This past weekend was beyond beautiful. Carrie and Jeremy’s celebration was filled with genuine hugs, joyful tears, and thoughtful gifts. I caught myself shedding tears right along with everyone else.
Ben and Becca chose The Inn at Vint Hill in Warrenton, VA as their venue to say “I Do”, and it couldn’t have been more breathtaking. With the help of family and friends to create sentimental details like handmade wooden signs made by the grooms father and the Chuppah where Ben and Becca became man and wife along with the beautiful backdrops that The Inn at Vint Hill had to offer it’s no wonder their day came together perfectly. It was truly a team effort and family affair.
There’s something to be said about simplicity and sentimentality of joining together as husband and wife in your Grandparent’s home where you grew up, which is exactly what Gina and Elliot did. They said their I Do’s with their closest friends and family members in a space that encapsulates warm memories and tremendous love. It’s just too sweet to not get a little caught up in.
Katie grew up surrounded by sports, her dad has been a coach for as long as I can remember, and of course she married a coach, so it was only fitting that their wedding be sports themed. I know Katie and I had conversations prior to the day where she was worried about pulling this off in an elegant and tasteful way, but I have to tell you first hand that their hard work and effort paid off and their day was beautiful.
Ben and Becca are one of the sweetest couples I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Their love story is one of strength, devotion, and constant love. They’ve been together now for 6 and half years and during that time have endured a good bit of long distance, but their dedication to one another has finally paid off. Soon they get to settle into life together and celebrate their I Do’s with family and friends this fall.