Brent and Lydia were married on a glorious Virginia spring day. After a ceremony at Church of Our Savior at Oatland’s PlantationÂ (where the couple went on their second date, and where he proposed), the celebration continued at The Hillsborough Vineyard. Theirs is a wedding which gives a nod to the traditional, but was peppered with intimate and personal details throughout.Â Not a detail was left unfinished, from the scent of the church to the favor signs. Lydia, a talented artist, hand-painted the illustrations for the place cards, programs, favor tags, and table signs, which were named after significant places in the couple’s relationship. The day couldn’t have come together without the help of family. Lydia’s aunt handmade the gorgeous blue toile tablecloths as well as Lydia’s stunning veil, while Lydia’s parents opened their home to those visiting for the wedding. We’re positively in love with Lydia’s gown, a vintage piece purchased by her grandmother for her mother. Loose flowers and greenery designed by Melle FleurÂ echoed the day’s palette of aqua, blue, and green.Â The overall effect of all of the planning is ladylike and elegant, and is beautifully captured in these images fromÂ Sarah Bradshaw Photography!
Photography – Sarah Bradshaw Photography | Ceremony Venue – Church of Our Savior at Oatland’s | Reception Venue – The Hillsborough Vineyard | Floral – Melle Fleur | Day-of Coordination – Tracy Ippolitti | Stationery – Crane’s fromÂ Saint Clair Stationers | Calligraphy – Rebecca Farqhuar | Favors – Alpenglow Cider, Texas Wildflowers, New England maple candies | Catering and Bakery -Â KHF Catering | DJ – Donnell Robinson | Transportation -Â Vintage Limos | Hair Stylist – Alure Salon | Bridesmaids dresses – J.Crew | Gown – Vintage | Alterations – French’s | Jewelry – BHLDNÂ and Barsky | Bride’s Shoes – BHLDN | Suits -Â Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank