The sun is finally out in DC and I am FINALLY getting in the zone for wedding season (the cold didn’t exactly make me want to think about being outside in any sense). I had two awesome consultations this weekend with my first two May weekend brides and I am overflowing with timelines, layouts, and last minute confirmations before I head to Portland & Seattle next week. In the spirit of sunshine and love, I have a fun backyard wedding in Leesburg, Virginia to share today. Natascha & Scott got married in Natascha’s parents’ backyard in a laid-back, intimate ceremony and backyard reception. This backyard Virginia wedding had it all – handmade details, DIY projects, an intimate venue, and of course, a food truck! Thanks to VNess Photography for sharing this one!
Natascha & Scott’s Intimate, DIY Backyard Wedding in Leesburg, Virginia
Tasha and Scott are just about the most easy-going and all-around friendly people you’ll ever meet! They wanted their wedding to be fun, easy and relaxed – just a memorable and beautiful get-together with their family and close friends. They had an intimate ceremony surrounded by people that love them the most. It was the perfect wedding for a perfect couple. They followed it with a a laid-back reception with barbecue from Curley Q’s Food Truck and their details helped create the perfect setting.
Click inside for the rest of Natascha & Scott’s backyard wedding!
The couple shared,
We wanted something fun, simple, and affordable – our 6 acres was the perfect outdoor venue. Our 2 children were in the wedding – other than that we kept in simple. No bridesmaids or groomsmen. Mostly all details were DIY – very laid-back in the fact we got married at home with our families.
Congratulations Natascha & Scott! Thank you for sharing your beautiful backyard wedding with us! A special thanks again to VNess Photography for submitting this real Virginia wedding to us via Two Bright Lights.
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OMG… those platforms!! LOVE them!!
right?! i think i want a pair!
Where’s her dress from? I noticed you were talking in your complacency post about a lack of comments, so I figured I’d ask via comments, but one tweak I might suggest is that instead of listing just where the bride’s dress is from (that isn’t really helpful unless it’s about an experience with the vendor), list in lieu of/in addition at least the brand of dress.