You couldn’t ask for a better September day for a beautiful wedding at Landino Farm. Landino Farm is a beautiful farm tucked off the beaten path in King George County, Virginia. This is any brides barn venue dreams! The tall unfinished ceilings and the chandeliers are definitely some of the first selling points.
Laura and Kenny had the picture perfect wedding day from A to Z! The rain held off until later that evening despite what the weather man was calling for a few days leading up to it making getting portraits easy peasy. They exchanged their vows and said i do in the open field on the property, then moved inside for the reception.
I do have to say, I am a sucker for first dances. Laura and her fathers first dance pulled on the ole heart strings. They shared their first dance to the same song my father and i shared at my wedding. Cue the water works! The father daughter dances get me every time, but that one was special!
That’s not it though! Laura and Kenny’s family and friends know how to party! The night ended in dancing, singing on the dance floor and enjoying some adult beverages in celebration! I had a blast partying with this crowd! This all and all, was an amazing day to remember!
I am looking forward to shooting more weddings at Landino Farm in the future!
Check out some of their engagement session on the blog!
Hair | Melissa Clark at Texxturz Hair Salon
Makeup | Glam by Kylie Mindick
Cake | Cakes in Art
DJ | DJ Rob Thurber
Flowers | Weavers Fresh Cut Flowers Loveville, Md
Dress | Champagne Taste Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaids | Davids Bridal
Groom | Mens Warehouse
November 6, 2020
Hats off to the first wedding of the year with this beautiful, low key, intimate ceremony and backyard reception in Deale! Britt and Mo made a decision (like so many other brides this year) to reschedule their big day and due to the COVID restrictions, they decided to make is a more intimate approach!
They found a secluded park right on the Chesapeake Bay in Deale, Maryland to have their ceremony and took their party bus back to Britt’s childhood home where her parents still live to have their reception. The tables and chairs were graciously dropped off by Barnes Farmhouse Tables, Britt and Mo made their signs in their very own at home woodworking shop (check out their work, its incredible!), and they also made all the bouquets BY HAND out of wood shavings!
Unfortunately, due to COVID, Mo’s family wasn’t able to make it, so they joined in via FaceTime and zoom! It was absolutely heart warming to see them all together, dressed up, watching the ceremony. I know its not ideal, but it is really the next best thing! (thank you technology!)
I dearly enjoyed spending time with Britt, Mo and their whole family. They were all so kind and welcoming, it really made me feel like one of the family! I am so happy I could be there to be a part of your day!
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Hair and Makeup| Kristen Foster Hair Artistry
Rentals | Barnes Farmhouse Tables
September 19, 2020