Elisabeth and Josh were married on a gorgeous summer day in June. A rustic feel with a comfortable, relaxed style characterized the wedding. Hermitage Hill Farm and Stables provided the beautiful backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the charming reception space. Ward Photography captured all of the lovely details.
Elisabeth carried an asymmetric, loose bouquet of ivory and pink. We used “Patience” and “Quicksand” roses, “Majolica” spray roses, rosemary, dusty miller, pink ranunculus, and silver dollar eucalyptus. The stems were tied with an ivory satin ribbon and pinned with pearls.
The groomsmen wore unique boutonnieres that reflected the style and setting of the wedding. Baby’s breath, pink astrantia, and sprigs of lavender were arranged in shotgun shells, tied with an ivory ribbon.
For the ceremony, we placed hanging glass, hobnail mason jar arrangements along the aisle. A combination of white hydrangea, pink and ivory roses, blush delphinium, astrantia, and greenery filled each jar.
The reception centerpieces were varied and created an air of rustic elegance. Tourterelle lanterns topped with lush greenery and loose arrangements in mason jars were placed atop natural wooden slabs. Vintage mercury glass votives and green moss circled the centerpieces.
Thank you to Elisabeth and Josh for allowing us to be a part of their special day! Also, thank you to all of the amazing vendors for making this wedding so spectacular!