Micro weddings & elopements are trending.
Kalero Vineyard was the place to be on September 12th 2020 when Kara & Bobby celebrated their marriage. It wasn’t a traditional wedding day, but what wedding has been this year. These two had planned a spring wedding, went ahead and did the ceremony in June but then had the opportunity to celebrate that love this past Fall. They gathered with their closest family and friends and celebrated with a fun cocktail party in the heartstone barn.
We were given the most lovely evening for this wedding celebration at Kalero Vineyard. The cloud cover gave a romantic moody feel and perfect lighting. I couldn’t be more thrilled with the photographs I captured of Kara & Bobby. The passion, love and laughter really show throughout. A quick stop for a white claw toast and then back to more awesome romantic shots.
When we entered the barn, it was so beautifully decorated. The detailed flower wall and the stunning cake table really showed off all those little details. In contrast to the beautiful stone walls and wooden beams. The barn was breathtaking.
As Kara & Bobby entered the cocktail party, they shared a first dance surrounded by their guests. You could see the joy and feel the love all around the room.
My takeaway from this amazing event is as follows:
- Micro weddings are smaller on the guest list but lack nothing in atmosphere.
- Kalero Vineyard is one of the most stunning venues in Loudoun County.
- Celebrating your marriage months after your ceremony is ALWAYS a good idea.
- no matter what, LOVE wins!
Until next time <3 Stephanie
Venue: Kalero Vineyard wedding
Catering: Smokin’ Willy’s
Florals: Springvale floral
Design: 38 design studio
bridal look: bubbly and brave