Leigh & Barry | Westmoreland Country Club Wedding

Leigh and Barry were married at Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church and held their reception at Westmoreland Country Club.

Wow, look at Leigh’s eyes… stunning.

I love the image above so much that I would like to explain how we set it up. We were taking pictures at the Country Club prior to the ceremony and they had the tables set up outside for cocktail hour. The tables were covered with beautiful ivory linens, that, in this case, doubled as a reflector. I took the image below and then suggested that she turn around a place her head on the table. The light reflected back up into her eyes for a beautiful portrait. Thanks to Craig for help setting it up.

I loved the details of Leigh and Barry’s wedding.

There is seldom enough time to shoot at two locations between the ceremony and reception, so Leigh had to make a choice… shoot at the Country Club or a barn. She choose the barn. I love her. LOL

My daughter Ella was looking at this image and remarked, “I know the bride’s name is Leigh, but who is her prince?”

This image will make a perfect panaromic spread in an album.

Leigh told me that she loves horses and the ladies at the farm were kind enough to bring a few out for us.

The colors they choose were so fun and vibrant!

I freaked out when I saw this trailer and old wagon.

Leigh also told me that she loves daisies.

Florist: Carrie Anne Powell
Bakery: Westmoreland Country Club
Entertainment: CityScape – Three Rivers Entertainment

Heather Lahtinen – Westmoreland Wedding Photographer

  • Jeannette

    Oh my gosh Heather (and Craig) you seem to outdo yourself at every wedding you shoot. I love getting on the computer when I have some free time & digging through all your sites b/c I am just amazed & honored to know someone with such a wonderful talent. I am speechless at the poses you get & how they come out. These brides are really blessed & lucky to have you. Amazing…you are simply amazing!

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