A Virginia Farm Wedding Filled With Familial Touches
August 23, 2017
Mid Atlantic
FarmSummer Weddings
While family is an integral part of most weddings, some take it to a whole other level. Case in point, this Virginia celebration, where the bridal party was made up of the Bride's sisters AND brothers, the Groom wore a family heirloom Army uniform also worn by his father and grandfather on their wedding days, and the cake was baked by the Mother of the Bride. All of these actions pumped up the love level a ton and we can't get enough. See it all in our gallery filled with Kim Stockwell's pretty pics!
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From Kim Stockwell... The joy on Jordan and Eric's wedding day was palpable. Smiles and laughter filled the mountainside ceremony as they pledged their love to one another. The bride had a very clear vision for her day, she wanted the rolling hills of the ceremony to complement her simplistic neutral aesthetic.

There was a strong emphasis on the importance of family as the bride is one of seven children. The mountainside backdrop was also home to the bride's older sister, Jillian, who was married there in November of 2015. The oldest of the bride's sisters will also marry there in 2018.

She chose to have a mixed gender bridal party as she wanted all of her siblings standing by her side. During the ceremony the bride's father sang as the groom's father officiated their ceremony. The groom wore a family heirloom Army uniform that was worn by his father and his grandfather on their wedding days. The desserts were also a family affair: the wedding cake was baked by the mother of the bride and the pies were prepared by bridesmaid and sister of the bride Jaclyn. Guests were greeted at the reception with eucalyptus lined tables and candle light as the couple shared their first dance under bistro lights. Guests danced as the band played well into the evening. The reception concluded with a joy filled sparkler send off.