On a sunny October day, Mike and Lindsay wed at the Lodge at Little Seneca Creek surrounded by their closest friends and family. Lindsay planned everything out, designed and hand-crafted many of the decorations to have the wedding of her dreams. The ceremony took place outdoors, with a cocktail hour on the deck, and a cozy reception in the log cabin complete with a stone fire place, candles, and beautiful little details. The night ended with dancing, corn hole, beer pong, and flip cup; it was quite the party!
^^^ Is this not the cutest picture ever? love it! ^^^
The theme is En Plein Air and this season, cooler and softer color choices with subtle warm tones follow a minimalistic en plein air theme, taking a cue from nature.
And, the color of the year is...
Probably not my favorite of the 2015, but it's still very pretty, soft and elegant. And I do love pomegranates (yummy). My favorites would probably be the lucite green and glacier gray. Regardless, here are some ways to use Marsala, the color of the year for weddings and events.
Sorry for the horrible delay in posting! Below you will find some awesome pictures from a gorgeous photoshoot that I had the privilege of being a part of. I loved working with Liz from Fogarty Photography and Jackie from Primrose & Co. They are both incredible at what they do and I would highly recommend them. You may also notice some tassel garlands in the pics :)
Oh, and we were featured on a couple of blogs including Capitol Romance. Enjoy!
I think my favorite part of the shoot is the pallet table with the blankets and pillows. I just love the way it turned out!
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