Model Johanna is so elegant by the Concord Point lighthouse in Havre de Grace. Wedding photography by Eric Stocklin Photography, LLC.

Harford County wedding and engagement photography is beautiful in any season

One thing’s for sure: Maryland is home to some of the most beautiful scenery around. When you factor in the variety of landscapes to choose from for your wedding day, Harford County is home to some very special options. Whether you’re looking for a classic waterside spot, an elegant mansion, or a rustic farm brewery, there’s something for everyone. I’ve had the pleasure of photographing many beautiful weddings in the area, so I’ll show you some of my recent Harford County highlights. 

Concord Point Lighthouse and Promenade 

If you dream of waltzing waterside for your wedding day, Havre de Grace offers some very beautiful options. 

Located at the point where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, the Concord Point Lighthouse and promenade are a stunning Harford County wedding location that can’t be missed. The Lighthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places and the second oldest lighthouse in Maryland, built in 1827. Rightly so, this beautiful landmark is the symbol of Havre de Grace. 

The Concord Point Lighthouse is situated at the corner of Concord & Lafayette Streets | Havre de Grace, MD 21078. 

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Elegant, stately mansion wedding? Harford County has it.

A stunning twilight moment in front of the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air, Md.

The Liriodendron Mansion 

The historic Liriodendron Mansion was built in 1898 and strikes a stately figure in the woods, edged with stunning boxwood and flower gardens. This beautiful property was the summer home of Dr. Howard A. Kelly, one of the four founding physicians of Johns Hopkins Hospital. Sold to Harford County in the late 1970s, the mansion now serves the community and is managed by the nonprofit Liriodendron Foundation, Inc.

The Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and hosts a variety of special occasions like weddings, private parties, music concerts, plus free community events. Both the Mansion and grounds are filled with beautiful spots that will make your wedding portraits really stand out – and there’s plenty of elegance to go around. The Liriodendron Mansion is located at 502 West Gordon Street, Bel Air, Maryland 21014. Take a closer look here:

Rustic farmhouse style? You’ll love the Falling Branch Brewery

Bride Traci and her groom Al surrounded by the beauty of Falling Branch Brewery in Street ,Md.

Harford County is home to another incredible spot: her very first farm brewery, operating on a fourth-generation farm located in the rolling hills of Street, Maryland. For a rustic barn and beer wedding, Falling Branch Brewery gives you incredibly picturesque views and the perfect setting. The refurbished 1800s timber frame barn warmly welcomes friends and family, giving you plenty of room to celebrate your love on your big day. 

Local brewers at Falling Branch pride themselves on creating Belgian-style and American ales with eccentric character using ingredients grown on location and from other local farms. Suffice to say, this is a great spot for making your day truly unique and memorable. 

Falling Branch Brewery is located at 825 Highland Rd, Street, MD 21154. Check them out here:

Harford County Wedding Photography with Eric Stocklin Photography, LLC 

If you’re looking for an experienced wedding photographer around Baltimore and Harford County Maryland, I’d love to help you achieve the wedding portraits of your dreams. My wedding photography philosophy is based on capturing your special day exactly as it happens, going beyond the traditional poses so that your story takes center stage.  Contact me here to get started!

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