I had an amazing time photographing this Maryland wedding in Woodbine! This was the most classy and beautiful backyard, rustic farm wedding I have ever been to. Raychel and Jimmy kicked off their wedding day at The Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City. She wore a beautiful lace and beaded gown but made it casual with some cute cowgirl boots underneath. All of her bridesmaids wore navy dresses and brown cowgirl boots to match. After the makeup and hair were completed at Turf Valley and everyone was dressed, they headed out in two limousines for the intimate ceremony at Raychel's parent's house in Woodbine. They have an amazing property overlooking a farm with a small wooded area to use for the ceremony. Friends and family did a great job setting up the rustic pergola and hay bales for guests to sit on. Custom signs with calligraphy (by the bride's sister) directed guests and there were little touches of camouflage for this military-police groom who loves to hunt! Raychel's parents hand made a set of corn-hole boards in camo with hand-stitched deer sandbags. The videographer worked tirelessly all night (www.joeaustinfilms.com) and the DJ (Greg Jellick) kept everyone dancing their butts off till the end of the night! Makeup artist, Janet Guzman (email@example.com) did an awesome job with professional airbrush work! I just loved all the little details of this Maryland country wedding. Even the cake topper was a family heirloom, originally belonging to the bride's grandmother. Raychel and Jimmy, I hope you and your family love all of the photos just as much as I do. I am so excited to show you the rest! Thank you so very much :)
Raychel, I cannot thank you enough for hiring me. I enjoyed getting to know your family and friends and your wedding was simply amazing! Congratulations to you both!