Kylie + Zac | An Elegant Mountain Wedding

[dropcap]K[/dropcap]ylie and Zac were married over the weekend on the most beautiful day overlooking one of Tucker County’s best mountain views! It was a beautiful day that finally felt like fall! I’ve known these two for quite some time, you can read their engagement story here! I was so honored to be a part of their special day.

Kylie put so much thought into all her details, from wearing her great grandma’s earrings, to giving her bridesmaids beautiful custom hangers for dress shots and having custom lettered signs in the barn for the reception!

Honestly, fall weddings in West Virginia are hard to beat. It’s just warm enough for everyone not to freeze to death during portraits. Guests can enjoy an outdoor ceremony without roasting to death. And of course, the gorgeous leaves!!!!

I really enjoy weddings where I know so many guests and the families. We have so much fun and it’s great to see familiar faces. I love capturing so many high school friends’ weddings and seeing them grow as a couple. Something so so special.

Kylie and Zac, I truly hope you have the best life together. It was a beautiful wedding, and a start to a beautiful marriage. May God bless you and your beautiful little family!!

The sweetest ceremony!! And that view, just WOW!!!

The “We’re finally married” bliss!!!

After we snuck away for some sunset portraits, we came back to a fun reception! So much dancing and fun!!!


Congratulations, guys!!!




Venue: Nelson’s Barn
Dress: Maggie Sotterro
Catering: Mike Wolford/ Bennett Family
DJ: Jason Johnson (Moose)
Hair: The Hair Haven
Makeup: Summer Gwynn

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