Category Archives: Engagement

Charleston Wedding Inspiration: We Heart It

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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve got hearts on the brain.  Subtle heart shapes incorporated into decor, accessories, and desserts can add a romantic touch to any bridal shower, wedding day, or celebratory brunch.

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Clutch, Garland by BHLDNCeremony photo by One Love Photo, Envelope photo by Elizabeth Lloyd PhotographyBan.do heart clip, Cake photo by Jose VillaTruffle platesIvySomething blue photo by Hazelnut Photography

Loren and Jake’s Engagement Session

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We are so excited about Loren and Jake’s upcoming wedding at Pippin Hill this Spring! Jen Fariello truly captured this lovely couple on a gorgeous fall day here in Charlottesville.

Images courtesy of Jen Fariello.

 

 

 

Ann + Drew’s Engagment Session

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Sarah Cramer of Cramer Photo truly captured the spunk and spirit of Ann and Drew during their engagement shoot in their current hometown of Staunton, Virginia. From a rusty old pickup truck to fields of wildflowers Ann and Drew skipped around their little town hand in hand displaying their love for one another. Easton is very excited for this lovely couples wedding in October!

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Photography: Cramer Photo

Whitney and Clark’s Engagment Shoot Part II

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After touring the grounds of the University, Eric Kelley took Clark and Whitney to the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains to continue capturing the couple during their engagement shoot!

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Nicole and Michael’s Engagment Shoot

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Nicole and Michael are getting married this October at Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyard! Their photographer for the big day was able to snap some images of the couple this Spring around Charlottesville. Eric Kelley truly captured to the spunk and energy of this bride and groom. To see more images head over to be inspired pr blog.

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Lauren and Rob’s Backyard Engagment Shoot

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This June Lauren and Rob are being married in Lauren’s backyard, so it seemed fitting for Jen Fariello to snap their engagement photos in the same location! From swinging on the hammock to a game of catch with the family’s dachshund this shoot feels laid back and homespun.

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A University Inspired Engagment Shoot

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The University of Virginia was the perfect backdrop for Whitney and Clarke’s engagement shoot with Eric Kelley. Having met at UVA the couple decided to tie the knot in Charlottesville this summer, allowing all of their close friends and family to enjoy the place where they fell in love. Head over to the Be Inspired PR blog for more images by Eric!

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Forget Me Not Friday: You’re engaged! What’s next?

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Congratulations to all of the newly engaged! You’re getting married! We are here to let you know that the big day doesn’t have to be stressful. Keep your thoughts straight, your wedding vision in mind, and follow your initial instinct. First things first: take some time to clear your mind and focus on your dream day… the colors, the sounds, the smells, the people, the food. What are your priorities? What mood do you want to set? Perhaps it’s a large affair or more intimate. Are you leaning towards sparkles or burlap? Limit this list to several sentences and refer back to this constantly throughout the planning process. Brides tend to loose focus as they meet with their vendors and spend time looking through wedding blogs and magazines.

The next step is securing your vendors. These include: the venue, your coordinator, your photographer and videographer, your DJ or band, your caterer, your florist, and booking the rental company. Once these are booked and contracts are signed you can begin focusing on the details. Each vendor can offer specific advice and experience to help guide you through major decisions. Your florist will introduce elements of design and color options, your band will help you with audio and lighting decisions. The wedding coordinator will take your hand and make sure you are staying on track throughout the whole process.

The key is to stay calm. Do a bit everyday. By staying on top of your tasks at hand you can eliminate stress. The planning process is supposed to be fun and exciting and we are here to help!

Image 1 courtesy of Lynne Brubaker, Image 3-8 courtesy of Jen Fariello, Image 9 and 10 courtesy of Holland Photo Arts.

The Winner Is….

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Kathy!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our free makeup giveaway by Lora Elaine.


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Real Wedding: Engaged!

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We are so thrilled to feature this engagement shoot.  Not only because the photos by Adam Barnes are gorgeous, but also because McKinley is an Easton bride and the big day is tomorrow!  McKinley and Matt met at summer camp and wanted their engagement photos to reflect the sun soaked Virginia landscape.  Their wedding will be held at Pippin Hill Farm, the perfect venue for this laid back couple.  It’s going to be a beautiful, relaxed affair overlooking the lush wine country of the Blue Ridge.  Congratulations, McKinley and Matt.  We wish you all the best!

Stay tuned for photos of McKinely and Matt’s wedding!

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To see more of McKinley and Matt’s engagement session, visit their feature on Style Me Pretty!