Janie & Clay – Wedding

Janie & Clay were married at our Lodge venue in September 2019. They chose to utilize Mount Pleasant Manor as a place for preparations for the bridal party. They said their I Do’s at the Mountain Grove ceremony site, complete with one of the most stunning arbors we have ever seen. After the ceremony, the newlyweds along with their family and friends ate, drank, and danced the night away in the Lodge.  We wanted to share a glimpse into how these two hoos met and fell in love, so please enjoy their love story as told by the couple themselves!

Our story begins with Janie and Clay both choosing to attend the University of Virginia. While Janie and Clay didn’t meet until 2nd year, they were both friends with all of the same people. Clay ended up joining the SAE fraternity, which included a number of guys from Richmond – Janie’s hometown. Janie likes to say that Clay was the last guy in his pledge class that she met.

In their 2nd year, they both lived in the Wertland Square apartment building right behind the Corner. Nobody remembers exactly who is responsible for organizing an intramural flag football team that fall, but some combination of Jono McCusty, Nicole Freeman, Lauren Cricchi, and/or Stuart Sumner set it up. It was on that team that Janie and Clay met, and that was where it all began.

While Janie claims it took a while for her to convince Clay to date her, he likes to say it was all part of his plan. Regardless, she ended up convincing him in February of 2012, and they’ve been together ever since. After a number of semesters and then years of dating long distance due to study abroad trips and taking jobs in different cities, Clay finally joined Janie in Charlottesville in the fall of 2017 (hopefully marking the end of being long distance for good!).

Then, on May 4th, 2018 (for all you Star Wars fans out there), with the help of his friend Matson Roberts, Clay got Janie to the Lawn under the pretense of having drinks at Matson’s “Range” room (a room that borders the outside of the Lawn in Charlottesville). From there, Clay and Janie walked across the Lawn to make it to their dinner reservation, and Clay popped the question! Luckily there were a bunch of undergrads taking graduation pictures nearby and one kind girl gave them her bottle of André (read: high-quality) champagne. After taking some pictures and drinking their newly acquired André, Clay and Janie went to get dinner at Michael’s Bistro, where they had their first date, on the Corner.

Congratulations Janie & Clay!

Vendors:

 Band: The Free

Caterer: C&O

Cake: Cakes by Rachel

Coordinator: Donovan-Groves Events

Hair & Makeup: Carolyn Thomas

Florist: Blue Ridge Floral Design

Lighting: Magical Lighting Concepts

Photographer: Jen Fariello Photography

Rentals: MS Events

Transportation: Cville Travel

Videographer: Joy Gaba

Photobooth: Photobooth of Charlottesville

2020-09-02T17:49:34+00:00September 2nd, 2020|

Introducing Water’s Edge – Wedding Venue

This year we completed our wedding venue trifecta with the addition of Water’s Edge at Mount Ida Reserve! Water’s Edge sits on its own 750 acre piece of land just about ten minutes from the main farm.  Rustic charm meets coastal elegance at this beachside retreat. Along with state of the art indoor facilities, this new venue also offers plentiful space for those who prefer to keep the party outdoors.

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

Upon entrance to the property, you are immediately greeted by the newly renovated Old Red Barn.  Continue down the road and soak in the scenic views until you approach the beach & pavilion area. 

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

Couples have three options for ceremony locations; choosing between the beach, pavilion, or inside of the Old Red Barn. All of these are great options, but we must admit that we are partial to the beachside ceremony.

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

The couple along with their bridal party will stand on the dock, encompassed by the private lake and wedding guests on the beach. Couples truly do not need to add much decor to the lakeside ceremony as the natural beauty of the location is already breathtaking, but they are welcome to add in personal touches like an arbor (as pictured here!) Just like our outdoor ceremony locations at the Barn & Lodge, the beach is equipped with power and WiFi.

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

Once the couple has said I do and the ceremony is completed, guests will make their way to the pavilion which is just a short walk away from the beach.  The pavilion is the perfect place for your outdoor cocktail hour.  It is complete with a full caterer’s kitchen, restrooms, shade, power, and WiFi. Oh, and let’s not forget the view!

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

When cocktail hour comes to a close, wedding guests will get back on the bus (or in their cars if they drove) and make their way to the Old Red Barn for the reception. The Old Red Barn offers many amenities including ample parking for guests and vendors, a fully equipped caterer’s kitchen, bridal and groom’s suites, four season HVAC, restrooms, gorgeous chandeliers, tables, chairs, and WiFI… just to name a few! Again, let’s not forget that view! Clients have the option to roll up the three garage doors for a full view of the rolling pastures.

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

Sunset at Water’s Edge is a particularly romantic time of evening.  There are endless options of backdrops for couples who choose to sneak away for some portraits while the sun goes down.

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue
Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

From there all that is left to do is eat, drink, and dance the night away to celebrate with those who are nearest and dearest to you.

Water's Edge at Mount Ida Farm- Charlottesville Wedding Venue

Couples have the option to upgrade their wedding to the destination package which includes a two night stay for up to 12 people at the Bungalow and the Cottage at Water’s Edge. Also included in this package is access to the Old Red Barn or the Pavilion for a rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding as well as access to the private beach and cabana house. 

Click here to virtually tour the Old Red Barn, and click here to virtually tour the Pavilion.  Interested in learning more about weddings at Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard or want to schedule an in-person tour? Send us an email to info@mountidafarm.com.  We look forward to hearing from you!

2020-07-16T19:20:02+00:00July 16th, 2020|

Gavin & Ty – Wedding

When Gavin’s mom first inquired with us in September of 2018 for Gavin & Ty’s New Year’s Eve wedding we were instantly intrigued.  They had a beautiful vision for their long awaited “I do” and we knew we wanted to play a role in it. One of the many things we adored about this sweet couple was not only how much they loved each other, but how much they cared for their friends and family.  They always kept their guests in mind during the planning process because they wanted to ensure everyone enjoyed the celebration as much as them. Gavin & Ty’s story is so sweet, and starts all the way back in middle school. Enjoy some of our favorite photos from their New Year’s Eve wedding and a little background about the couple as told by the bride and groom themselves.

Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm

“When looking back on our story, one could say “Love at First Sight”, although cliché, seemed to be a rather common theme. It all began with the most romantic of situations…at a middle school dance where an overly talkative boy found himself speechless when he met the most beautiful and possibly blondest girl he had ever seen. Despite some awkward flirtations through AIM, “WahooHockey65” found the nerve to ask “BlondieGoalie125” to be his “girlfriend” …and she said yes! However, only a mere 48 hours later, at her own surprise “Sweet Thirteen,” she admitted she wasn’t feeling it and ended the fleeting relationship, crushing the boy. Luckily, the story doesn’t end there…

Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm

Flash forward to our sophomore year of high school and we found love in a hopeless place… the Holton-Arms cafeteria. That same overly talkative boy was reintroduced to that blonde girl. After spending the evening dancing to such ballads like “Yeah” and “Get Low,” they knew they were meant to be together. For the next 3 years, they attended Homecomings, Holiday Balls, weird house parties, all while navigating high school life’s limitations such as learner’s permits, family data plans, and curfews. Although they were both attending the University of Virginia that fall, they decided to “take a break” saying, “if it was meant to be, they would find their way back to one another.”

Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm

After a few years in “The Real World” while back in Charlottesville for a football weekend, the overly talkative man spotted the blonde woman from across The Lawn. He was quickly reminded of all the amazing times they had had together and how much he truly missed her in his life. Fortunately, she felt the exact same way. Over the next 3 years, they have shared some incredible milestone moments together such as moving in together, new careers, the rollercoaster of a season for UVA’s 2018 Basketball team, the Caps winning their first Stanley Cup, the list is endless.

Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm
Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm

Despite being one of the easiest decisions he’s ever made, Ty found himself once again speechless, when he asked Gavin to marry him following a week long trip to London at Dulles Airport! Cheers to a #HappyBlueYear!

Gavin & Ty- Mount Ida Farm

Congratulations Gavin & Ty!

Band: JukeBoxx
Caterer: Harvest Moon
Hair & Makeup: Avenue 42
Florist: Blue Ridge Floral Design
Coordinator: Maureen McKenna
Lighting: Blue Ridge Event Production
Officiant: Derek Rust
Photographer: Amelia Johnson
Rentals: Festive Fare & MS Events
Videographer: Iceberg Media
Carriage: Classic Carriage

2020-02-27T22:25:45+00:00February 27th, 2020|

Hannah & Isaac – Wedding

Hannah & Isaac tied the knot on a beautiful spring day in May and we are SO excited to share with you some of our favorite photos from the day. They put so much care & thought behind every little detail on their big day.

They decided to do a first look in front of the Lodge prior to their Mountain Grove ceremony.

They knew their dinner menu was going to be savory, so they opted for a sweet cocktail hour. The outdoor cocktail hour was catered by Rookies, an adorable dessert truck.  They offered handcrafted ice cream sandwiches, ice cream, cookies, and milk. It was the perfect treat for this hot day and enjoyed by all.

The two are very family oriented and wanted to make sure relatives of all ages had a great time, so they decided to do a fun kids table complete with coloring & crafts. They enjoyed a delicious dinner provided by Goodrich Gourmet, cut their (ice cream cookie) cake, then danced the night away with friends and family.

Congratulations Hannah & Isaac! 

DJ: Bow Tied Weddings

Caterer: Goodrich Gourmet

Dessert Truck: Rookies

Cupcakes: Carytown Cupcakes

Coordinator Jennifer Onalee

Lighting & Rentals: MS Events

Photographer: Honeycomb Photography

Photo Booth: Hott Shotz

2020-01-22T19:36:56+00:00January 22nd, 2020|

Meg & Eric – Wedding

Today we are excited to share Meg & Eric’s wedding day on the blog! We had such an enjoyable time working with this fun-loving couple. The weather was remarkable for their late September wedding, which one might attribute to the two burying a bottle of bourbon at their 30 day final walkthrough. Enjoy browsing through some of our personal favorites from their wedding album captured by Aaron Watson Photography while they tell you a little more about their love story and how they met!

Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia

In October 2013, as Meg was living in New York City, she traveled to D.C. for a girl’s weekend away to visit friends. Their only plans were looking forward to a relaxing and fun weekend. That same weekend was also Eric’s birthday, and he was gathering his own friends for a night out.

Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia

One of the friends Meg was visiting, Melissa (one of our bridesmaids!), happened to be one of Eric’s roommates in a group house in Eastern Market. After spending the day exploring D.C., Melissa encouraged the girls to make just one more stop at Eric’s birthday party.

Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia

Eric saw Meg’s smile from across the bar, and knew he had to at least say hi. He finally gathered the courage to ask Meg about the Oregon Ducks football game that night, one of her favorite topics, just to get the conversation going.

Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia

Meg returned to New York City at the end of the weekend, and Eric had made the rookie mistake by not asking for her phone number. Luckily, Meg reached out first! They haven’t stopped talking since.

Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia

Meg and Eric continued to see each other long distance for two years before Meg decided to make the move to D.C. Over the last 5+ years, they have enjoyed traveling all over the country to visit friends, up and down the East Coast to visit family and sometimes spending quiet weekends in D.C. with their dog Bodie.

Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia
Meg & Eric- Charlottesville, Virginia

Vendors:

Band: 10 Spot

Catering: The Local

Cake: Commonwealth Cake Company

Coordinator & Floral:  Faded Poppy

Hair & Makeup: REFEYEANCE 4 Makeup & Hair 

Drape: Blue Ridge Event Production

Photography: Aaron Watson Photography

Rentals: MS Events

Transportation: Blue Ridge Tours

Videography: Silver Streak Media

Photo Booth: Pixilated

2019-11-27T17:10:47+00:00November 27th, 2019|

Ellie & Neil

Today on the blog we are featuring Ellie & Neil’s wedding day. The two tied the knot on Saturday, June 15th at the Mountain Grove, but their story started way before that.  Ellie & Neil have known each other for their whole lives. Their story is too sweet not to share. Here is Ellie’s take on how the two reconnected, and how Neil decided to pop the big question!

Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue

How we reconnected

Neil and I have known each other since we were kids. His dad and my dad went to medical school together at UVA. Our parents were all friends at UVA and spent a lot of time together. His dad was my dad’s best man in my parents wedding! My dad had started his pediatric practice in Rochester, NY (where I grew up) so we would only see the Harrison’s when we went to Virginia to see my dad’s side of the family. 

As a senior at the University of Delaware I randomly decided to apply to UVA Medical Center for my first nursing job. I thought I was going to end up in NYC but wanted to interview there as a “back up” option. When I went to Charlottesville to interview in spring of my senior year, my mom told me that Neil was at UVA for school and she wanted me to catch a meal with him. I hadn’t seen him since I was around 10, and I remember being frustrated because I wanted to get back to Delaware for a party but decided I should see him anyway. We ended up going out to dinner and had a great time. Before I left to drive back to school he made me a coffee at his apartment and let me keep his mug, I remember thinking that was the nicest thing. My first experience with that southern hospitality 😉

After interviewing at a couple hospitals in NYC I knew I wanted to go to Charlottesville for my new home after college. When I moved there the following summer, Neil and I were instantly inseparable. We started dating that fall– my dad tries to claim it was all arranged!

Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue

How He Asked 

Neil and I were going on a camping trip at McAfee Knob with two of our good friends, Paul and Katie Lynne. We had been meaning to do this hike for a very long time so we were all pretty excited. It’s around a 4 mile hike to the top…We got there at the perfect moment, right as the sunset was getting good. We wanted to get a picture at the “knob”, the cliff overlook on the summit. It looks coolest if you sit down, but Neil insisted we stand. Then he asked, “Did I show you that rock I found on the hike?” and got down on one knee. As you can see in the video, I was shocked! I thought we were waiting until we both finished school in a couple years. I instantly go down on my knees as well and hug him. All of our family members were not happy with how close we were to the edge at this moment. Fortunately our friends were able to capture the whole thing. We spent the night at the coolest hidden campsite, a little cave, near the summit. The next morning we caught sunrise, headed back down the mountain, and went into town for brunch. The whole weekend was magical.

Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue
Ellie & Neil- Mount Ida Farm & Vineyard, Charlottesville wedding venue

Vendors

Caterer: Harvest Moon
Ceremony Music: Louis & Asher (Friends of the couple)
Coordinator: Angelica & Co
Hair & Makeup: Brideface
Transportation: James Limo & Easy Riders
Videographer: Radiance
Donuts: Carpe Donut

2019-09-19T18:43:39+00:00September 19th, 2019|

Meet the Friendors: Festive Fare

Meet the Friendors! Today we are featuring our friends over at Festive Fare Rentals. We did a little Q&A with Meredith Jackson, Sales Executive.

What is Festive Fare?

Festive Fare is an award-winning company that specializes in providing a wide variety of event rental equipment including specialty linens, fine china, flatware, tables, chairs, catering equipment, and much more. We have locations in multiple states including: Skyline Tent Company (Charlottesville, VA and Charleston, SC), Capital Party Rentals(Dulles, VA), Festive Fare Rentals (Charlottesville, VA), Liberty Party Rental (Nashville, TN), EventHaus (Charleston, SC), and CE Rental in Raleigh and Charlotte, NC.

What type of rentals could a bride or groom get from Festive Fare for them big day?

Festive Fare offers a comprehensive selection of distinctive rental products including our exclusive specialty linens. Our vast collection of high-quality products includes:

  • 1,000s of linens, from whimsical to glamorous
  • An extensive selection of tents of all sizes and styles perfectly suited to your event
  • Over 20 lines of china in classic and artistic styles
  • Over 10 lines of glassware, from simple to crystal
  • Over 10 lines of flatware in standard and elegant varieties
  • 1,000s of chairs in traditional and distinctive designs
  • A wide assortment of catering equipment
  • Solid and wood grained dance floors
  • & much more!

Aside from weddings, what other types of events has Festive Fare provided services for?  

Any event Big or Small.  We happily help with a simple Dinner or Holiday Party, and can easily accommodate a 1000+ person event.

What is your favorite event trend right now?

I love seeing the vintage and mis matched china and glassware. Playing with pattern is so much fun.

What are some of your all time favorite items that you have available? 

-Pheasant Plate

-Our new Knit Plate

-The Carousal glass in different colors

-The Jupiter glass

As a wedding professional, do you have any advice for our couples still in the planning process?  

Enjoy the whole process and don’t get caught up on the little things.  Remember that this is “your” day.

What’s your favorite wedding cake flavor?  

Hummingbird !!!

2019-07-23T17:54:00+00:00July 23rd, 2019|

Meagan & Tyler

We are throwing it back to April 13th, 2019 as we feature Meagan & Tyler’s wedding WEEKEND on the blog today! Meagan & Tyler decided to turn their wedding into a Mini Destination weekend by reserving Aventador Manor, Mount Pleasant Manor, and the Cottage. The bride and groom, along with their families and bridal party, checked in to the homes on Friday afternoon then headed over to the Tasting Room & Taphouse for some welcome drinks.  After the Tasting Room they were off to our Mountain Grove for their ceremony rehearsal. Once rehearsal was finished, it was time for the rehearsal dinner! And the best part? They didn’t have to go anywhere! As a part of their Mini Destination package they had access to the annex of the Lodge for their rehearsal dinner. It was a fun, relaxed, and intimate celebration; exactly how the couple envisioned it.

On Saturday, the big day, Meagan & Tyler stayed separated in Aventador as they each got ready with their respective bridal parties. Another plus of renting the overnight homes is getting to utilize the space as an all-day bridal suite.  It’s the perfect, cozy, and comfortable spot for hair and makeup. 

The couple decided to do a first look on the picturesque one-lane bridge; a favorite first look spot for many Lodge weddings.  Just look at his reaction! It was such a sweet moment that the couple shared together before they were officially husband and wife. They knocked out the majority of their photos with the bridal party (another plus of a first look!) then it was on to ceremony.  Meagan’s Dad walked her down the aisle then they said their I Do’s. 

The reception was filled with delicious food, including a DONUT WALL, as well as lots of dancing, laughs, and smiles. The guests ended the night by sending Meagan & Tyler off with a bubble exit (one of our favorites!)

Not only did the couple get upgraded to husband & wife, but they will also be taking on the title of Mom & Dad before too long. That’s right! They recently announced that they are expecting Baby Gendron’s arrival for January 2020! Congratulations Meagan & Tyler!

Vendors

Caterer: Harvest Moon
Ceremony Music: Stan Hamrick
Coordinator: Day by Fay
Florist: Vogue Flowers
Officiant: Welford Orrock
Photographer: Megan Rei Photography

2019-07-17T15:36:30+00:00July 17th, 2019|

Lauren & David

Today we are featuring Lauren & David’s wedding day on the blog! These two, along with their families, were so much fun to work with.  Lauren was very cool, calm, and collected during the wedding planning process with us. She didn’t want to get too caught up in the little details of the day. What she cared about was the bigger picture; marrying David. They opted out of doing a first look so the first time David saw Lauren as a bride was when her father was walking her down the aisle at the Gazebo.  His reaction was so sweet & raw, and luckily was beautifully captured by their photographer (Amelia Blaire Photo.) The I Do’s were said then the guests were welcomed to the Event Barn for cocktail hour and reception. Lauren & David snuck off for some couple portraits where they twirled in the vineyard and danced in the rain. The night came to a conclusion after an epic glow stick dance party by doing an American Flag grand exit. It was Memorial Day Weekend, after all! Thank you Lauren & David for celebrating with us, and congratulations!

Vendors

Catering & Coordinating: The Local / Helen Osinga

DJ: Music, Music, and More Music

Hair & Makeup: Charlottesville Makeup Artist

Floral: The Posey Detail

Photography: Amelia Blaire Photo

Videographer: Iron & Ivy

2019-06-27T15:39:41+00:00June 26th, 2019|

Amanda & Sam

Amanda & Sam kicked off our wedding season at the Event Barn on March 9th, 2019! We absolutely loved the bohemian details from their big day. From Amanda’s simple flower crown, to the mix-matched bridesmaids dresses, to the small pieces of greenery at the guests’ place settings, everything was perfect! It was a little misty, but rain was no worry for these two as they happily said their I Do’s inside of the Barn.  Luckily the rain held off and they were able to sneak outside later on for some more photo opportunities. The two said “no thank you” to the traditional wedding cake and decided to serve their guests donuts for a sweet treat instead, they were a hit! They danced the night away then did their grand exit while friends and family blew bubbles on them. We loved getting to be a part of this sweet couple’s big day. Enjoy these photos from their photographer, Jason Collins Photography!  

Vendors

Catering & Coordinating: The Local

DJ & Photobooth: DJ Ricky

Floral: Barnswallow Blooms

Lighting: Magical Lighting Concepts

Photography: Jason Collins Photography

Videographer: Gibson Video

2019-04-04T20:30:58+00:00April 4th, 2019|

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