Laura and Gregory at Castle Ladyhawke

Fall is officially here! This past Saturday, Oct. 8, Team Photorapher, Giedre and I traveled  a little deeper into the mountains and gawked at the beauty of the changing leaves all the way to the gorgeous Castle Ladyhawke nestled in Tuckaseegee, NC. What a gorgeous setting for this couple who loves to travel to have a destination wedding.

Laura and Gregory have been through a lot together including being separated from each other on deployments and have grown to appreciate the time they spend together so much more because of it. Laura says, “we trusted in our love for one another and our future which makes us know that as long as we have each other, we can make it through anything.”

Emily McCollins of Occasions by Emily did a superb job, as always, of making sure everything went perfectly on their wedding day so they could simply enjoy it. Here are some highlights from Laura and Greg’s wedding day:

Love this moment that G caught before the ceremony (above)

Floral and Event design by Occasions by Emily

Reverend Werhan did a great job with the ceremony

Laura was just glowing! All I did was ask for her to look at Greg and her face lit up! (above)

This kid set the dance floor on fire!!!!! (above)

This solider was so inspired by the romantic atmosphere, he proposed to his gorgeous girlfriend! Congrats so much to this couple!! G caught the moment just after the engagement (below)

Congrats so much to Laura and Gregory! I wish you a lifetime of happiness together!

Thanks so much to team photographer, Giedre (below) who got some great shots on Saturday! We’ll be loosing G to the big world of Boston next year and she’ll be greatly missed!!

Kim Nord - October 14, 2011 - 10:24 am

Awesome photos!
Wonderful job guys! Hope to see you back at the castle soon.
Thanks for sharing,
Kim
Castle Ladyhawke

Laura Smith - October 20, 2011 - 7:36 am

First chance we’ve had to see photos of the wedding, they look amazing…funny that you caught so many details that I didn’t as the bride. Can’t wait to see the rest of the photos.

All the best,
Laura Smith

Lauren - October 25, 2011 - 9:53 pm

Hey, I know that violinist! She is the concertmaster for the Winston-Salem Symphony! I was just editing photos of her the other day! 🙂 Small world (and a beautiful wedding)!

David Bauman - December 1, 2011 - 12:05 pm

Excellent Photos! Thanks again guys for a great and exciting time. CONGRATS once again!

DB

Patricia Coapstick - December 5, 2011 - 11:39 am

I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the great job you did for my daughter Laura’s wedding. The pictures are just beautiful and I look forward to seeing the entire package in Dec.

crystal - July 7, 2012 - 3:14 pm

I Love your photos! They are stunning! Also random question do you know where she got the stationary done?

Fall Wedding in North Carolina | ChezWedd - November 1, 2011 - 9:14 am

[…] From the bride – What was your favorite moment of the day? My wedding day was amazing in so many ways that it’s hard to chose one favorite moment of the day, but I think I would have to say seeing Greg (my husband)’s face as I walked down the aisle. What was your biggest challenge in the planning process? The biggest challenge in the planning process was living in another state, fortunately I had a great wedding planner which made things easier. How did the two of you meet and fall in love? As far as meeting and falling in love…we were originally co-workers and friends. When we both went to a 6 week course together we got to know each other better and became much better friends. Our love grew out of our friendship, mutual respect and common interests. Greg is my soulmate…we’ve been through a lot and I know we will go through even more in years to come, but as long as we have each other, we can make it through anything. Vendors – Photographer: Whitmeyer Photography Event Planner: Occasions by Emily Invitation Designer: Momental Designs Dress Designer: Alfred Angelo Event Venue: Castle Ladyhawke For more of Laura + Gregory’s day, visit Whitmeyer Photography’s blog. […]

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