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These are a few of my favorite things | The Venues

It’s not just the where and the when. It’s not just “how easy is it for family and friends to get to” or “how many does it seat”. Your wedding venue is the backdrop to your entire day. It’s what adds to your photographs in a quiet and natural way allowing us to showcase you and your fiance, your bridal party, and your family and friends in the most beautiful way possible and making those photographs uniquely yours.

As a wedding photographer I get the pleasure of traveling all over and seeing some stunning venues. The past few years have been remarkable and 2016 definitely did not disappoint! These venues take the time and effort that it requires to provide couples with a wedding experience. From the thoughtfulness of the bridal suite for getting ready to the managing of the caterer, florist, and baker. Each venue may be a little different, but the mission is always the same. While every wedding I photograph is always one of my favorites for one reason or the other, I’ve narrowed down the ever growing list of venues to some of my true favorites. Perhaps it is a favorite because of the uncountable stunning backdrops for photographs or the bridal suite was just to die for. Either way, the venues showcased below have made my 2016 list of favorite places to photograph.

Check out the list of names below for links to each venue’s website!

In order of appearance: Harmony Hall, Cornwall Inn, Sweet Water Springs, The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, The Gettysburg Hotel, Landis Valley Village and Farm, and Cameron Estate Inn.

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