Welcome back to the second part of Amelia and Paul’s wedding in Virginia! Their cozy tented wedding was sprinkled with rustic details inspired by Virginia’s horse country. (And make sure you check out their traditional wedding ceremony first!) Deb Lindsey Photography was on hand to capture every sweet moment of their wedding at home with pinks and orange details tucked in throughout. And, as a special treat, tomorrow we are sharing their rehearsal dinner, too!
From Amelia: I didn’t have a specific vision in mind from the beginning. I just knew I wanted my wedding to be at my grandmother’s house, and to highlight the rustic beauty of horse-country in Virginia. I wanted to share that with all of my family and friends who had never experienced it by throwing a nice party with good food, drinks and dancing!
We used burlap colored linen and cut squares that would be part of the center piece for the tables. For table numbers, we used years and printed pictures of myself or my husband from that year, and put them on mini easels (which my mom painted white).
Thank you so much Amelia and Paul for sharing your wedding reception with us! The following Washington DC area wedding professionals contributed to their wedding:
Ceremony Venue: Trinity Episcopal Church
Officiants: Rob Banse and Mark Diters
Reception Venue: Private Residence
Photography: Deb Lindsey Photography
Videography: Dolce Studio Films
Wedding Planner: Amy VanMeter Events
Floral Design: Buttercups Floral Design
Bridal Attire: Lovely Bride
Hair and Makeup: My Mobile Salon
Groom’s Attire: Indochino
DJ: One and Done Events, DJ Mike Weiss
Rentals: Grand Rental Station
Catering: Savoire Fare
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Photo Credits: Deb Lindsey Photography