I have to admit - I used to hate it when bloggers named a wedding as both "Rustic" and "Glam". I mean, aren't those complete opposites? However, I think today's wedding is an example of how the two design concepts just may work as a beautiful contrasting duo. Married at a historic freight shed in Yorktown, Virginia, Keri and Ryan had a sweet and simple ceremony under a big tree strung with rose petal ornaments. Wanting their reception to be both intimate and romantic, the indoor space was decorated with elegant hydrangeas, roses and peonies, arranged in simple wooden boxes that were placed on top of blush pink sequined table runners.
The rustic glam wedding was also filled with sweet, personal details. "Keri thought of every little detail for her wedding day and included several sentimental touches," shared their photographer, Caitlin Gerres. "She wore her grandmother's ring on her right hand and wrapped her grandfather's handkerchief around her bouquet. She and Ryan each presented their new children (Ryan's son and Keri's daughter) with a gift inscribed with the wedding date and a promise of their love."
Rustic Glam Wedding in Blush Pink - Vendors & Credits
Photographer: Caitlin Gerres Photography
Venue: Yorktown Freight Shed
Caterer: Full Metal Chef
Wedding Stationer: Designed by the bride and her daughter; printed by Wedding Paper Divas
Floral Designer: Bouquets by Walker Florist and centerpieces, DIY
Cake Designer: Whitney Galmard
Officiant: Rachel Gilmore
DJ: Mike Purdue Videographer: Nick Albertson
Hair Sylist: Kristin Pryor Hair
Makeup Artist: Dhalia Edwards
Groom's Attire: Belk and The Tie Bar
Wedding Dress: David's Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: Weddington Way
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