Ty and I headed up to DC last weekend to celebrate with Danny and Katie as they said “I do” at the lovely, Woodlawn Plantation. This venue is also a historical site dating all the way back to 1799 and was later restored in the 1920’s. Can you just imagine all the stories these grounds have held over the years? It was seriously so beautiful!!

We loved working alongside our sweet friend, Anna of Annamarie Akins Photography! See more of her photos here!

Up until now, Danny and Katie have weathered the storms of long distance, demanding careers, and and the grueling work of grad school studies. Facetime and phone calls have been their best friends and helped them stay connected to one another through the distance. Katie told us many times how excited she is to finally be married and say so long to long distance forever! And having done long distance ourselves, we couldn’t be more excited for these two!!

We knew their wedding was going to be great after seeing their engagement session with Anna at the National Gallery of Art in DC and hearing about their wedding day plans. Katie has some serious style! We couldn’t wait to see all of her plans come to life on their wedding day. Their day had a minimalistic, casual, vintage flair with lots of greenery! So basically, you know, #dream! The circle arbor that they got married in front of was dreamed up by Katie and it seriously might be my favorite wedding detail to date!

I could go on and on about all of my favorite parts, but you’ll just have to wait until their feature film to see it all! So, until then, enjoy this little sneak peek!


Videographer – The Herrintons

Photographer – Annamarie Akins Photography

PlannerAllison Barnes Events

Venue – Woodlawn Estate

Beauty – Hair & Make Up Unveiled

Florist – Eight Tree Street

BandBachelor Boys Band 

Catering – Rouge Fine Catering 

Rentals + DecorSomething Vintage Rentals

Paper Goods Maker – The Dandelion Patch

TransportationBBC Transportation + Vintage Limos 

Meet Ashley

A true sweetheart from Southwestern VA, Ash spent many Sundays after church sitting around the table with her grandparents, listening to stories about the “good ‘ole days”. A talented visionary with a true heart for people, she’s likely to be found reading, writing, and planning away.

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