As much as I love quintessential Charlottesville weddings, sometimes I just can't help but fall in love with a rustic affair situated along the rural outskirts. And if you haven't quite figured out what I mean, Bethany Snyder Photography has shared the most darling summer shindig and I just can't stop myself from continually flipping back to these images and soaking it all in. The teals, grays, and purples; the sweetness of burlap, lace, and vintage tableware throughout; and the sheer romance of marrying the one you love - it all came together so effortlessly for these two to create the perfect setting for Hannah & Jonathan to celebrate becoming Mr. & Mrs. Congratulations to the newlyweds from all of us at Borrowed & Blue! Xoxo.
From the photographer....
The bride & groom, Hannah & Jonathan, chose the Frontier Culture Museum for their country, fun-loving day of romance. The personal touches at this wedding were straight from the heart and were warm with memories. Colors of purple and turquoise streaked across the ceremony and the reception, intermingled with gorgeous flowers, antique frames, and decorations adorned with burlap. Hannah describes Jonathan as her true knight in shining armor, since the first time she met him was when he offered to give her a ride home when she was stranded. These two could not have had more of a fairy tale wedding. Every stolen look was heavy with love and devotion. I felt utterly caught in the middle of their romance, as if I was simply a bystander with a camera. Their romance was so authentic, and such fun to capture.
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