Today’s inspiration comes from our Publisher’s daughter’s wedding held on November 11, 2017 at Rixey Manor near Culpeper in Rixeyville overlooking the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Of course when you are the daughter of Virginia Bride Magazine’s owner and publisher expect that the wedding is going to be a DREAM wedding!
This is part 4 of a part 4 series, today we finish this series with the reception which is full of beautiful elements.
All photography by Tim Souza Photography
The below photographs show us how a great photography team can capture and stage those special moments that happen during the rush of the wedding day, a story really, of your wedding timeline. These are memories that you will want to capture in order to remember your day, as it goes by so fast!
Vendor Sources include:
Venue for rehearsal dinner, ceremony, reception, weekend accommodations for bridal party and family members, brunch, hot chocolate bar, bar tending staff
Engagement, bridal portrait and all wedding photos
Rehearsal dinner and all wedding day events videoed
Music, Music, Music and More Music
Ceremony music, reception music, professional up lighting, signature gobo, master of ceremony, after party music
Custom save the dates, invitations, and menu cards
All flowers for ceremony, reception, bridal party, family members
Appetizers, main courses, and drinks
Wine and champagne
Linens, chargers, glass ware, napkins
Lanterns for guest tables, display easels
Rustic farm tables for head table, antique buffet for desserts, table signs
Monogrammed cookie favors, cupcakes, and wedding cake
Rehearsal Dinner Music
Hair styling for bridal party, mother of the bride and groom, grandmothers
Make-up for bridal party
Essense of Australia designer wedding dress for ceremony and reception
Sophia Tolli designer wedding dress for bridal portrait and pre-wedding social media, David Tutera earrings and bracelets
Mother of the bride dress, bride’s maids dresses
Bachelorette wine tour, post wedding transportation by limousine to The Salamander Resort
The Hospitality House Hotel Fredericksburg – Bachelorette party accommodations
Short Honeymoon- ( following wedding weekend) The Salamander Resort and Spa– Middleburg, Virginia
Long Honeymoon- ( Summer of 2018) The Marriott, Aruba
Farm Tables for the head table available at Darling D’s Events of Fredericksburg.
All Floral is by Vogue Flowers of Richmond.
Lanterns available at Bride and Joy of Culpeper.
Table signs available at Darling D’s Events.
Linens, chargers, napkins, and glassware all from Classic Party Rentals of Richmond.
Menu Cards from A Paper Wedding, Lynchburg. Cookie Favors by Sweets and Soirees.
Dessert Buffet available at Darling D’s Events, Wedding Cake and Cupcakes by Sweets and Soirees.
The Seating chart.
Rustic signs went well with the rustic bar.
The Bar Menu.
The signature drink, The Jones Number 7 featured apple cider and bourbon, topped off with Northern Neck Ginger Ale ( a nod to the couple’s home town of Montross in the Northern Neck where the ginger ale originated) and a sliced apple.
Guest Favors -packs of wildflower seeds which featured a design similar to the wedding arch.
Danielle’s bridal portrait was on display in the reception area.
Custom Gobo provided by Music, Music, and More Music of Roanoke.
The new Mr. And Mrs. Paul Jones 111, makes their entrance into the ballroom.
The bride tears up as she hears the speech by her step- father.
The bridal party has some fun.
First course included salad- catering by Big Herms Kitchen, Richmond.
Bride and groom share a moment alone on the roof top bar.
and under the starry sky.
And the garter toss.
The Exit with sparklers signaled an end to the magical night.
The next morning the couple was whisked away by Anytime Limousine to The Salamander Resort.
and the parents provided a gift basket filled with snacks and champagne for the ride.