Capturing the Timeless Elegance of a Fredericksburg, Virginia Wedding

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Fredericksburg, Virginia Wedding Videography: A Celebration of Love in the Off-Season

It’s not often that we get the privilege of capturing weddings during the off-season months of February or early March. However, when we do, the experiences can be truly remarkable, as was the case with Courtney and Jeff’s wedding.

As we made our way to Fredericksburg, Virginia, we were prepared for the potential of wintry weather, but instead, we were greeted by a lovely day that allowed us to spend much of the time outdoors, showcasing the natural beauty of the area in our videography highlights.

Working alongside the talented team from Gillette Portrait Arts, led by Raye and Kristie, was a true delight. Be sure to check out their stunning photography on their blog, which perfectly complements the video footage we captured.

The wedding ceremony took place at the United Methodist Church in Fredericksburg, followed by a joyous reception at the enchanting The Inn at the Old Silk Mill. The fusion of the couple’s love, the stunning venues, and the expert collaboration of the wedding professionals resulted in a truly timeless and unforgettable celebration.

As you immerse yourself in the videography highlights, prepare to be captivated by the warmth, emotion, and cinematic elegance that define this Fredericksburg, Virginia wedding. Let this experience inspire you to embrace the beauty of the off-season and the unique opportunities it can offer for your own special day.

It’s always a pleasure to work with Raye and Kristie from  Gillette Portrait Arts.  Check out their work from the day on their blog.  The wedding ceremony took place at the United Methodist Church in Fredericksburg and the reception at The Inn at the Old Silk Mill.

Then take a lot of some of our favorite highlights.



Christopher lives in Vermont with his wife, twin boys, corgi. He has owned a film production company, sold slot machines, and worked for Tony Robbins. He writes in his magical tiny house and sometimes writes in his blog at