Biltmore Estate Wedding at Lioncrest

We like to put our photojournalistic shooting style into overdrive when we shoot weddings, and this one was no exception. Sarah and Bill had a Biltmore Estate wedding at the Lioncrest venue and there were so many wonderful moments. Part of what’s so intriguing about documenting weddings is photographing the anticipation and build-up before the ceremony. Not only is this great for the bride and groom to look back on, but it helps fill in the narrative of the whole day.

The ceremony was officiated by Sarah’s father which was very special, and there were lots of emotional ceremony photos to be taken. The children guests were particularly adorable at this wedding and might want to look into a career as “hilarious wedding dancers”.

The talented Blush by Wendy was the makeup artist, Lola did her hair, and we got to work once more with Asheville Event Co (planners). And of course we have to mention Bloom Room and their beautiful floral arrangements! It’s worth checking out the bridal shoot we did with Sarah a few months ago. She looks so elegant and relaxed in these and on her wedding day. Not to mention, everyone at the wedding was so unbelievably nice to us all day. This always makes us jump for joy (not literally. Or maybe?) at the thought of being wedding photographers.

Biltmore wedding

View from Inn

Bride getting ready

Groom on phone

Make up

Bride and mirror

Artistic ring shot

Groom before wedding

Bride and dress

Bride's dress

Candid moment

Cute moment

Before ceremony

Two Ring Studios photography

Florals

Bride and father

Wedding at Lioncrest

Bride

Wedding at Lioncrest

Creative bouquet shot

Groom at alter

Lioncrest wedding ceremony

Biltmore wedding

bridal party

Bouquet by Bloom Room

Biltmore wedding in Asheville

Cake

Bride and groom

Reception

Bubbles

dancing

Cake cutting

Lioncrest dance

Two Ring Studios

Biltmore wedding

Lioncrest reception

Moment at reception

Wedding dancing

Kids at reception

Reception at wedding

Wedding

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