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Erin + Dan’s Wedding at Round Hill

Erin + Dan were filled with eager anticipation at seeing one another before their ceremony, and Dan could hardly believe it once he finally got to see Erin in her gorgeous gown. Their indoor ceremony was held in the uniquely beautiful Greek revival style Round Hill House, which was wonderfully prepared for a lively party afterwards. We’re so glad to know this sweet couple, and to photograph their special day was a real privilege.

The complete gallery will be available in the “Boutique” area of our main website as soon as Erin + Dan return from their honeymoon. Until then, we’d love to hear your comments below. And please be sure to click the button to “Recommend” us to your friends!

  • Lisa Zaro, Wedding Officiant - It was so wonderful to finally meet you & work with both of you! I hope to see you again soon. Your work is wonderful and, obviously, Erin and Dan were amazing! It was an honor to be a part of their wedding day!
    Lisa Zaro, Wedding Officiant
    Personalized Ceremonies by Rev. Zaro
    http://www.revzaro.comOctober 20, 2012 – 7:49 PM

  • Ulysses - Dan & Erin, this is just awesome. Knowing you’re so excited about looking through your photos during your honeymoon together is a pretty neat consolation prize even though we can’t enjoy the sun and sand with you. LOL! Have a great time during the rest of your trip there! Talk to you soon. 🙂October 15, 2012 – 11:47 AM

  • Dan - The pictures look awesome! Another wonderfully done job Ulysses and Jenni! Erin and I can’t wait to see the rest of them!

    Still wishing you guys were here with us on our honeymoon in Aruba. I guess we’ll have to plan another trip down here =)October 13, 2012 – 9:23 AM

  • Erin - Our pictures came out great! Dan screamed at me this morning “some pictures are on the blog, look!!!” haha, we cannot wait to see the rest! love love love!October 13, 2012 – 9:18 AM

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