Reaganne and Phillip’s wedding at the Goodstone Inn in Middleburg, Virginia was the ultimate picture of refined southern elegance. The classic black and white attire, open-air sailcloth tent, abundant florals, and vintage elements prove that country garden weddings can be elegant and refined. When faced with wedding size restrictions in Virginia, Reaganne and Phillip used the opportunity to incorporate their closest friends and family into their wedding day and make their micro wedding even more special. They involved over a dozen children in their wedding, and most of the guests stayed on site for the weekend. The bridal party—one of the largest I’ve seen in a while!—made up the majority of the guest list at this intimate celebration.
The bridesmaids wore an elegant, off-the-shoulder black gown, perfectly complementing Reaganne’s bridal bouquet, overflowing with white poppy flowers. Reaganne topped off her look with classic pearl jewelry and used a dusty blue silk ribbon around her bouquet as a pop of color and soft something-blue. The gentlemen arrived in style in fitted black tuxes, bow-ties, and white poppy boutonnieres.
You can tell just from their images that these two have the sweetest hearts. The looks they exchanged as Reaganne walked down the aisle towards Phillip were filled with gratitude, admiration, and realized anticipation. Perhaps just as sweet are the looks of joy they shared after pronounced husband and wife! Beneath the white rose blooms was the perfect romantic setting for this vow exchange.
Located in historic hunt country, Goodstone Inn in Middleburg, Virginia was the perfect setting for this sweet ceremony. Surrounded by blooms and the peaceful intonations of a solo cellist, the couple said their “I do’s” in front of a romantic ivy-and-rose-covered wall, live-streamed for family and friends not present. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed libations and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres by the pool before making their way to the reception. A vintage typewriter and postal porter table invited guests to leave the couple a note while acknowledging our bride’s vocation as a speechwriter. The bride incorporated her fond memories of her mother’s blue and white ginger jar collection into the wedding favors. I love when couples bring a personal touch to their wedding details!
After heartfelt champagne toasts, beautiful dances, and some delicious donuts, we sent Reaganne and Phillip off to their honeymoon with a sparkler exit. Their wedding day was just perfect, and Middleburg Life Magazine thought so too!
Planning: K Bella Events
Photography: Weddings By Hana
Venue & Catering: Goodstone Inn
Beauty: Lauren Diana
Gown: Reem Acra
Floral Design: Petals and Promises
Linens: Nuage Designs
Outdoor Lighting: Dan Goldman Events
Rentals: White Glove Rentals
Tent: Sugar Plum Tents
Videography: Bowen Films