When Mark and Danielle booked their wedding at Rust Manor House and started planning their wedding, they definitely didn’t expect the pandemic and the shutdown felt around the world! Can you believe that prior to 2020 the words “microwedding” and “minimony” didn’t exist?!
I think that I can speak on behalf of them when I say that the flexibility from all of their vendors, especially Rust Manor House, was something that everyone appreciated!
Their original date is so important to them because it was their anniversary! Their wedding date marked 9 years together, which I definitely think is something worth celebrating!
The bridal suite at Rust Manor House is stunning. It might even be my favorite bridal suite that I’ve ever shot! It’s simple, bright and spacious – all things that are hard to come by, but an absolute dream to shoot in.
With only twelve people in attendance one might think that it would be an understated event, but that was far from the truth. Mark and Danielle set the bar for microweddings in Virginia! They pushed forward, always keeping their relationship in the center of the event, and it was beautiful!
The venue is a beautiful backdrop for a gorgeous ceremony, regardless of whether it’s a micowedding or not! From the private moments during their first look to the sweet moments between their family members, you could FEEL the love! Claire and I loved being a part of their day.
The best part of the whole microwedding? We get to meet up at Rust Manor House this year and do it all again! It’s seriously the best thing, ever!
Bridal Gown | Ava Laurenne Bridal
Wedding Rings | Ashby Jewelers
Bride’s Jewelry | Olive + Piper
Bride’s Shoes | Lulu’s
Groom’s Attire | Men’s Warehouse
Invitations | Minted
Floral Design | JP Wedding Flowers
Want to see more of my work? Check out Angel and Lew’s Indiana wedding!
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