It was an honor to witness such a beautiful wedding at the Historic Post Office in Hampton tonight with Amanda and Jonathan. We made some magic today, you guys. Can’t wait to share more.
Michelle and Kevin had every bit of Fall luck on their insanely fun day at the Tuckahoe Plantation. Share more from this one soon.
Kayleigh and Chris got married as the sun set with only a few cherished loved ones present. I can’t wait to share more from their intimate day.
MacKenzie and Hank’s summer camp wedding was the ultimate end of summer wedding. Can’t wait to share more of this wonderful, wonderful day.
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You have to be brave to have your wedding in August in Virginia, or anywhere else at 37 degrees latitude. But I suppose that when you're as in love with one another as Karina and Melvin are, being brave comes quite naturally.
They ignored the heat, the humidity, and the hazy sun - and pushed through their tears and laughter to say their vows that they wrote to one another. In the pocket of light between the trees, in the open air that Polegreen Church affords, with almost 2 dozen close friends and family standing proudly by their side, they promised and jumped the broom into their future.
Karina is one of those women you wish you were. She has this fierceness - this love of being alive. She's herself, unapologetically, and you know that Melvin just gets all of that. And gets her. Because Melvin, himself, is kind of amazing. Funny, kind, selfless - his father-in-law spoke of what a wonderful man he is and how lucky they are to have him as family. There aren't many moments where people publicly sing your praises and that's some of the magic of weddings. When everyone realizes that it's more than a tradition, more than two people coming together. It's families blending, parents sharing their adult children with one another. It's a new chapter for everyone. So you take a moment and reflect on the fond memories and look towards a new future made possible by this union. And you do that by eating tacos, pinning money to your clothes, and dancing until you fall over.
Shout out to Andrea for sweating the day away with me. Really sorry about the headlight mix-up. That was scary.
Karina - thank you for shoving that Peruvian cookie in my mouth. It was amazing.
Rain couldn't stop us. Such a wonderful time hanging out with these two. <3