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Last Friday was my last event of the year and what a better way to finish an amazing year by photographing a rehearsal dinner at Keswick Hall.
The Christmas decorations were breathtaking, truly magical! Nothing better to put you in the Christmas mood. I love this time of the year.
I am only going to say say one thing, because the photos speak for themselves. I WANT THAT!!!
I had the best best time with this family at Keswick Hall. They could not have been nicer, one of the sweetest people I have ever met.
Libbie and Will’s wedding was full of so much love. You’ll see for yourself. Libbie and the girls got ready at Keswick Hall and the boys joined later for fun photos. They got married at the The Christ Church in Charlottesville then had their reception at Keswick Hunt Club. The club was decorated and catered by Harvest Moon, the cake was done by Rachel from Cakes by Rachel, The Walrus were so much fun playing songs from Prince, Stevie Wonder,the Greatful Dead …. Augusta from Easton Events was there to make sure their special day ran smoothly.
Happy honeymoon you guys, I know you’re in Europe!
The celebration started on Friday night with a very emotional rehearsal dinner at Keswick Hall. I said emotional because many tears were shed… even from me. It might sound cliche and I don’t know if it is because my boys are growing up, but when photographing a wedding, I relate so much with the mother of the groom as I understand her emotions, pride and the importance of her friends being by her side ho have all witnessed her son grow up threw the years. I can see myself when Julien, my oldest will get married with my friends by my side …remembering and celebrating.
Photos are so important to remember those times. They allow for those moments to be relived time and time again, which is why I love what I do… helping people remember, by capturing the magic moments. So today go out take pictures of your family!
Love Libbie’s necklace!
Love that Nashville tradition, all the gentlemen had to stand up to honor the ladies!
Libbie’s grand father delivered a very tender toast… I love the end “…may you have to enjoy it”