A Martinsburg Wedding Photographer & Videographer's Look Into Their Love Story
About their Wedding
Show Some Love For Kayla & Phil
What Brought These Two Together
Love Story Coming Soon!
Celebrating Their Engagement
Engagement Session Location
This quaint 19th century town is designated a National Historic District by the National Register. The architecture of the houses and shops reflect the town’s history as a transportation hub 1800 – 1860, a strategic location during the Civil War, a thriving industrial center based on water power in the late 1800s. The Harpers Ferry National Historic Park offers museums, events, and tours. The Appalachian Trail courses through town as its halfway mark between Georgia and Maine.
The Wedding Day
Their Beautiful Wedding Photos
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The Wedding Videos
That Say It All
The WEdding Venue
Poor House Farm
Nestled between the mountains just outside of Marinsburg, West Virginia is the 137-acre Poor House Farm Park. Originally the Berkeley County Alms House and County Farm, the park is owned by Berkeley County and operated by Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks & Recreation.