Are you tired of seeing the name Ballenger Farm on my blog yet? I’m not! It is such a cute farm venue that can be transformed into anything magical. Someone even had a picnic wedding, and the photos looked like a scene out of a Jane Austen novel. But, enough gushing about Ballenger. On to the styled shoot and another great vendor: Blooming Arrow Events.Continue reading “Ballenger Farm Wedding, Hamilton Virginia: Fairytale Styled Shoot”
Alyssa and Nick had plans for mountain views and waterfalls for their wedding in June, but then the pandemic happened. What I love most about these two is that they didn’t let that stop them. They still gathered all their best people around them and celebrated their love. Even though it wasn’t exactly what they wanted, it was still uniquely them. They worked hard on making their Hagerstown, Maryland backyard a beautiful space to hold a wedding ceremony.
When I first pulled up, guests were already gathering around the house and helping to get things in order. The atmosphere was one of love and celebration.
Let’s talk Fandom Wedding Planning! I found out about Cristina, who runs Hermosa Wedding and Events, while scouring the internet for anything fandom related. I stumbled upon the Fandom Wedding Fair instagram page, which had a digital trail leading back to Cristina, a California and New York fandom wedding planner.Continue reading “How to have a Successful Fandom Wedding – From a Wedding Planner”
Nestled between Purcellville and Leesburg is the coziest little historic farm house you’ve been dreaming about for your intimate wedding: Ballenger Farm.
The property features a gorgeously restored house from the 1700s, two barns, a springhouse, multiple ponds, acres of property for beautiful couples’ portraits, and its very own whomping willow ceremony site.
No kidding, the tree looks exactly like the whomping willow from Harry Potter. The property also has beautiful forests for any bride who wishes to feel like an ethereal elf on her wedding day.Continue reading “Ballenger Farm: A historic house and farm venue for small weddings”
Katherine and David have known each other for a long time. They started out as friends first, then boyfriend and guurrrllfriend, and now they are happily married.
The day was full of so much love. I almost cried during their first touch. The photo of David kissing Katherine’s hand before she walks down the aisle is so cute!
Every detail was covered by someone the bride and groom knew personally, which I think added a lot to the whole atmosphere. The best detail (according to me) was seeing where little Katherine had carved her name into church’s pew years ago.
Kalero Vineyard in Purcellville, Virginia is surrounded by beautiful mountains, green pastures, and gorgeous vines. As I made my way down the drive, my head wanted to look in every direction. There’s a cute old farmhouse on the property, an expansive vineyard to wander through, and, of course, the gorgeous barn.Continue reading “Kalero Vineyard: Virginia Vineyard Wedding Venue”