We traveled to Point Lookout Vineyards, in Hendersonville NC, for Louis & Megan's big day. Originally, these two planned to have an April wedding with a larger guest list. But due to the Coronavirus, ended up postponing and scaling things back. Despite the difficult planning process, their day felt perfectly intimate with wonderful friends and family. It's obvious how loved these two are and how excited everyone was to be apart of their Point Lookout Vineyards Wedding day.

Can you believe Lou & Meg met through their mutual love of video games? They first started chatting after gaming with some friends and the rest is history! These two are the cutest and everything about their day, screamed "Lou & Meg." From the cake topper, to all The Office references.. (one of our personal favorite shows OF ALL TIME)! We love how they made each detail feel personal to them. The whole day was laid back and relaxed.

After the Rain - Point Lookout Vineyards Wedding

The weather was gorgeous and Lou & Meg had their ceremony up on a hill, overlooking miles of vineyards and mountains. After their morning ceremony and a delicious brunch, we could see a storm rolling in on the horizon. We quickly sprang into action and stole Lou & Meg away (earlier than planned) for some romantic photos around their venue. It was the best decision, since the rain clouds dropped down on us right as we finished roaming around the vineyards. We're so thankful they trusted us and didn’t mind being pulled away right at the perfect moment.

Lou & Meg, we have loved getting to know you both and enjoyed being apart of your super fun Point Lookout Vineyards Wedding! Thanks for being so laid back and fun to work with and for allowing us to document these awesome memories for you!! 

Mark & Kelly

The Team for the Day:

The Stewarts Roam Photography
Point Lookout Vineyards
Coordinator - Meagan Jenzen
Invites - Ellie McIntosh
New York Bride and Groom
H&MU - Laiken Moore
Nothing Bundt Cake
Everyday Gourmet Catering
Officiant - Michael Hara
DJ - Martin Holshouser
DIY - flowers, table numbers, cake toppers

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