Micro weddings & elopements are trending.
There is something magical at play during every wedding, but put together a winter holiday and a wedding and that brings out a little extra magic to the day.
I can’t believe it has been just about a year since Julie & John tied the knot on a snowy December day at Whitehall Estate in Western Loudoun County. Leading up to the day, all Julie hoped for was for a bit of snow to fall on this special day, and this is where the magic plays in. Leave it all the faith & hope during the holidays and a little wedding spirt because Julie got her snowy carriage ride and it was one of the most amazing parts of this day. Because yes there was snow, but you guys, the amount of love shared at this event was beyond anything I can describe in words.
The vows they shared with each other the sweet & kind words from their parents and the evolvement of all the grandkids made the ceremony one to remember. Along with a fun dancing and cake filled night! So to all you couples out there thinking about if a holiday wedding is for you, take a look at these love birds and say yes to a winter holiday wedding!
And what a team of vendors:
Venue: Whitehall Estate
Church: Bethany United Methodist
Photography: Stephanie Leigh Photography & Design
Floral Design: JR FLowers
Cake Design: The Cake Boutique
Carriage: Harmon Carriage
videographer: An Affair To Remember