A very Richmond wedding...

We are excited to be a part of the premiere issue of The Wedding Planner Magazine of Richmond - a magazine that presents local brides and their families with a complete guide and valuable suggestions for planning their perfect wedding.  Their first issue has been out for a month, and we're excited for the resource they're becoming for Richmond brides.  The magazine is available at different venues around town, as well as being fully downloadable on The Wedding Planner Magazine of Richmond's website!

We were thrilled to be a part of a gorgeous, very Richmond event at Historic Tredegar, an almost-2-century-old site that used to house Tredegar Iron Works but now houses the American Civil War Center.  The location's iconic Richmond status was highlighted by the use of very Richmond vendors and products, both ones well-loved for years and new to the area.

The crisp black, white, and gold decor offset the crumbling brick walls, while the green and pale pink accents softened the scene.

(Invitations done in this black and gold are stunning!)


Favorite local brews were served in Richmond pub glasses, as the day celebrated a couple's love for each other - and the historic city of Richmond!

Model: Lea Gray Venue: Historic Tredegar Design: CCS Events Photography: Don Mears Photography Florals: Flowers Make Scents Glassware: Festive Fare Plates and Flatware: Party Perfect Rentals: Paisley & Jade Linens: Connie Duglin Linens Jewelery: Bride’s private collection from Carreras Bride’s gown: Vintage Carolina Herrera Bridal, originally purchased at Saks Richmond (no longer selling bridal attire) Bride’s veil: Vintage, originally purchased at Miller &Rhoads Macaroons: Pearl’s Cupcake Shop Paper: Birch Paper & Design (formerly Red Orange Weddings) Chocolate: For The Love Of Chocolate Beers: Hardywood Brewery / Legend Brewery Richmond Props and Gifts: Very Richmond Gallery and Gifts Lighting/Chandelier: Leap Audio Visual (804) 908-5327