Rae and Eric were married in September at the beautiful Grove Park Inn here in Asheville NC. This was Mozingo Photography’s first wedding at the Grove Park and what a grand first wedding it was! We now know how the Sunset Terrace at the Grove Park got it’s name. The most beautiful sunset Michael and I have seen all year was at Rae and Eric’s wedding.

Rae and Eric have been such amazing clients. Michael and Eric share a love of food and cooking. Rae and Meriah bonded over the love of the mountains and sunsets. Rae and Eric had their engagement photos in downtown Black Mountain where Rae’s grandmother lived and worked. There were so many sentimental aspects to their wedding to honor her sweet grandmother. They even used her cobbler recipe for the dessert.

Here are some of our favorite pictures from their fabulous day.

It is always a pleasure to photograph the beautiful work of the Bloom Room! Their work is simply stunning.

I love getting ready shots so much. Rae was simply beautiful! Lola of Asheville did a fantastic job on Rae’s hair and makeup.

Rae’s way of keeping close her loved ones whom have passed.

Ceremony laughs.

Seriously the most beautiful sunset of 2013! How lucky we were to have a camera in our hands when it happened. Rae and Eric were thrilled.

All of their cake shots and first dance shots were in front of this beautiful sunset.

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Already in love with this couple and their chemistry! We can’t wait to share in their big day in September of 2014!

Here are some Autumn loving, fun shots from our E-Session in October!

Mozingo photography is excited to announce that we have just photographed our 100th wedding! It is so hard to believe that we are already at 100 and we feel very blessed and grateful.

Michele and Mark’s Biltmore wine cellar wedding was our 100th wedding! This was also one of the highlights of our Fall season here in the mountains of North Carolina. As Asheville wedding photographers we love all types of weddings, but the smaller weddings always have a special charm. Michele and Mark planned their day to be intimate so they only invited their family. Michael and I SO enjoyed getting to meet all of them. They were such a merry crowd and didn’t even let the unexpected fire alarm and evacuation keep them from laughing and having a good time. (Don’t worry, it was just a tripped wire.:)

Here are some of our favorite moments of Michele and Mark’s wedding and their “Rock the Frock” the next day.

One of my favorite details of the decor at this wedding were the white branches. As a little girl, Michele loved to climb one of the apple trees on their property. She said she would sit up there for hours with her cat and read. A couple of years ago an ice storm took down that tree. So Michele’s mother cut the branches off and painted them white. They laced flowers around the branches and used them for the decor around the wine cellar. I loved the extra special personal touch this brought to the decor. Such unique sentiment makes my heart happy!

We love Tim Lolley of Blue Mountain Weddings. This photo tells you why we love to call him “Jolly Lolley.”

Shout out to Cody with Cody’s Wedding Creations for a fabulous job on Michele’s hair! Those curls never fell out!

Another fabulous cake by Biltmore’s pastry chef!

Wendy with Blush by Wendy Ballance is one of our favorite make up artists! Once again, she rocked it.

We love it when our couples allow us to photograph them again on a day other than their wedding day. Michele and Mark hired us to shoot a “Rock the Frock” with them the day after their wedding. We were blessed with beautiful November weather and we enjoyed getting to spend the extra time with this couple. So much great conversation and hang out time as we traveled around the Biltmore property.

While Michael is getting this shot…

… Meriah is getting this shot. Two different perspectives of the same moment. I love shooting with my husband!

  • Kathi Stanley - I was a guest at Mark and Michelle’s wedding and your beautiful photographs captured just how wonderful it was!