Jamie & Eric

Jamie and Eric’s wedding in tones of blush and gold was romantic and elegant. The chapel where the couple held their ceremony was commiissioned by the brides grandfather and held a special meaning for many of the guests. Large peony arrangments in blush and white decorated the altar and a custom aisle runner with rhinestone accents added the extra “bling” that the bride was looking for. After the ceremony the couple travelled in a vintage Rolls Royce to the reception at Harbour View Event Center in Woodbridge, Virginia. The tables were dressed in soft pink pintuck with gold chargers and soft, round centerpieces bursting with peonies. The chairs were covered in white chair covers tied with gold satin sashes and rhinestone buckles.

Hylton Memorial Chapel
Aisle Runner by Original Runner Company at Hylton Chapel
Peony Bridal Bouquet
Rolls Royce Get-away-Car in front of Chapel for Wedding
Wedding reception at Harbour View in Woodbridge, Virginia
Table setting in pink and gold at Harbour View Event Center
Peony centerpiece at Harbour View Event Center wedding reception
Centerpiece with lights at night
First dance with design spot light at Harbour View Event Center
Wedding Cake at Harbour View Event Center Woodbridge, Virginia
Wine glass wedding favors

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Event Design: Navy Blue & Pink Peonies

Navy Blue and Pink Peony Event Design
Credits

Kallie and Eric

It was so enjoyable working with Kallie in creating an elegant yet fun wine inspired wedding weekend in Loudoun County. The couple chose the Historic Whitehall Manor to host their ceremony and reception, a great Northern Virginia venue that provides multiple locations to have an outdoor ceremony and a beautiful indoor ballroom. The chance of rain weather report turned out to be in their favor with not a drop in site that Saturday afternoon. Kallie and Eric decided on seeing each other before the wedding to take most of their pictures with photographer Rick Martin so they were able to enjoy cocktail hour with their guests. Norm Voss played classical guitar as guests arrived and the adorable ring bearers carried a “Here comes the Bride” sign before Kallie walked down the aisle with her parents. Inside the room was set with light green pintuck linens and beautiful centerpieces made by Tonya Evans of Occasional Flowers. While enjoying live jazz music performed by Norm Voss, guests dined on their delicious meal prepared by Celebrations Catering. The dancing and fun quickly began as dinner came to an end, only stopping to cut the cake made by Connie of Connie’s Cake Creations. The couple danced their last dance to Time of My Life from the movie Dirty Dancing and then shuttles transported the guests back to the hotel in Leesburg to continue the fun. Mazeltov Kallie and Eric you were such a pleasure to work with!

Whitehall Manor Bluemont Virginia Wedding
Chuppah at Whitehall Manor Wedding
Here comes the bride sign at Whitehall Manor
Bride and Groom at Whitehall Manor Ceremony
Whitehall Manor Wine cork Placecards for Wedding
Whitehall Manor Wedding Reception
Whitehall Manor Wedding Reception
Centerpiece
Centerpiece Flowers at Whitehall Manor
Wedding Topper of Flowers at Whitehall Manor
Wedding Cake at Whitehall Manor

Reception Venue
Whitehall Manor
Bluemont, Virginia
Wedding Coordination & Decor
Diamond Events
Stephanie Hughes
Caterer
Celebrations Catering
DJ & Live Entertainment
Norm Voss Entertainment
Florist
Occasional Flowers
Tonya Evans
Cake Baker
Connie’s Cake Creations
Photographer
Rick Martin Photography
Officiant
Ron Patrella
Rehearsal Dinner
Lansdowne Resort