Wood and steel intertwine into twisting barrel roll drops, dynamic inversions and gravity-defying weightlessness on Kings Dominion’s newest hybrid roller coaster – Twisted Timbers – slated to open in the spring of 2018.
Twisted Timbers is an innovative hybrid coaster that uses the latest technology to combine wood supports with a steel track to give riders an exhilarating experience with maneuvers previously unimaginable on a traditional wooden coaster. The coaster is designed by Rocky Mountain Construction of Idaho, a company renowned for reimagining wooden coasters. Features of the ride include:
Twisted Timbers will be located in the Candy Apple Grove section of the park and is themed to an abandoned apple orchard on the edge of town. The story behind the coaster is that an unknown force – supernatural or natural– destroyed the harvest years ago and froze the orchard in time; now the strictly “off-limits” orchard has reopened for tours, with the twisted ride as its highlight.
Also new in 2018 is WinterFest, an immersive holiday experience in which the park will be transformed into a winter wonderland complete with uniquely themed areas, multitudes of Christmas trees, millions of lights, ice-skating, entertainment, food, crafts and hands-on activities. A nightly tree lighting ceremony will kick off each evening of the imaginative holiday event. The park’s fountain on International Street will be transformed into Snowflake Lake, an area where guests can enjoy ice skating in the shadow of the iconic Eiffel Tower; the tower will be converted into a 300-foot Christmas tree complete with a state-of-the-art light show as snow falls over the midway.
Winterfest visitors will be able to enjoy holiday-themed live entertainment in more than a dozen shows like Cool Yule Christmas, Jingle Jazz, and a special production of Snoopy’s Ice Show. Classic Peanuts™ characters along with special Winterfest entertainers like Jack Frost, the Sugar Plum Fairy and Candy Cane will meet and interact with guests. Kids can help elves mail letters to Santa at the North Pole Post Office, and decorate cookies in Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen. Shoppers may select unique holiday gifts at Crafter’s Corner, featuring handmade goods from some of Virginia’s best crafters. Throughout the event, guests will be able to enjoy dozens of the park’s rides and attractions.
“2018 is going to be an amazing year for our guests,” said Gary Chadwick, vice president and general manager, Kings Dominion. “Twisted Timbers raises the bar for Kings Dominion’s high thrill level, and adrenaline junkies everywhere will crave experiencing its astonishing twists and revolutions over and over again. This, added to the immersive Winterfest seasonal event, will let our guests experience the park in an entirely different way, creating new family traditions. These investments demonstrate our continued commitment to position Kings Dominion as a dynamic world class destination.”
Guests may enjoy unlimited rides on Twisted Timbers as well as admission to WinterFest with the purchase of a 2018 Gold Season Pass, available now at the lowest price of the season, or a free Kings Dominion Pre-K Pass that provides children between three and five years of age with complimentary admission all season long. Gold season passholders receive unlimited access to Kings Dominion and its Soak City water park; entry to special events like Halloween Haunt, The Great Pumpkin Fest and Winterfest; free parking and exclusive discounts; and one free visit to the park in 2017. Special pricing ends October 29, 2017.
We visited Water Country in Williamsburg a couple of weeks ago and the kids had a BLAST!! We spent 7 hours there and I honestly think they could have stayed 7 more! We don't have passes to theme parks so this was a treat for them this summer! We went for the first time last year and I knew we would be back...I'm not sure if that is because Jay and I had such a good time or the kids...it took us bribing them with ice cream to get out of the lazy river(which they had probably been in for close to an hour!) Ha!
The first ride you see when you walk into the park is the Colossal Curl. This ride is my favorite by far! I can't remember the last time I got butterflies, but this definitely did it for me! It was also slightly scary watching how high we went up in the funnel and hoping my kids were holding on tight(that's the mom in me!)
I love that they have several water playgrounds for little ones and plenty of places to relax!(See above photo.) My son Carter and his friend wanted to play in the kiddie area for a bit and although they are probably a bit big for that play place, they had fun nonetheless!
During our 7 hour adventure, we were able to ride every single ride! The lines move relatively fast and most of the time you are wet from the last ride so it's never really hot!
They have several places to snack or eat a meal at throughout the park. My kiddos ate a burger and chicken strips with fries and I got a made-to-order Tex-Mex salad bowl! They also have subs, wraps, pizza, hot dogs, icecream, funnel cakes, nachos, a candy shop, you name it! And an added bonus.....wine and draft beer! To make things easier, we did the Quick Pay cashless wristband which lets you make purchases without having to carry your purse around!
My kids love the wave so that occupied them for a while so I could enjoy some sunshine! And if sunbathing isnt your thing, they offer private cabanas! Seating was a bit hard to find at the wave pool, so it may be wise to reserve either a lounger or a cabana for the day!
I think the best thing about Water Country is that it is just three miles from Busch Gardens and they do offer passes/tickets for both parks! AND they are close to Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown so you can make a whole weekend out of it if you would like or just go for the day...the hour drive is not bad at all!
They have an abundance of water slides and it is fun for kids of all ages! Below is a map of the park to give you a better idea on
To learn more, visit their website:
Our family took a long weekend trip to VA Beach a couple of weeks ago and did so many fun things while we were there! Of course, we were at the beach so the sand and water were our main attractions and we did a lot of packed lunches and snacks....BUT we knew that we wanted to have one really nice meal while we were there and while researching for great restaurants, I found 11th Street Taphouse Bar & Grille. They currently have one restaurant that opened in 2010(the VA Beach location) and have since then opened three additional restaurants in Maryland.
It also is conveniently located inside of the Hampton Inn hotel! Had we stayed at this particular hotel, we probably would have eaten here every meal! The restaurant itself is very relaxed...it is a perfect spot for either a date night or family outing. I love that they have acoustic music each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and the patio outside was perfect for our dinner that evening. We were next to the ocean so the breeze felt amazing and the live music made for a such a wonderful dinner. They even had giant jenga which kept our kiddos occupied while waiting for our entrees! Their menu has a nice variety of food options.....they have something for everyone with seafood being the star dishes! Their draft list includes about 32 taps, most of which they try to keep local. If you know anything about me, you know that I LOVE a good beer, so of course we ordered a couple of beers local to VA Beach!
We started with the Beach Lobster Dip which had lobster, artichoke, ale and cheese and served with blue corn chips. It was so tasty! Just the right amount of lobster, cheese and artichoke...it was creamy, not runny like a lot of restaurants make "dip." My daughter is an extremely picky eater and I was surprised when she decided to try it! Well, I am happy to say that she loved it!
Next up were the main entrees! I got the Shrimp and Crab Boat which had three cheese cream, parmesan cheese, garlic herb potatoes and buttered green beans. It was so tasty and being that seafood is my favorite choice of food, I was in heaven! I wanted to make sure I tried a little of every dish, and I am so glad I did!
Carter ordered the Crabcakes which had a cucumber dill aoli and served with herb potatoes and buttered green beans. He said they were delicious and had a lot of flavor! I thought they had just the right amount of breading to crab ratio and the aoli went so well! Carter felt so special and grown up ordering from the adult menu and he LOVES crabcakes so he was as happy as a lark!
Jay got the Tuna which had a honey sriracha glaze, mandarin crab peanut slaw, jasmine rice and buttered green beans. The tuna was seared perfectly, had a lot of flavor, and all paired so well together! It had a little spice to it, but not overbearing!
And finally, Kaleigh's dish! The Surf and Turf was probably my favorite dish of the night. It was a 6 ounce filet mignon topped with sauteed shrimp in a buttery sauce with roasted potatoes and wilted spinach. The steak was perfectly cooked and was bursting with flavor in every bite! The shrimp paired so well and the buttery sauce was simply amazing!
Onto desserts! All of the desserts are made in house and although we were full from dinner, we just had to try them! Jay and I shared the Carrot Cake which was to DIE for!! It was incredibly moist and oh so good! Jay doesn't even like carrot cake and he LOVED every bite! I didn't get the chance to try the S'mores Fudge Brownie that the kids ordered because the devoured it in .2 seconds! Haha! But I am assuming it was delicious as well!
Our server, Amanda, was so sweet and took great care of us! She was able to answer any questions we had about the menu and make suggestions for us! We spoke with Amy, the general manager, who said that the restaurant's goal is have happy customers 100% of the time. They strive to build community within their restaurant and love when people choose to make 11th Street their "regular" hangout spot. The aim to have quick service but don't rush to get you out the door. They want you to enjoy your visit. They also encourage large group outings and try to create an atmosphere that is both casual enough to to be on a date or out with your family. Having the restaurant in the hotel makes it especially convenient for those there for vacation, business trips, etc and it allows the restaurant to remain open year round!
We enjoyed our dining experience and definitely recommend 11th Street Taphouse as a go-to spot for when you visit VA Beach! Below is more information!
Sunday - Thursday 11:30AM-11PM
Friday & Saturday 11:30AM-1:30AM
Sunday-Friday from 3-6pm.
$2 Off Selected Beers, Wines by the Glass and Well Drinks.
Address: 1011 Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Phone Number: (757) 321-8354
All in all, it was such a fun time! The little bit of nervousness I felt was immediately calmed when my youngest got right up there and did it with ease! He isn't a dare devil so I was nervous that he would be too afraid, but he did great! Our instructor was fantastic and I loved seeing the smiles on everyone's faces as they came out of the tunnel! Each flight is only 60 seconds in length, but surprisingly, it seems like much longer! My favorite part was the "high fly," an add-on which, in my opinion, is a must have!! This is another 60 second flight, but unlike the regular flight which you are low to the ground(see photo below), this flight you actually go up about 20-25 feet with another instructor and it is AWESOME! The last photo of my husband with the flight instructor will give you a better idea! I am so glad we did this and I have a feeling we will be back!
Carter says, "It was amazing because it felt like you were really skydiving...the only thing missing was a parachute!"
Kaleigh, "It was really fun! I felt like a bird!"
Jay says, "It was an awesome experience! I couldn't stop smiling the entire time!"
Below is a short clip from the "high fly" option! SO much fun!
I wanted to share some additional information on iFLY in VA Beach! You can always check out their website(below) to learn more! They specialize in custom events, field trips, and birthday parties! They also have catering options and education programs available. If you plan to take a trip to VA Beach, I would definitely add this to your bucket list!
iFLY in VA Beach is located at:
2412 Pacific Avenue
Hours of Operation
Mon-Sun: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
It's that time of year! Summer is upon us, and parents and care-givers are looking for some engaging options for their children while school is out. Check out some of Richmond's best summer camps below!
Martial Arts West End
Summer camp with Martial Arts of West End is unique! We offer multiple field trips weekly, and activities tailored to your child’s age group and growing abilities! At Martial Arts of West End, we focus on building character, respect, and having lots of fun! We have martial arts class every day, in addition to a day packed full of activities for our summer camp children!
Visit our website to learn more.
Spotlight Acro and Cheer
Spotlight Acro and Cheer in Mechanicsville offers TWO types of camps to choose from:
Fun N Fit Camps
With our half day Fun N Fit Camps, your kids will be having so much fun, they won’t even realize they’re actually getting exercise too! Fun N Fit Camps get rising 1st through 6th graders moving all morning long. Camps run in 2-week sessions with drop off allowed as early as 8:30 AM. Scheduled activities go from 9 AM- 12 PM.
Our week-long tumble camps are a half day of tumbling fun! Kids 5-15 get extra time with the coaches to work on their favorite tricks, improve form, increase flexibility and endurance; dance, cheer and have a blast. Whether or not your child has experience in dance, cheer, acro or tumbling, they’ll get turns at all of the above. All levels are welcome as groups will work with kids in their similar skill levels. While they’ll be keeping plenty busy jumping, dancing and tumbling, we will have break times for a variety of different activities to make sure it’s their favorite part of the summer.
Visit SpotlightAcro.com to register or call (804) 453-ACRO to learn about our Summer Camp Promotions.
Join us for a summer in the spotlight! Whether you have a budding star on your hands, a creative thinker, or a child that needs some confidence building, we offer something for all ages 5 to 17. From June-August, eight different acting camp workshops are held in our intimate black-box theatre, where no auditions are needed and all get their moment to shine. From Camp Broadway to Sci-Fi and Fantasy Explosion, Fairy Tale Theatre and Improv Play Creation, all eight camps are different and appeal to a wide range of interests. Celebrating 24 years serving the RVA community.
For full listings/descriptions/registration visit us at www.hattheatre.org
Call 804-343-6364 for questions or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SwimRVA Summer Camp incorporates a variety of fun aquatic programming for a well-rounded fitness-filled camp to help build self-confidence in every child. We give your child a quality summer camp led by top aquatic professionals in the greater Richmond region. Students will build their swimming skills while incorporating fun aquatic activities including LOG ROLLING, SPLASH BALL, WATER POLO, INTRO TO CPR, BOATING SAFETY, TEAM OLYMPICS, OUTDOOR FUN and MORE!
Contact: Dr. Debbie Kelo (Director of Programs) 804-271-8271 or Email
Jay and I had a date night this past Friday at the Veil. We had been there once before, but it was later in the evening so we didn’t stay long enough to experience how much fun it can be! It was a beautiful Friday evening and the place filled with lively chatter, smiles and good beer. The Veil has some of the best tasting beer in my opinion and(this may sound strange) but I love the color of the beer! Its so pretty :)
They have a large space both inside and out. The inside is very modern and I really love what they have done with it. The bar where you purchase you beer is absolutely beautiful! It reminds me of an upscale brewery…especially since the beers are filled in lovely wine glasses! The inside also has a private event space that you can use should you want to host an event(which we are doing this month!) Even the bathrooms are stunning! The outside is a large, open space with picnic tables and they always have a food truck available.
The atmosphere at the Veil is relaxed and almost always busy. I definitely feel that they strive to make more of an upscale atmosphere for a brewery and there are servers who are constantly making rounds to pick up empty wine glasses. It definitely is a great spot for a date night, and with it being in Scott’s Addition and so close to some great restaurants, I can see why they stay so busy.
We did a Q&A with the Veil to learn more about what they have to offer, you can read all about it below!
Q: How long have you been open?
A: Opened April 16, 2016. Just celebrated our One Year Anniversary.
Q: What sets you apart from other breweries?
A: We strive for excellence in all that we do - from the high quality ingredients we use in our beers to the aesthetics and customer service in our tasting room. Our head brewer has been able to study under the best breweries in the world, including Hill Farmstead and Cantillon brewery in Belgium. If his product is not up to excellent standards, it will not be served.
Q: How many beers do you have on tap?
A: We can range from 2-8+ weekly..depending on if we’ve been wiped out or not from busy days.
Q: How often do you bring in new beers?
A: We can new beers every Tuesday. These beers are also available on draft. Both the draft and cans are available until they sell out.
Q: What are your goals when it comes to customer service? What do you strive to do to make it a pleasant experience for guests?
A: We strive for our tasting room staff to serve with kindness, efficiency and valuable knowledge about our beers. We desire for our guests to enjoy our beers and atmosphere.
Q: Upcoming events?
A: All events are listed on our Facebook page. We focus on beer releases, holidays and special festivals.
Q: Do you have live music?
A: We currently focus more on having DJ’s for special events and festivals.
Q: Do you host private events? How many people will it hold?
A: We have a private space attached to the main tasting room that can hold up to 50 people. Catering is welcomed and the space is great for events, networking and parties.
We had such a great time enjoying some refreshing beer and good conversation and are SO excited to be hosting our event this month at the Veil! Be sure to get your eventbrite tickets here!
To learn more about The Veil and all they have to offer, visit their website: http://www.theveilbrewing.com/home/
Open hours are:Tuesday - Thursday 4PM-9PM
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/theveilbrewing/
Instagram handle: https://www.instagram.com/theveilbrewing/
-Address: Find us at 1301 Roseneath Rd. Richmond, VA, 23230
in the Scott's Addition neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia.
Photos by Ashley Glasco Photography
Jay and I visited Strangeway’s Brewing this past Saturday and had the pleasure of meeting with Erin, the events coordinator at the brewery. We have visited here a couple of times before and always look forward to their uniquely named brews that are simply delicious(and sometimes a little strange) ;) Each time we have visited, we have always felt welcomed and this day was no exception. I like to think of Strangeway’s as an all-inclusive and accommodating brewery….a place where there is something for everyone.
Strangeway’s was one of the first breweries to open along with Hardywood, Legend and Richbrau(now closed). The inspiration for Neil Burton(the owner) to open came from when he was studying International Business in Austria and Germany, and found a love for beer. From this life changing event, he knew on day he wanted to open a brewery in Virginia. Being a big fan of the band, The Smiths, the name of the brewery was inspired by their album “Strangeways, Here We Come”, naturally. ;) And so it was, May 29, 2013, that Strangeways officially opened.
While we were there, Erin took us on a tour of the building, showing us both rooms for tastings and private events and the area where their beers are made! The outside parking lot has picnic tables and an area for corn hole, perfect for warm outside weather. Inside the front room there are more tables, a large area with a quirky bar, and some of the most unique art I have ever come across. I love the wide open space they have, and the back room is even bigger. The back room has another bar, a large area for seating, and it also serves as the area where private events are held and of course, the place where the brew-making happens!
The atmosphere was very relaxed, casual and comfortable. They have such an eclectic, almost peculiar vibe, and they pride themselves in that. They also strive to stay locally oriented as much as possible. They host events including trivia and burlesque nights, but also have family-inclusive aspects such as complimentary juice boxes, goldfish, & coloring pages for children, and their outdoor seating is dog-friendly as well. In addition, they offer food trucks Friday-Sunday, have corn hole out front, arcade games in the back, and offer light snacks to satiate your hunger if the food trucks are not present. You are even able to bring your own food if you would like, and they have a jukebox! I think I could spend an entire day there! :)
Currently, Strangeway’s is the largest provider of sour beer in Virginia and they usually have 36+ beers on tap, all ranging from IPAs, sours, ales, porters, stouts, and NOW serving local Virginia ciders! They are actually the first brewery tasting room to serve cider! And to think, Strangeway’s began its venture with only two flagship beers, both which remain on tap today, Albino Monkey Belgian White Ale(one of my favorites) and Woodbooger Belgian Brown Ale(one of Jay’s favorites). They release new beers each month and often times collaborate with local businesses for new releases. My favorite beer at the moment is the Sugar Shack Samoa Porter which released in late March.
I can’t say enough great things about their beer. They really do have something for everyone…whether you like sweet, tart, rich, creamy, sour, malty, light…the list goes on! I love reading the names of the beer. I know that sounds strange, but if you are into craft beer, you know you can always count on the creative names that Strangeways comes up with. Take “Lucky Charms” for instance….this particular beer received its name because it is on the sweeter side, and when tasted it has been said to bring you back to one of your favorite cereals from childhood. They have such a wide range of beers and are constantly creating more! They have won awards multiple years for the “Best Brewery Tasting Room in Virginia” according to RateBeer.com, and their Überlin Berliner Weisse Sour, took a gold medal in the Sour European Ale category at the 2016 Virginia Craft Brewers Cup Awards.
One thing I really love about Strangeway’s was their “can on demand.” They are actually the first breweries in Virginia to offer anything like this! The Can•able, also known as a crowler, is exactly what it sounds like. It can be filled at the brewery with any of their fresh draft beers, and stays good for up to 60 days. I love this concept because they are perfect for a beach day or any place that does no allow glass. AND on your birthday, you can fill up 32 ounce beer stein for a special price of only $5, so I know where I will heading in September! ;)
What made our experience so pleasurable was the friendly staff and attentive service. The staff is knowledgeable with all of the beers, and are always willing to find something that you will enjoy. They have such a variety of unique flavors…from sweet to tart and from hoppy to rich and malty, so it can be a bit overwhelming at first, especially if you are new to the beer world. But the staff are very prompt and happy to assist, making it easy in the long run to find that perfect beer. The music is great too, and the lively conversation makes this place alive and thriving with good vibes.
Strangeways also hosts events in which they are quite flexible when it comes to hosting. They can hold up to about 75 people with tables and seating, and you are even able to bring in your own live music if you so desire. The space lends itself so well to work with many groups and organizations, and they hold monthly fundraisers to help out with community(always a plus in my book!)
In September, they announced that they ill be opening a second production brewery and taproom in Fredericksburg this summer. It is a 10,100 square foot building on almost 3 acres and will feature a 10-barrel brewhouse, a taproom, live event space, a private event space, retail shop, arcade, and outdoor beer garden. I definitely foresee a trip up to Fredericksburg in our future!
We had such a great time learning about Strangeways, and enjoying some really unique beers, and we are SO excited to be hosting our event this month there! So be sure to get your eventbrite tickets here!
To learn more about Strangeways and all they have to offer, visit their website: http://strangewaysbrewing.com/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StrangewaysBrewing
Instagram handle: https://www.instagram.com/strangewaysrva/
-Address: 2277A Dabney Rd, Richmond, VA 23230
Phone number: (804) 303-4336
FOR A PREMIUM CRAFT BEER EXPERIENCE AND MORE STRANGEWAY’S PROUDLY OFFERS:
• 36+ Unique Beers on Tap
• Organized Brewery Tours on Saturdays (noon-2pm) & Self-Guided Tours (other tasting room hours)
• Private Party Bookings
• Kid Friendly (free juice boxes, fruit snacks, & coloring pages)
• Dog Friendly in the Biergarten
• Indoor Tasting Rooms
• Beer and Bottles Available To Go
• Snacks and Soft Beverages Available
• Food Trucks
• Friendly and Knowledgeable Customer Service
• Music Weekly
• Brews & Burlesque Monthly
• Gift Cards Available
“Think strange. Drink strange.”
Photos by Ashley Glasco Photography
Meet Christina, the amazing wedding coordinator at Celebrations at the Reservoir! She attended Longwood University to become a teacher, however, during her senior year in college, she decided to pursue the wedding industry as a wedding coordinator. After doing her very first wedding on her own, she knew she had found her true passion. She was in love! She truly believes that if you love what you do and do what you love, you won't work a day in your life! She admits that she does have some (very, very) long, hard, detailed, and emotional days, but at the end of a weekend when every single one of her brides is happy, it's all worth it. And she could not imagine doing anything else.
Describe yourself in three words:
patient, organized, loving
What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
I very much enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. I would love to attempt being a nutritionist. My boyfriend and I enjoy creating yummy dishes that are still healthy and nutritious.
What are your professional goals for the next six months?
We are working to bring in more corporate events during the week.
What do you consider your greatest professional achievement?
My boss decided she would "take a little nap" for two months in the middle of bridal season. To say I was a worried mess is an understatement (about her and my weddings!) We have an amazing team here at Celebrations that I am grateful for everyday. With their help, we pulled off over 60 perfect weddings without our boss. I was extremely proud.
How do you maintain a work/life balance?
I've learned that if I wake up just a bit earlier in the morning, I have extra "me time". I like to straighten up my home, meal prep for the day, and get in a workout. This way, once I get into the office, I feel refreshed and ready to go!
What websites do you visit every day?
PINTEREST! I love finding new recipes, DIY projects for our home, cleaning tips & tricks, and of course wedding ideas for all of my brides!
What are your top three favorite people/places/things to do in your city?
Enjoy a beautiful stroll in Carey Town, A country concert at Innsbrook After Hours, A good run (and swim for puppy!) at Belle Isle!
What is your goal for retirement?
To enjoy my family & traveling
Do you have any advice for women who'd like to start their own company?
Many times if you just believe in yourself, you'd be surprised at what you are able to accomplish!!
Any final comments?
Finding your passion in life is such a blessing. Just driving into our beautiful driveway each morning while enjoying the wildlife and scenery is one of my favorite part of the day. I couldn't work at a more beautiful place!
Be sure to check out Celebrations at the Reservoir! It is beautiful!
We had such a great time at our Girls Night out at Conch Republic in Richmond! Thanks to all the vendors who participated!
It was such a pleasure to meet everyone, we cannot wait for next month at Celebrations at the Reservoir and Dave and Busters in Short Pump!
Photos by KSmithson Photography
Who else is excited for the weekend? I'm sure I am not the only one who looks forward to the weekend, but Fridays are especially fun in our house because its a cook-free night. We order pizza every Friday and today just happens to be National Cheese Lover's Day! Even more of a reason to order pizza! Another favorite tradition on Friday's are cocktails! We always love finding new recipes each week, so earlier in the week I decided to scroll through Pinterest to find a yummy recipe using Deep Eddy Vodka. I LOVE this brand and they have so many great flavors! I am excited for 5:00...it can't get here soon enough! TGIF everyone!
For more recipes with Deep Eddy Vodka, be sure to check out their website:
Photo by Ashley Glasco Photography
Hello there! My name is Ashley and I am a wedding and portrait photographer based in Richmond, Virginia. I am also a wife and mother and LOVE event planning! I enjoy discovering new restaurants, visiting local breweries and exploring RVA while hosting monthly Girls Night Out events. You can usually catch me with my laptop and a cup of coffee!