Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Mike & Lisa: Married! | Northern Virginia Wedding Photographer

Mike & Lisa:
Fredricksburg, VA
This past weekend Mike & Lisa were married in downtown Fredrickburg, VA. I've never been to Fredricksburg and loved the quaint downtown area. Lots of great old buildings and character everywhere you look. The bride was glowing and the groom so excited! It was a great day and I was so honored to be a part of it! I also had the pleasure of having Beth of Sugar Rush Photography accompanying me as my second shooter and she did a fabulous job and made the day even more enjoyable! Thanks Beth!

Ceremony, reception & Catering - Fredericksburg Square

Cake – Cakes by Happy Eatery (this cake was delicious!)

Flowers - Garden Heirlooms of Fredericksburg

Hair/Nails/Makeup - The Parisian Spa and Salon

Check out these GORGEOUS shoes! If I were Lisa I would definitely have them dyed and find a lot more reasons to wear them!

A sweet note from his bride...

This may be my favorite shot of the day!

They had a really unique guest book idea. All of the guests wrote them a note on a post card and then put down their address. Just imagine a really great keepsake box full of these cards with best wishes from all of your friends and family. Great idea!

Beautiful & extremely yummy cake!

Funny story. We were so excited about a train coming! Great shot, right? Well, the train ended up being FULL of garbage! Yuck! But, they were good sports and stuck it out while we got our shots!

Waiting with great anticipation!

Now, let us proceed with the dancing!

Thanks for stopping by! And thanks again Mike & Lisa! Have a wonderful time on your fabulous honeymoon!


Beth said...

Erin - these are fabulous. So many great shots from the day. I know Lisa and Mike must be estactic!

Marta Locklear Photography said...

That was fast!! But they look gorgeous! Wish I was able to do lunch with you guys!

Sally Brewer Photography said...

Looks like a fun wedding! Love the ring shot.

Lynn said...

Erin- Your photos are fantastic! Please advise how I can get some printed 4 x 6's. Thanks!