This gorgeous wedding sent to us by Elisa B. Photography is harboring one of the coolest ideas I’ve come across in quite some time. In lieu of rice or pom poms, fresh rose petals or bird seed, these guests picked from a smorgasbord of herbs to toss at the newlyweds as they made their way back down the aisle. Genius and so incredibly awesome at the same time. And that is only one of the many reasons why you should spend some time cozying up to the full gallery.
From Elisa B. Photography…Lindsey and Bryce’s engagement session was at The Richmond Museum of Fine Art. Their images were beautiful, and they were great to work with, so we couldn’t wait to see what their day would be like. “I’ve been all over Style Me Pretty” Lindsey had said, “I’m thinking peonies and succulents”. I was sold!
Lindsey did not disappoint! Their day was gorgeous, an outdoor ceremony (only slightly delayed by the rain) and in the background was a historic chapel and a weeping willow. Their custom cupcakes, chalkboard signs, fan programs, and ceremony exit all pointed to the thoughtful decisions Lindsey made about their day.
A wedding day is usually filled with friends and family, but I was struck by, in the midst of all of this, how focused Lindsey and Bryce were on each other. There were so many moments I looked over to see them stealing a kiss or sharing a look. These images were shot in a mix of digital and film media.
Wedding Photography: Elisa B. Photography / Flowers: Jackie Beasley / Event Planning: Sarah Landon / Ceremony + Reception Location: Private Virginia Home / Cupcakes: Cheryl Skaggs of It’s So Fluffy / Bride’s Shoes: Guess / Caterer: Mosaic Unique Events / Ceremony Musician: Kevin A. Kelley / DJ: Mike Michalowicz / Wedding Dress: Watters / Bride’s Hair + Make-up: Nikki at Salon VanDe