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Wedding Photographers Share Their Best Wintery Photo Shoots

We asked local wedding photographers to share their favorite engagement and wedding photographs from the most wonderful time of the year.

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Photo by Alison Mish Photography

Mary Maatta and Brad Cavanagh

Wedding Date: Dec. 22, 2018
From the Photographer: Mary and Brad are dreaming up the most elegant winter and Christmas themed wedding next year, so it was only fitting we did a winter engagement session as well! We had a blast photographing their engagement session at Lone Oak Tree Farm during the first snowfall of the year.

Photo by Leeann Marie Wedding Photographers

Sarah Noone and Adam Farlow

Wedding Date: Jan. 3, 2015
From the Photographer: Thinking of how to decorate for a winter wedding? Sarah and Adam really embraced some of the seasonal decor by having all of the red poinsettias on the altar at St. Paul Cathedral during their ceremony.

Photo by Araujo Photo

Krissy Baker and Steve Martincsek

Wedding date: Dec. 2, 2017
From the Photographer: Steve is the service manager at Washington's Landing Marina, the location where he proposed to Krissy. They were married this month at Church of the Covenant in Washington, Pa. These pictures were taken in front of the Washington County Courthouse which has a huge Christmas tree set right in front.

Photo by Alison Mish Photography

Corrine Barton and Brandon Pfaff

Wedding date: Jan. 23, 2016
From the Photographer: Corrine and Brandon had an incredible winter wedding decked out with sequence bridesmaid dresses, incredible winter florals (designed by her dad who is a florist) and the most perfect fresh coat of snow!

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