I am so excited to share this wedding with you all. It is not only one of my favorite weddings of last year but easily one of my favorite weddings of any year, ever. Katee & Steve got absolutely everything just right. From the breath taking location at Oak Hill, to the carefully chosen and personal details, to the sweet, honest and intimate vows they wrote for each other, they crafted a day that was so truly them it was a wonder to witness. They enlisted the help of the insanely talented Kristin Burgess of by Emily B event design. If you splurge on one item for your wedding (after photography of course!) let it be event design. Having a designer allows your wedding to come to life and Kristin is one of the best. We also had the pleasure of working with Clark + Walker again. Their cinematography team is amazing and if you haven’t seen the trailer from Katee & Steve’s wedding you absolutely must watch it right now. I promise you won’t regret it. Almost every couple we have met with since it came out has seen it and could not stop talking about it. It’s spellbinding. You can check it out here: http://www.clarkwalkerstudio.com/blog/wedding-films/oak-hill-wedding-video. The music for the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception was provided by Patrick Bergeron of Metro Music, who we always love to work with and the amazing menu by Nicole’s Catering.
Don’t worry the deer weren’t looking!
When we arrived the guys were playing a quick game of Jenga.
Oak Hill is magical.
For the first look, Katee just walked right up to Steve and hugged him.
Katee is so beautiful.
by Emily B created the absolutely gorgeous bouquets and this I Love You detail was a little surprise for the bride.
The bride’s niece was her something blue in her pale blue dress with some amazing blue eyes.
I think every couple who witnessed their vows felt a recommitment to their own marriage and an excitement about what lay ahead for these two.
Katee braved a little mud for these but it was totally worth it!
I could live on this porch.
Best piece of advice for your wedding day…take a moment alone to take it all in.
This couple. This light. Perfection.
Loved these favors…his and her coffee and tea wrapped in brown paper and tied with string.
antique table, warm rug, brides dancing shoes, gorgeous table scape.
Rather than a guestbook the bride and groom collected vintage postcards for guests to write on which their mothers collected to send to them throughout their first year of marriage.
Homemade pies to end the evening? Yes, please.