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Portraits of bride and bridesmaids on the porch of Foxfire Mountain House Bride and Groom run holding hands during their Foxfire Mountain House Wedding Bride and Groom walking with the glass house in the background of their Foxfire Mountain House Wedding bride and groom walking and holding hands under a tree at Foxfire Mountain House Hand painted table number cards vertical image of dinner set up inside the tent at Foxfire Mountain House groom showing some emotion during brothers best man speech Guest feasting during dinner at foxfire mountain house A night shot of the tent illuminated by reception lights under the night sky Bride and Grooms feet on the colorful tiles after a night off dancing on their wedding day at foxfire mountain house


Foxfire Mountain House Wedding

As soon as I met Evan and Chanwoo I knew their wedding would be one for the books. It was a rainy Saturday in May. As soon as I pulled up to Foxfire Mountain House I was greeted with positive vibes and not a care about the rain. That day we created some of my favorite portraits of the year. Evan and Chanwoo were so great about hiking through the woods and running through some puddles during their Foxfire Mountain House Wedding. After our their first look and some portraits, guest were escorted into the main house for a cozy ceremony on the porch. Their lovely intimate ceremony was followed by emotional speeches from family members and a crazy dance party (74 Events!). One of my favorite details were the seating table numbers, escort cards, and a seating chart that Chanwoo’s mother painted by hand. Since then I’ve been back to Foxfire a few times in 2018 and cannot wait for the 2019 season in the Catskills.


For more intimate ceremonies: Montauk Beach Wedding