West Virginia Wedding Photographers

West Virginia Wedding Photographers

Our West Virginia photographers also provide documentary-style coverage in: Charleston, Morgantown, Huntington, Wheeling, Parkersburg

West Virginia Wedding Photography, Engagement Photo Sessions + Elopements

Intimate Wedding Photography in West Virginia - Capturing the Joy of Small Celebrations - Discover the best West Virginia photographers specializing in intimate marriages. Couples are embracing the trend of smaller, more meaningful celebrations. Let our talented photographers capture the joy and intimacy of your wedding day.

By planning a simple West Virginia elopement, couples are able to stay present in the moment and fully absorb the impact of their wedding day. Given the fact that many couples feel more natural and at ease in intimate settings, it's no surprise that some of the most breathtaking wedding images come from elopements.

The WPJA has an abundance of top-ranked, West Virginia documentary wedding photographers available right now who understand that some weddings and elopements can’t wait. Find yours today!

Recent WPJA WedElope Story Awards

West Virginia Photographers for Large or Small Weddings

Shooting an elopement or small West Virginia wedding event is a wedding photojournalist’s dream: a fairly open schedule with lots of breathing space for creativity – it’s just the photographer, the couple, the officiant, and perhaps a few select companions.

United States WPJA members are ready to document any courthouse, civil ceremony, secret, or elopement wedding, even if it is a Monday-Thursday ceremony. Search for the “Can Shoot Weddings on Short Notice!” message on the listings below.

View Award-Winning Pictures from West Virginia Wedding Venues

4 West Virginia Wedding Photographers...

Lifestyle portrait of wedding and elopement photographer Erica Dietz

Erica Dietz is a documentary-style wedding photographer, capturing candid moments with art and light. A former intern at the Valley News Dispatch, she specializes in helping couples relax for stunning wedding portraiture.

Erica Dietz

Slippery Rock in Pennsylvania, US *Now booking West Virginia weddings.
4000 (USD)
Rustbelt Mayberry Wedding Photographer, Erin Ninehouser

Erin Ninehouser is an Eastern USA-based wedding photographer with more than two decades of experience. She captures emotion-filled moments and emphasizes documentary photography in her work. Through her passion for community and non-profit work, she has photographed...

Erin Ninehouser

Ambridge in Pennsylvania, US *Now booking West Virginia weddings.
3600 (USD)
Engagement, elopement, and wedding photography by Andrew Morrell

Andrew Morrell is a professional wedding photographer with a unique perspective. He has a unique love story, blending art and technology with his abiding love of music, and bringing an element of improvisation to the weddings and elopements he shoots.

Andrew Morrell

Winchester in Virginia, US *Now booking West Virginia weddings.
3600 (USD)
Weddings by Ryan & Kate for elopements and marriage photography - Portrait of Ryan Howard Sigesmund

Ryan Howard Sig is a commercial and editorial photographer specializing in weddings. With a background in multimedia arts and a passion for photography developed while traveling in Europe, Ryan has been capturing beautiful moments since 2004.

Ryan Howard Sigesmund

Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania, US *Now booking West Virginia weddings.
3000 (USD)

Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving West Virginia Couples

West Virginia Wedding, Elopement and Engagement Images by WPJA Photographers

Below are some West Virginia wedding photography samples from the world’s best wedding photographers of the WPJA. Some of these West Virginia marriage pictures might be artistic portraits, details, or documentary-style images that have come from getting ready sessions, wedding ceremonies, reception venues, or West Virginia engagement portrait sessions with couples.

Harpers Ferry destination engagement shoot for a West Virginia couple enjoying some relaxing Romance in the Water
After the wedding proposal engagement picture session at Blackwater Falls in West Virginia for a couple near the water in their formal clothes
A pre wedding photoshoot from Blackwater Falls, West Virginia overlooking a beautiful sunset scene from the top of the hills
 Moon Meadows Farm, West Virginia, USA wedding close up pic of the bride's ring as she hugs her new husband
Dolly Sods - West Virginia pre-wed picture session on a Foggy afternoon in the woods
Blackwater Falls Sunset West Virginia Engagement Portraits high above the valley
Into the ferns... Engagement Portraits in Blackwater Falls West Virginia

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where can I find a photographer for a short-notice, small West Virginia wedding?
A: There are many WPJA photographers who are able to help you out at a moment's notice. We understand that sometimes love happens and there's simply no time to lose. We can ensure that you can get married as quickly as possible — and have incredible photographs to remember your West Virginia wedding day by.
Q: How can couples find West Virginia photographers for pre-wedding engagement portraits?
A: The WPJA issues Diamond Awards for West Virginia wedding photographers to showcase their best engagement photography work. These awards are given to photographers who prove that they have an ability to be creative, artistic, and intuitive while working on-location with couples who are newly engaged.
Q: How can couples find reviews of West Virginia wedding photographers?
A: We call them Client Letters. At the WPJA, we decided more than 20 years ago to avoid incorporating those third-person testimonials and endorsements that are found all too often in advertisements. Instead, we elevated our listings with the use of Client Letters, which represent the actual words and feelings of the clients who booked those West Virginia wedding photographers for their own wedding.
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