September 30, 2011
Welcome back to the gorgeous 2nd half of Margaret & Chip’s wedding day. Get ready to feast your eyes on the loveliness that Easton Events, Pat’s Floral and Ron Meek created for the happy couple and their very lucky guests. We’re so happy it didn’t all blow away!
Venues: St. John’s Epsicopal Church and Boonsboro Country Club, Lynchburg, VA
Event Planing: Easton Events
Florist: Pat’s Floral Designs & Ron Meek & Co.
Catering: Boonsboro Country Club
Baker: Cooks Alley
Gown Designer: Watters Brides
Hair: Anthony & Co.
Make-up: Make Up Salon
Bagpiper: John’s Pipes of Argyll
Musicians: Ivy Strings & Liquid Pleasure
Videographer: Ian’s Creations
Tent: Skyline Tents
Look. At. That. Sky!
Seriously amazing light.
Even she couldn’t believe it!
Congratulations, Margaret & Chip!!
Have a great weekend everyone and we’ll see you next week!
September 30, 2011
We hope everyone’s having a great Friday and looking forward to a fun Fall weekend! Before you head out on that hike, though, we’re happy today to share with you the wedding of Margaret and Chip. You might remember Margaret’s bridal session a couple of weeks ago, as well as the little sneak peek of some of their fabulous details. Today you get the main event. We hope you enjoy the ride!
Want more? You can now see the entire wedding gallery, including Margaret’s bridal portraits. The password is Margaret’s maiden name.
Bridesmaid’s wore white, too!
Southern wit and charm, thy name is Margaret and Chip. What with Hurricane Irene bearing down on the East Coast, your wedding could have very easily been literally rained out. And while we had some weather action here and there, it wasn’t anything you or your wedding party couldn’t handle with abundant aplomb. There was such ease and calm and acceptance of whatever the weather happened to bring–it was as if you were fine with whatever Mother Nature had in mind, because you knew what the day was all about saying I Do!
We loved the strong dose of personal touches to the entire day, like you getting ready for your ceremony at your childhood home, Margaret, and that you gleefully saw each other for the first time that day in the backyard garden carefully tended by your mom. The fact that you also married in the same church at which your parents were married, and where you yourself were baptized was further evidence of the strong family and community ties you both hold. It was so cool seeing the photo of your parents as they exited that very same church and then capturing a similar moment of the two of you as you start your lives together. And the tears your brothers both shed as you celebrated with your families immediately after was incredibly touching.
While due to high winds you may not have been able to have your food stations in the beautiful Sperry tent set up on the club’s front lawn that night, your calm and relaxed attitude got magically transmitted to all of your guests, as not one person seemed to mind. We were thrilled to have a brief respite just long enough a few minutes after the sun had set to get some incredibly colorful sunset shots of the two of you. Gorgeous! You don’t get colors like that in the sky without a little crazy weather, and we got it in spades that night. We loved it all (except maybe when it was raining on your parade ). We couldn’t have asked for for tighter, more openly loving, families than yours. Thank you both for having us be a part of your celebration to document it for you. We couldn’t be happier for you both!
September 7, 2011
Oh, we’re loving some of these beautiful detail shots from Margaret & Chip’s southern wedding and can’t wait to share more soon!