos. With the Washington Monument in the background, along with the iconic reflecting pool, there are so many perfect backdrops right there for the choosing. Even photos without a recognizable landmark are possible, when you take advantage of the well-groomed landscaping and sidewalks in the surrounding area.
We all know the recognizable national landmark, but how many of us consider it a fantastic spot for an engagement session? If you're a little bit skeptical, this shoot will certainly change your mind. The beautifully classic architecture, stark marble and views of the Washington Monument all come together for dramatic shots with just the right amount of elegance and romance. Plus, come at just the right time of day, and you'll be treated to an uncrowded shoot location, in one of the most-visited spots in the country.
A gorgeous estate, Whitehall makes an impression immediately, with its white-columned entrance and century-old trees dotting the landscape. The 200-year-old manor is remarkable in of itself, but the charming and intimate gazebo makes for a fantastic outdoor wedding setting. It's all set against the Northern Virginia countryside and Blue Ridge Mountains, for a mix of both historically rustic and elegant.
Clifton's charming little pub in the old Texaco station was the perfect start and end point to this adorable engagement shoot. Situated in the equally charming neighborhood of the Clifton Historic District, there's plenty of picturesque photo backdrops in the near vicinity. The small town vibe offers just the right dose of Americana, from the white picket fences and wooden benches, to the bright red caboose and gently waving flags.
A rustic and romantic Virginia wedding venue, The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards was the perfect spot for an outdoor ceremony, followed by a fun-filled reception. The 106-year-old restored stone and wood barn is a charming representation of beautiful Loudoun County. Plus, you won't want to miss bridal party and bride and groom photos with the silo or the vineyards (or both!) in the background.
Set on 30 pristine acres, Overhills Mansion is a spacious wedding venue that is stately in every way. The historic home makes a stunning first impression, with its white columns and picturesque verandas, and continues to impress throughout. Constructed in 1897, the interior is filled with elegant touches that compliment any wedding style or theme.
Located on more than 150 acres in the quaint Northern Virginia town of Vienna, Westwood Country Club is everything a bride could want for a wedding that's both classic and elegant. The grand ballroom was the perfect canvas for creating a memorable event like Adela and Jay's big day.
Set against a beautiful backdrop of Maryland mountains, Springfield Manor is a perfectly idyllic wedding setting regardless of the season. The estate, built in 1774, features a magnificent ballroom to accommodate even the largest weddings. Beyond, the private suites are immaculately adorned, for those not-to-be-missed pre-wedding photos with your bridal party. However, possibly the best part of this venue is the outdoors, where the 130 acres provide not only a pristine arbor to grace your ceremony space, but also romantic lavender fields and a lush vineyard.
Bull Run Regional Park is home to quite a bit of hiking with quite a bit of history. The trails saw action as trade routes, and then in the Civil War, but this spectacular setting more recently saw the beginnings of one couple's happily ever after.