I'm a published wedding and portrait photographer located in a small town outside of Charlottesville. In addition to capturing beautiful images, I love spending time with my family, am freakishly good at word games (Hey Wheelmobile!), love an ice cold can of Coke or Dr. Pepper, know every line to Hocus Pocus and can never pass up a Chick-fil-A waffle fry or a trip to HomeGoods.
In an earlier post, I brought you the first of several posts featuring a recent Fredericksburg wedding styled shoot I had the opportunity to participate in. The theme was rustic, vintage farm wedding and it was held at the amazingly awesome Belvedere Plantation, which is now hosting weddings. In the previous post, I showed you a gorgeous bride and her bridesmaids, a truck I’m fairly obsessed with, amazing fields and an antique tractor. Now, it’s all about the details. Not only was there a fantastic cake, but also cupcakes, macaroons, the most perfect place settings and a piece of furniture that has me embracing all things repurposed. I definitely think I need something like it in my future kitchen. If it came with some of the treats from the shoot, I wouldn’t complain.
Event Coordinator: Events by Alex LLC (www.eventsalex.com)
Floral Design: EightTreeStreet (www.eighttreestreet.com)
Cake and Cupcakes: Ameeta Bakes (www.ameetabakes.com)
Macaroons and Cake Pops: Wholly Sweets Bake Shop (www.facebook.com/wholly-sweets-bake-shop)
Paper Goods: Allison Hopperstad Photography and Design (www.allisonhopperstad.com)
Linens: Beggars Banquet (www.beggarsbanquetcatering.com)
Location: Belvedere Plantation (www.belvedereplantation.com)
Style Shoot Planners: Melissa Salinas Photography, Allison Hopperstad Photography and Lee Rohrbaugh Photography