Every aspect of Rachel and Rob’s wedding was filled with personal touches; from the record-album invitations, to their post-ceremony stroll through downtown Charlottesville, all the way down to Rob’s sparkling boots, every moment of their day showcased both who they are as individuals and as a couple. Even the venues held a special importance for them. The reception was held where Rachel works, and Rob has been doing lighting and sound for the Jefferson Theater, where their ceremony was held, for years. Being a huge fan of film and the theater, I’ve always loved the idea of having a wedding in that type of environment, and watching Rachel and Rob get married in front of the Jefferson Theater stage, you can tell it’s the perfect fit for them. It was a blast to work on such a beautiful and fun wedding, especially one where you can see so much of the couple’s personality all throughout the day. I hope you’ll enjoy their wedding trailer!
Photography – Jamie Kay
Florals/Decor- Phlour Designs
Music licensed via TheMusicBed.com
I was scrolling online a few weeks ago and noticed that one of our 2013 couple’s made the cover of Virginia Living! Instantly it brought me back to that night at The Homestead. What a fun and memorable wedding that was. The couple actually had custom 90′s wayfarer sunglasses made with the hashtag #teddygettingmarried =) The picture I saw online of the couple was just a preview, so had to wait for the magazine to come out to new stands. The other day I popped into B&N and was excited to Jess and Teddy right there on the front cover!
Such a great photo taken by Jeff Greenough, who we love working with…and who I swear either lives at The Greenbrier, or The Homestead because I always see him working weddings at those venues! Anyway, be sure to pick up the new Virginia Living magazine and enjoy watching Jess + Teddy’s trailer below.
This was a very special wedding for us. We’ve gotten to know Nick and Joy over the past year here in Lynchburg, and jumped at the opportunity to shoot their wedding this past Fall in Virginia Beach. Nick and I hit it off pretty quick since we both surf, and he being from Huntington Beach, CA. When I found out Joy was from Virginia Beach like me, it made this process that much more exciting to be a part of. It’s a real treat when our clients become friends, and I’ve been looking forward to their wedding for quite awhile.What was even more awesome was the reception venue they booked, used to be a restaurant I worked at when I lived in VB! This restaurant was also the same location where I had a dvd release party for an independent surf film I produced in 2006. Thank you guys for allowing us to be a part of your beautiful inlet wedding. Best wishes and Merry Christmas to you both, looking forward to visiting you guys at the beach next year!
photography- Andi Grant Photography
coordination- Tanya Keller
dress- Pure English
music licensed via TheMusicBed.com
I’ve waited well over a year to post this trailer. The Prentiss wedding was truly a dream event! Every detail planned for this day was the crème de la crème, and we were fortunate enough to be part of the team. It was a bit overwhelming with a total of 9 media personnels scattered around the grounds of the private estate (3 staff photographers from MSW, 3 wedding photographers, and our three cinematographers). Even with such an exorbitant amount of vendors present, the day still flowed naturally thanks to Easton Events. No one felt more at ease that day than the couple themselves, Kennedy + Greg. Everyone present at the wedding, and anyone who watched their trailer below could feel how heart felt their vows were, and how absorbed they were in that moment. You can view this gorgeous wedding now gracing the pages of the new Martha Stewart Weddings, and also see the trailer featured on marthastewartweddings.com
Music licensed via TheMusicBed.com
Planning/coordination- Easton Events
Jordan first contacted me in early 2012, I cannot believe it has been that long since we first corresponded. She was very laid back on the phone, yet knew exactly what she wanted. In less than 48 hours she booked our services for her 2013 wedding. Later on I found out she was an avid blogger…which is something I always admire in people, especially since I am so bad at blogging regularly in general. Jordan even wrote up a little blog entry on Shaking Hands, very sweet=) In the months that followed, I loved seeing all of the details, and ideas she had for her upcoming wedding. This girl is creative, let me tell you what! So when the day finally came for the Bauman/Slagter wedding, it was amazing to see all of the DIY and Pinterest ideas come to fruition! It was such a stunning, and fun wedding to shoot…also, everyone was quite thrilled with the recent feature on Style Me Pretty! Be sure to watch till the end, there is a little funny moment from the bride=)
photography- L. Hewitt Photography
venue- Evergreen Museum
planner- Eventi Planning
florist- Intrigue Designs
stationary- Julie Song Ink