We love a good Overlook Barn Wedding!

This day was the strangest weather for August. The day started off super foggy and slightly chilly and we experienced sunshine popping in and out throughout the day and then a quick little rainstorm (honestly at the perfect moment to help gather guests inside the barn just in time for the reception). And then more sunshine and golden skies in time for their romantic one-on-ones at sunset. The weather kept us on our toes all day long.

Earlier, not knowing what the weather might hold for us, we made the decision to roam up the mountain to the iconic rock for some beautiful bride & groom moments, just after their sweet first look. They exchanged their vow books quietly during their first look and it was so sweet watching them read each other’s special words.The bride’s dress was stunning with pockets (which is always a favorite) and the groom wore a handsome three piece suit. With only 65 guests, on a Thursday afternoon, this day was intimate and joyous to be a part of for everyone. They ended up having their ceremony in Overlook’s new addition. The indoor/outdoor feeling of this new space was awesome with the mountain air flowing through the windows and the big fireplace as a focal point. Even though the weather ended up being clear for an outdoor ceremony, this was a lovely space for Mike & Sydney’s intimate ceremony. We took advantage of the clear skies and held all the family photos outside in the meadow overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains.We love working with Jacks Mobile Bar! The truck bar was a wonderful touch to the couple’s cocktail hour and the cool breeze continued to blow through everyone’s hair giving us all a small taste of the coming Autumn.This day was a joy from start to finish and we couldn’t be happier for Mike & Sydney!

Thanks for allowing us to capture these special moments, for you both. Best wishes!

Mark & Kelly

The Stewarts Roam Photography
Overlook Barn
Roan Wedding and Events

Jacks Mobile Bar

The White Magnolia
Just Wing It

The Baked Pie Company
Peak Mountain Sound

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