Last summer we had the pleasure of designing the wedding of Cara and Christopher. This was a gorgeous Loudoun Wedding held at the enchanting Murray Hill. This wedding was featured in the current issue of Washingtonian’s Bride and Groom. Our studio provided the gorgeous florals, lighting, and we designed the event. Genevieve Leiper photography captured the day. Christie from Events In The City handled the coordination services for this special day.
The wedding featured soft blues, popping pinks, and happy orange tones. I used dahlias, hydrangea, roses, spray roses, ranunculus, and green seeded euc.
The couple married overlooking the Potomac River. We used our giant shepherds hooks to hold our floral accents. Evan had these custom designed by an iron worker.
Vases of flowers lined the aisle.
Bridesmaids bouquets popped against the girls spiced wine dresses.
After a beautiful wedding at the manor house, guests walked to the “hollyish” decorated barn.
I designed a progressive seating chart, guests found their seats as they strolled through the woods to the reception barn. Vintage tables enhanced with fresh flowers and decor were stationed along the path.
Our hanging floral chandelier was a major decor accent of the evening.
Beautiful farm tables and vintage lace from Something Vintage Rentals were used to style the bridal party table.
Vintage bottles from the brides grandmother were used on this table as well.
This table was designed to show the thoughtfulness of our amazing groom. Every time Christopher travels, he sends Cara a post card. We used those post cards everywhere to personalize the wedding.
Something Vintage Rentals also provided furniture groupings for guests and bridal party to enjoy.
My Awesome husband Evan did all of the edison lighting for this event.
This was a gorgeous Loudoun Wedding!!! Happy married life Christoper and Cara.