The cute, quirky little town of Frederick, Maryland, was a perfect setting for a weeknight evening engagement shoot. We stopped by several fun venues for this session, including The Record Exchange and Hippy Chick Hummus, but the downtown's streets themselves are just as photogenic, with all their red brick charm.
Set within the forests of Algonkian Regional Park, The Woodlands is a beautiful wedding venue. The on-site rustic-chic cabins make for a great spot for the bridal party to get ready and the wooden outdoor pergola, with its terrace and forested backdrop, is a perfect place for an outside ceremony. Moving inside, the reception space offers stylish stone accents and an abundance of windows, which, for this wedding, were draped with twinkling lights.
Do I really need a Loudoun County Videographer to document my wedding?
I mean, I just spent a lot of money on a good photographer! Let's talk through a few reasons why brides feel its absolutely necessary to hire a videographer.
Briar Patch Bed & Breakfast Inn Wedding
Set in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this wine country retreat is a beautiful venue for an intimate wedding. The inn is a historic farm on nearly 50 acres, with mountain views and proximity to all the lovely attractions of Loudoun County. This rural escape was the perfect spot for a summer wedding, the rolling hills and landscaping a vivid green, nicely complementing the comfortable, rustic vibe of the interior spaces.
Top of the Town is a beautiful, award-winning wedding venue for couples looking to host their wedding in Arlington. It's all about the views here, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering a panoramic picture that includes the Potomac, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol, Jefferson Memorial, practically the whole of Washington, D.C.! The venue's interior space likewise stands up to high expectations, offering an elegant setting for modern, classic weddings.