Maegan and Andrew enjoyed a lovely wedding day at one of the most beautiful wedding venues EVER, Early Mountain Vineyard, near Charlottesville. Their early March wedding was filled with cozy, romantic details, as a perfect way to close out the winter season, and Early Mountain is such a beautiful spot for a winter wedding, with the two roaring fireplaces and twinkling candlelight. Their wedding ceremony and reception were inside, and the simple, yet elegant style of design, filled with neutral flowers and greenery, that Maegan was drawn to, was an absolutely beautiful compliment to the space! Centerpieces were low arrangements filled with lots of textured white flowers and greenery, and the head table was designed with a eucalyptus greenery garland lining the middle, with pops of blooms throughout!
Maegan’s bouquet was filled with lots of neutral blooms, including garden roses, spray roses, ranunculus, and anemones (my favorite), and the bridesmaids wore champagne- a perfect compliment to the florals! Another fun detail were the shotgun shell ranunculus boutonnieres- I love when couples go outside the box and create unique ideas for their florals that are personal to them! 🙂 One of my most favorite parts of their wedding day was their sweet Corgi pup, Tucker!! He is SO cute, and was decked out in a greenery leash for his walk down the aisle and posed in lots of photos with Maegan and Andrew wearing a very dapper bowtie! I think it’s so precious when couples include their pets as part of their wedding- they are part of your family, so why not?! Their wedding day was photographed by Anna Schmidt Photography, who did such a wonderful job, and I also loved working alongside Kim Newton Events, who coordinated all the details perfectly! Enjoy! 🙂