A beautiful Virginia barn wedding, flower girls in tutus, and just a touch of blue elegance — this, my friends, is an incredible start to week here on the blog! Anna and Tom wanted a relaxed outdoor wedding with a non-traditional ceremony (her aunt was the officiant!) and a blue and green color palette to play up their outdoor setting. You can see every last beautiful moment captured by Rebecca Keeling Studios here. And, don’t forget to come back later this morning to see their lovely barn wedding reception! On that note, take it away Anna…
From Anna: We chose a relaxed rustic country wedding for our big day, because we wanted to have a more personable and unique atmosphere where we could relax and have a good time with our guests. Since the wedding was outside we chose blues and greens to accent the colors already in nature and give the wedding natural beauty.
Neither one of us is very religious, so we asked my aunt to marry us, and with her, we came up with a very personal ceremony. While it incorporated a lot of traditional elements, it was unique and personal since my aunt wrote the whole thing for us!
Thank you so much Anna and Tom for sharing your wedding ceremony with us! Don’t forget to come back later this morning to see their reception. The following Washington DC area wedding professionals contributed to their wedding:
Venue: Private Residence in Virginia
Photography: Rebecca Keeling Studios
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas
Floral Design: Sweet Blossoms
Bridal Attire: Mori Lee from The Bridal Boutique
Shoes: Ted Baker
Hair: Flow Blow Hair Dry
Makeup: Alison Harper and Company
Bridesmaid Attire: Dessy Group
Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Jos. A. Banks
Music and Up Lighting: Black Tie DJs
Cake: Heyser Farms
Cake Topper: Pretty Little Things
Catering, Rentals and Linens: The Chef’s Table
Visit our vendor guide for more fabulous Washington, DC area wedding professionals, our real wedding gallery for more beautiful Washington, DC area weddings!
Photo Credit: Rebecca Keeling Studios
** This post contains affiliate links.