Caitlin and Timothy married on September 1st last year. They had a church wedding with a reception in Loudoun County at the Bluemont Vineyard. I was super excited to see these images from photographer Jessica Schmitt. The pictures are stunning so I am going to share a lot of them with you!! Thanks Jessica for capturing this day perfectly!!!
White dahlia boutonniere with olive branch foliage.
The bride carried white dahlias, white zinnia, white hydrangea, olive branches, seeded euc, white spray roses, queen annes lace, and gomphrena. The use of olive branches was an underlying theme throughout the wedding. All designs included bits of olive branch and the stationery and table numbers also feature a bit of the olive branch.
White bridesmaids bouquets looked striking against navy dresses.
Flower crowns were created with spray roses and olive branches.
In addition to the flowers our studio did the draping for this event. Thanks to my husband Evan who manages this part of our company.
Caitlin made homemade vanilla extract which was bottled for guests to have as party favors. Seriously what a treat!!! Thanks Caitlin, the bottle you shared with our family it was incredible!!!
I was in love with the final look of these tables. Our flowers looked lovely mixed with so many elements created by the family.
Beautiful table runners were hand died by the brides sister.
This was an incredibly beautiful event and we were so happy to be the floral designers on this wedding. Happy married life Caitlin and Timothy!!! This wedding was also featured on Wedding Chicks and can be seen here!!
Special Thanks to the team:
Photography by Jessica Schmitt and Eric Swartz
Flowers: Holly Heider, Chapple Flowers
DJ: Kevin O’Donahue, Kirkabee Deejays
Caterer: Savoir Faire Limited
Ceremony Location: Saint Mark Catholic Church
Veil: Trousseau, http://www.trousseaultd.com
Venue: The Stables at Bluemont Vineyard
Cakes: Taylor Made Cakes
Groomsmen suits: Sarar
Wedding Gown: Casablanca Bridal, White Swan Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: Adrianna Papell, Nordstrom
Getting Ready Robes: Etsy’s Silkandmore