Loudoun County Virginia is filled with gorgeous landscapes and Vineyards for as far as the eyes can see. A Loudoun County Wedding is very desirable for many couples on the east coast. Kelli & Takumi had just that, a perfect wedding day at Creek’s Edge Winery in Lovettesville Virginia in October.
Neither of these two love birds are from the area, Kelli is a North Carolina Native and Takumi grew up in Pennsylvania. They met and fell in love while studying at Clemson University. They moved to the DC metro and decided it would be the perfect place for their wedding. Which almost made this a destination wedding for everyone. What a perfect Fall destination to celebrate your love story.
The day of the wedding, the ladies enjoyed the morning at Lansdowne resort getting pampered by the lovely ladies from Lavish Salon and lounging around their suite. When I arrived, the girls were all dressed in their adorable robes, Kelli was calm but so excited for the day.
Creeks edge is an awesome venue to celebrate your loudoun country wedding and first day as a married couple! Not only are there so many amazing places to capture photographs (obviously what the photographer loves about a property!) but also so many great places for your family and friends to celebrate. The ceremony took place with the vines in the backdrop. The reception was in the tasting room, which is filled with rustic touches and a stone fireplace. Add the floral arrangements and lanterns and it was a gorgeous site.
Go ahead, and take a look at this amazing loudoun county wedding, filled with so much love and laughter. I get the warm and fuzzies when I think of all the wonderful moments of the day. The sweet bridesmaids, the loving family and the fun had by all. It really was a perfect day.
Congrats to the newlyweds!!!
photography : Stephanie Leigh Photography & Design
venue: Creek’s Edge Winery
planning: Wedding Muse
floral: Wedding Muse
catering: Merone’s Catering
Hair & Makeup: Lavish Hair Salon & Boutique
DJ: Wizer Productions
Video: An Affair To Remember Video
Pastor: Rev. Richard L. Fuller