The summer issue of C-VILLE Weddings is on stands now. Here’s what you’ll find inside:
- Five ideas we love.
- What’s trending in cakes.
- A local org to babysit during your wedding.
- Tips for buying the groom’s ring.
- Why rain on your big day isn’t necessarily a dealbreaker.
- What married couples still use from the registry, five years later.
- Why you definitely need a wedding planner.
Plus, four beautiful local weddings…
Laura and Craig wanted to include some down-home, Charlottesville-inspired touches into their Farmington Wedding. That meant bluegrass music, Southern staples on the menu and a traditional country club setting west of town.
When Jen and Amy found the perfect venue for their late summer ceremony, the rest of the day’s details just fell into place, leaving them with an understate wedding that kept its focus on the most important detail: their love.
Some enchanted evening
In the midst of searching for a theme, Claire and Will threw out a lot of ideas—Where the Wild Things Are? Beauty & the Beast?—but ultimately decided the best theme would be one that provided a little glamour while honoring their guests.
An at-home wedding proved to be the right option for Kendall and Tito, who hosted their big day at Kendall’s parents’ house in Lexington. The outdoor wedding was “farm chic”—casual and comfortable, but with room for a little magic.