Lacy and Trevor were married at Wolf Trap Farm near Charlottesville on April 16th, 2016 on the most beautiful Saturday afternoon with the most beautiful view of the Virginia countryside. Lacy came to me back in the fall looking for a day-of coordinator to help with her upcoming spring wedding. One of the truths I quickly noticed about Lacy and Trevor's love was that it is patient, sweet, and protective. They had a sweet, thoughtful, and intentional wedding ceremony (officiated by their dear friend Craig) full of their favorite worship songs and even a tree planting ceremony to signify the start of their new life together. The weather was a sunny, beautiful 72 degrees and Lacy made one of the prettiest brides I have ever seen.
Not only was it evident how much Lacy and Trevor loved it each other, but also how much they were both deeply loved by their friends and family. The MOH gave the most heartwarming speech about her love for Lacy and their long term friendship, their ability to read each other's minds during Charades, and how she couldn't wait until Lacy and Trevor could read each other's minds during games.
Lacy had the most beautiful bride's bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, dusty miller, and garden roses! So perfect for a spring wedding!
After the ceremony, guests were invited to the cocktail hour and reception. The theme was rustic and this was truly a DIY wedding with lots and lots of details and complete with a cotton candy tree! Fun fact: I also loved that Lacy is gluten free (like me) and had a gluten free cake or her and Trevor to cut and eat!
The guests ended the evening with lots and lots and lots of dancing and fun music. And Lacy and Trevor got to sneak off for photos during the most killer Virginia sunset. These photos are seriously magazine worthy!
And then they started their new lives together in submission and love as husband and wife!
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All photos: Daytona May Photography