I am so glad to have met Stephanie of Youngblood Photography, who invited me to be a part of this Rust Manor House wedding inspiration editorial last month. I worked with my good friend and planner, Cris, of Honeybee Weddings & Events in addition, as well as other talented vendors in the Leesburg area.
This was definitely a day that I needed to release some creative energy and I approached it with full force. I enjoyed getting to experience Spring even though the weather was still mildly chilly and cool. Lissa, of Lissa Marie Weddings & Events, and Cris did a great job styling our details and table setups. Erin Shortal provided our beautiful florals for the day.
Steph and I took turns with our models Nada, Justin, and Sydney. We loved recreating the getting ready portion of a real wedding day with Nada, who brought her own wedding gown. Can you believe that was the first time I saw a Pronovias gown in person?! They are so beautiful!
Thank you to all the vendors who were involved in this day and helped make it a success. I am honored to have been a part! Enjoy my favorite images from the shoot below, and thanks for tuning in!
Planning: Honeybee Weddings & Events, Lissa Marie Weddings & Events
Venue: Rust Manor House
Photography: Michelle Whitley
Hair & Makeup: Audrey Denison
Bride’s Gown: Pronovias
Rentals: Something Vintage
Florals: E. Shortal Designs
Paper: Oh Eleven Studio
Models: Nada & Justin Landreth, Sydney Gardner
A BIG thank you to our vendor team who brought everything together!
See more weddings I’ve photographed at Rust Manor here!
If you liked this editorial, visit more Meridian Hill spring inspiration here!
We chose dusty, muted tones for this winter wedding editorial at Great Marsh, styled by DC wedding planner Adriana Marie Events.
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