Megan and Josh “Fall”ing in love

I met Megan and Josh through a local dance studio in Ashland, Off and Dancing They are that perfect boho, country, Zac brown kind of couple that I adored, from the second I saw them together. I knew that coordinating their wedding would be one for the books, just because I loved the vibe of the whole process.

The ceremony and reception took place on the family land that consisted of a dock perched over the ravine just long enough for the wedding party to stand under an arbor of fresh blooms.  The sun shined through the trees creating such a beautiful light on the couple. Guests watched on hay bails and chairs while Megan and Josh vowed their to spend their lives together.


The guests were taken by foot or golf cart down the trail to the ceremony sight. Greeted along the way by sweet simple touches that carried the good vibes of the day all the way down the hill.

The reception was simple, rustic, classic and so beautiful all at the same time. Mismatched vintage plates, on old barn tables, with burlap table runner and each center piece a little bit different. It seemed like the big family dinner with not a sole left out on the fun. img_1094
The father daughter dance, as per usual, brought tears to my eyes. They danced to “I’ll be your man” By Zac Brown Band. The Bride and Groom danced all night and were shocked by a choreographed dance prepared by the wedding party. A remix of “My house by Flo Rida”. In the end they left with a sparkler exit and all of their friends there to send them off into their happy ending.


This was one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever done. As a Virginia girl with the southern flair, this wedding captured every aspect of that. I could not have been more happy and honored to be a part of Megan and Josh’s big day.


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