In case you missed Part 1.
This was such a beautiful wedding, filled with sweet moments. I promised you a butterfly release and an awesome ring shot. Take a look.
The little guy’s butterflies didn’t want to leave their box…He said, “They’re having a conversation!” So cute! Isn’t this shot amazing? Kudos to my second shooter, Kelli, for being my butterfly whisperer.
This has got to be my all time favorite bridal bouquet. I’ve always thought the cascading bouquets were so elegant and beautiful. They remind me of Princess Diana’s wedding. Orlaith definitely looked like a princess herself. After the wedding, the couple took the gorgeous bridal bouquet to Arlington cemetery, to put it on the grave of David’s father who passed away when he was only 2. Hearing that made me tear up!
My absolute favorite image from this wedding is this one of Orlaith and the kids eating wedding cake by the band.
The reception was a lot of fun for everyone. The Whiskey Rebellion played lots of Irish music, and they danced the Seige of Ennes.
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Bridal Gown: Miss Pearl Couture, The Hague, Netherlands
Bridal Shoes: L.K. Bennett, London
Jewelry: Tiffany and Co.
Groom’s Tuxedo: Men’s Warehouse
Venue: Vanlandingham Estate
Officiant: Patrick Maloy
Wedding Director: Dottie Maloy
Flowers: Blossom Shop
Cake: Edible Art
Hairstylist: Roger, London, UK
Harpist: Jennie Eggelston, My Gentle Harp
Band: The Whiskey Rebellion, Richmond, VA