Julie and Graham were married on a gorgeous overcast day at the Hermitage Country Club in Manakin-Sabot in September. Yes, you heard that right, a "gorgeous" overcast day. A lot of people might get discouraged when their wedding day doesn't have the bright sun shining, but let me tell you a positive thing about it not being full sun. Overcast days mean we can stand anywhere, any time, and ALL the colors pop nicely. You're likely not going to have any squinty eye issues and if there is a gorgeous spot in the background you will not have any issues shooting from all different angles. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the sun, but as long as there's not a tornado (I am 99% lay in a closet shaking terrified of tornados) we can make different days look super amazing too!
Originally I only met Julie and her mom to discuss her wedding and didn't met Graham until the wedding day because he was out of town with the military. So after playing a quick game of "which one is the groom" we moved right along with the day. ;) The details were soft and classic, much like Julie as a bride. As you will see in the pictures, her happiness was all over her face on her wedding, I loved the expressions she had throughout the day. From coming down the aisle with her dad to being announced at the reception, she carried that joy throughout the whole day.
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