Another Hurricane Irene Wedding, River Farm Romance, and More
We do the research so you don’t have to: inspiring DC-area weddings from our favorite blogs
Rustic chic in the midst of a hurricane. Photograph by Egomedia Photography
As you probably can guess, we have a soft spot for Hurricane Irene weddings. So we were delighted to see Emily and Dave’s rustic wedding, shot by Egomedia Photography (see photo above). The couple took the messy weather in stride, even though half of their guests couldn’t make it—you can tell that they just wanted to get married, no matter what the weather gods had to say about it.
—United With Love
Want to see one of our favorite wedding dresses ever? Check out this romantic River Farm wedding coordinated by the talented sisters of Amber Karson Events. And the bride’s gown by Delphine Manivet, will have you swooning, we promise.
The bride in this Somerset, Virginia, affair describes her backyard wedding as “Old Europe meets the South.” We couldn’t have described it better ourselves. Such gorgeous weddings coming out the Charlottesville area these days.
—Elizabeth Anne Designs
The Something Navy blog is one of our recently-discovered favorites. It focuses on military weddings, and you know how we love a groom in uniform. This week, they posted some cute engagement photos, taken at the Marine Barracks—what a unique site for a photo shoot!
There’s something about a vineyard wedding, and this one at the Running Hare Vineyard in Prince Frederick, Maryland, is no exception. We love how the couple effortlessly combines vintage romance with a rustic-chic vibe. So well done.
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