I met with Rich and Shauna over dinner to get to know them and discuss their upcoming intimate wedding. I don't think I have ever enjoyed a consultation as much as I enjoyed theirs. They were so easy to talk to and lose track of time with. When they told me that the wedding would be taking place at Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village, I had to ask what the significance of the venue was. It isn't the typical choice for a wedding...in fact, this was the first wedding to take place in the small church in over 80 years! Well, that's when Rich explained that he is a historical reenactor, which is super cool. He is also a bee-keeper and I learned a lot more about bees listening to him than I have in my whole life.
Shauna is a collector of antiques, loves knitting, and reading. She told me about how she and Rich began dating and it involved a long road trip and bees getting out of their container in the car. They said that, after their trip together, they realized they could get through anything. It was a really cute story, like something you'd expect to see in a romantic comedy.
This couple was amazing to work with. Their wedding was unique and beautiful and they were surrounded by their closest friends and family. Check out this snippet of their day!
Shauna hand made these adorable wedding favors.
When I saw this display of honey in the guest center, I knew I had found the perfect place to set up the ring detail shots.
Shauna looked gorgeous in her wedding dress. The vintage lace detailing was perfect for her.
I absolutely loved Rich's dandelion boutonniere. It was so simple and unique and it perfectly contrasted with his navy suit.
This wedding's other vendors were:
Rev. Jerome Anderson
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