Images: Photography Du Jour

It’s a new week, but I still feel like we’re stuck in this hamster wheel of a pandemic. I had been so looking forward to Charlie starting a playgroup in the fall, so I could have some time away from him a couple times a week, and now I’m just hoping that it still happens. In the meantime, we’ll stick with the outdoor activities. He’s loving gymnastics, and he’s almost mastered his somersault!

We wanted to reimagine how a small and intimate outdoor wedding could take place, even with a global pandemic. We put together a “green spring” shoot to showcase how a small outdoor wedding can be just as detailed and special as the larger weddings we are used to, while still maintaining safety precautions!

We had the table set outdoors in a field, and we used an abundance of natural greenery. Keeping it simple, yet elegant, we transitioned for a couple’s cocktail hour with a mobile bar on a truck! Not to be missed was the cute bicycle mobile bar that was used for their cake cutting and toast. Just because we’re restricted, doesn’t mean weddings can’t be special!

Vendors:

Photographer: Photography Du Jour | Planner: Events with Delia-Anne | Venue: Riverside on the Potomac | Cake: Cowbell Kitchen | Florist: Rick’s Flowers | Wine: Doukenie Winery | Mobile Bar: Tip Top Tap Truck | Invitations: MIC Designs | Makeup Artist: Sarah Khan Artistry | Hair Stylist: Exceptional Beauty |

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