On June 3, 2017, Ronnie David Lotz, Jr. + Lacey Catherine Smith exchanged their wedding vows at The Zahradka Farm located in Essex, Maryland.
The Zahradka Farm is a small farm owned and operated by the Zahradka family. Lacey manages the property where they are real farmers, growing real food. Also know as “Z” Farm. It was a beautiful sunny day at a very unique venue, with lavender fields, ponds, and farm animals.
Ronnie and his groomsmen were so laid back and fun. Those eyes!!! What a handsome Groom and groomsmen!
Lacey looked stunning in her beautiful lace wedding gown graced with county charm and her pink and brown cowboy boots. Lacey’s bridesmaids were adorable in county denim dresses adorned with lace and cowboy boots. The finishing touch was Lacey’s little cousins (Kali + Khloe) dressed in denim shirts, white tutus, and pink cowboy hats.
The wedding ceremony was held outside as Lacey arrived upon a beautiful white horse to exchange her vows with her best friend, Ronnie.
The reception was held in a the big white tent as guests dined and danced into the evening hours.
BTC Photography was blessed to be a part of Lacey + Ronnie’s wedding day. Once again we were able to celebrate this amazing wedding with family and friends near and dear to our hearts.
We wish Ronnie + Lacey a lifetime of joy and happiness!
On May 28, 2017, Sarah Nicole Futrell married Matthew Rossing Gaynor at 868 Estate Vineyards. A beautiful venue with rolling green vineyards nestled along Harpers Ferry Rd.
Memorial Day Weekend was a rainy weekend for most, however, the rain subsided long enough for the beautiful Sarah to exchange her wedding vows with the man of her dreams, Matt.
Matt + his groomsmen looked extremely handsome. You can tell by these images that the boys had a great time and had lots of fun clowning around.
Sarah looked like a fairytale bride, her beautiful lace dress looked amazing on her tiny petite figure. Sarah’s elegant hairstyle kissed with baby’s breath was provided by Jennifer Devilbiss Bartholow. Sarah’s earrings were borrowed from her Mother, Amy Fisch, and the flowers that graced the venue were handmade by Laura Futrell.
Sarah chose to have the first look with her Dad, Clemmis Futrell. There wasn’t a dry eye around, as you could tell Sarah is a Daddy’s little girl.
The entire wedding was simple, yet beautiful. The food was beyond expectation (and I mean deliscious) and was provided by Grandale Catering. The yummy cake and cupcakes were baked to perfection by Kristyn Hayman. They danced into the evening with great music under the big white tent, which was provided by David Grimm of Signature Talent.
BTC Photography is thankful, grateful, and blessed to be a part of Sarah + Matt’s wedding. The icing on the cake is that we get to celebrate with this amazing circle of family and friends yet again!