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Real Wedding: Rebecca & Micah

Hundreds of corks served as decor for this couple’s vineyard-inspired nuptials.

By Irina Grechko Published Rebecca and Micah got married July 27, 2013. All photographs by Rachael Foster Photography.

When Rebecca St. George was introduced to Micah Horgen through mutual friends, she instantly thought, “I’m going to marry that handsome boy.” Micah, a bank manager, apparently had similar ideas and quickly asked her out on a date. Turns out their first impressions were correct—a bit less than two years later Micah took Rebecca to Bluemont Vineyards and proposed on a hill overlooking the Virginia countryside. “I was wearing the purple peacoat I wore on our first date,” says Rebecca, a nurse. “After saying a million wonderful things he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.” A vineyard-inspired wedding followed on July 27, 2013.

Details:

Photographer: Rachael Foster Photography

Ceremony Venue: St. Theresa’s Catholic Church

Reception Venue/Caterer: River Creek Club

Event Coordinator: Alejandra Montel, River Creek Club

Bride’s Gown: Casablanca, White Swan Bridal Boutique

Makeup: Julia, Up Do’s for I Do’s

Hair: Erin from Bristles and Shears for the bride and Missy from Up Do’s for I Do’s for the bridesmaids

Groom’s Tux: Egara, Men’s Wearhouse

Cupcakes: Georgetown Cupcake

Florist: Chris Johnson, the Evergreen Floral Group

Flowers: Roses, lisianthuses, tuberoses, cream hydrangeas, dusty miller, lamb’s ears, brunia berries, and succulents

Music/Entertainment: DJ D-Mac & Associates

First Dance Song: “If I Could” by Storyhill

Invitations: Invitations by Dawn

Bride’s Favorite Detail: “My Ivanka Trump shoes and the sparkle in my groom’s eye.”

Groom’s Favorite Detail: “Our wedding koozies for all the guests.”

Biggest Surprise: “That the four flower girls and two ring bearers all made it down the aisle, and the dance party we had on the party bus on the way to the reception.”

Favors: Candy table

Decor Details: “My grandfather passed away years ago, and throughout his life he saved hundreds of wine corks, so we used them as place cards and table number holders. It was neat to have a touch of Pops on our tables,” says Rebecca.

Theme: Vineyard garden lovebird. “We used lots of corks, birdcages, and lanterns.”

Four Words That Describe the Wedding: A true family affair. “I am the oldest of seven kids, and my husband is the youngest of four, so we had a million siblings and in-laws involved,” says Rebecca.

Honeymoon Spot: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Where They Currently Live: San Francisco, CA

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