What does a beautiful bride and groom, and a gorgeous, rustic venue equal? Magic
These two share an amazing love, that can easily be seen by the looks in their eyes.
Diamond V Farm venue
Sometimes love appears in our day dreams. Sometimes it appears in our deepest dreams in the middle of the night. And, sometimes we see in gorgeous watercolor dreams that bring our real love to light on a magical wedding day.
This styled shoot appears in the 2017 winter issue of Virginia Bride Magazine and our team couldn’t be more excited to share it with you.
With splashes of color and sweet treat details, any bride would be happy to share such a free spirit with guests and the man of her dreams.
Sometimes real life is even better in Watercolor Dreams! Enjoy these beautiful and sometimes tasty ideas!
Our Team, Please feel free to contact us for your wedding needs!
Photographer: Kimberley Clark with Kimberley Izatt Photography http://kcifoto.com
Susan Brown – Owner, Stylist, Designer, Flowers, Caterer, Props, Cake Pops and Truffles By:Suzy Q, etc. http://www.suzyqvintage.com 252-573-9763 434-608-1100
Hair: Holly Wells- Glam by Holly Jade https://www.facebook.com/glambyhollyjade/
Makeup: Bethany Baker Astonish Makeup Artistry 5406325988
Models: Daniel Bennett-Groom 540.797.5973
Bethany Baker-Bride 540-632-5988
Dresses: White Dress by Aylce Designs
Peach/Blush Colored Dress by Jazz Coutour
Invitations and Stationary: Melissa Dickens with Craft Couture Wedding http://www.craftcouturewedding.com
His and Her Signs (made of Steel) Handcrafted by Randy Payne Monumental Iron Works No website 434-239-0184
Cake and Cupcakes by : Kissed Cupcakes http://www.kissedcupcake.com
Additional Staff (If names can be used)
Story of Abby’s Dress…..
“My mom bought the dress in the early 1990s as a vintage dress. She had to alter it a lot. My parents eloped in April but had their celebration ceremony in August. My mom didn’t know it but she was a few weeks pregnant with me at the time. (So I’ve actually worn the dress twice now!!)
Lynchburg has come a long way from years gone by. Downtown is now active with people on their bikes, families, and runners. College students, families and couples also enjoy the restaurants and coffee shops.
Along with the many people is the activity of old buildings undergoing facelifts and reconstruction. One of those buildings was a Pride of Virginia Building on Jefferson Street. Owner Jason Cudd offered us the opportunity to use this gem for a styled shoot that showcased beautiful wedding gowns and other details. The brick walls in the building are gorgeous.
The gorgeous shoes, dresses and tux were provided by Heather Tolley of Ethereal Brides and our model Marcella Smith brought each dress to life. Johnny Brown, IV showcased the tux and together they brought to life of a wedding downtown.
Susan Brown of Suzy Q, etc. added some flair with wine glasses, beautiful drapes and simple style. Sandra Guelzo of RS Exclusive and her lovely assistant provided some lovely flowers for a touch of color.
Holly Jade added her talent to the day by providing great makeup and a simple updo perfect for any bride on their big day.
With so many fun spots for pictures. Downtown Lynchburg, VA with it’s new restaurants, bike rentals and coffee shops can be a whole new adventure. Why not take your tour today?