Happy holidays everyone! I have been on a major blogging hiatus during a wonderful busy wedding season, however I am so excited to dive back in and share more of our 2018 weddings! Kicking off with this beautiful one from this past May.
Lacey and Marc, who originally met at their local church group, had a classic, thoughtful celebration that included meaningful details as nods to their cultures and travels together. Marc proposed at the top of a mountain in the Scotland highlands, once he and Lacey reached the peak.
We focused their wedding design concept on reflecting their love and nature and the outdoors, as well as complimenting the natural beauty of the venue, The Black Horse Inn in Warrenton, Virginia. Guests were seated at tables named by cities all over the globe that had a special place in their story. Their wedding took place on derby day, so it made perfect sense for Lacey ride into the ceremony with her parents on horse & carriage (not to mention the Black Horse Inn’s beautiful stables fit the bill!). Grove Lettering Co. designed double sided ceremony programs, with a Chinese translation on the reverse side for Lacey’s family and friends who traveled in from her home country. Their ceremony was officiated by their Reverend from the church where they originally met. Following dinner, Lacey changed into a traditional red Chinese wedding dress to honor her culture. Guests danced the night away and enjoyed the specialty Scotch bar, a nod to the location where they we’re engaged.
Enjoy these beautiful images captured by Rebekah J. Murray Photography, and check out the full vendor team at the bottom of this post!
Venue | Black Horse Inn
Photographer | Rebekah J. Murray Photography
Event Designer | Sarah Kazemburg Events & Styling
Hair and Makeup | Metropolitan Makeup
Florals | Growing Wild Floral Company
Catering | Market Salamander
Stationary | Minted
Calligraphy | Grove Lettering Co.
Horse & Carriage | Harmon’s Carriages
String Musicians | Atoka String Quartet
Wedding Cake | Market Salamander