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A Vintage Homespun Wedding in Vinton, Virginia

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Emily & Brett in Vinton, Virginia
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A rustic wildflower boutonniere accented the groom's blue tie and pocket square.
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The sentimental couple used a family heirloom quilt as the photo booth backdrop for their polaroid guestbook.
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Emily's stunning vintage sapphire engagement ring and diamond band are heirlooms.
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Emily knew that she wanted to carry a wild mixture of flowers, including herbs, in a variety of colors and textures.
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Emily custom designed and handmade all of the vintage-inspired paper items following a clean aesthetic and kraft paper accents.
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The playful couple provided guests with colorful sunglasses to protect their eyes from the sunset.   "We were both a bit nervous so it was really funny to look out at the crowd and see everyone wearing a rainbow of glasses, said Emily."  "It definitely helped to ease our nerves!"
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The Blue Ridge Mountains provided a stunning background for the outdoor ceremony (guests even enjoyed a heat lightning show!).
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Guests showered the newlyweds with helicopter seeds as they made their way up the aisle.
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Guests were given cones in pastel vintage-inspired patterns, filled with helicopter seeds to shower the couple with after they exchanged vows.
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Emily planned on wearing her hair down for her outdoor wedding but because of a stormy forecast, she made the last minute decision to go with an elegant updo with a navy and green crystal hair comb.
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Emily designed and printed matching vintage-inspired tags to complete the honey jar favors.
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Emily designed and printed the crisp navy and white stationery with a vintage script font.
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As a nod to their background in architecture, the couple constructed a rustic alter out of two repurposed doors topped with a lush floral arrangement.
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The couple filled their personal collection of crocks, vessels, watering cans, milk glass, jugs and mason jars with a mix of flowers, resulting in an eclectic mashup of their favorite antiques.

Emily & Brett in Vinton, Virginia

Emily and Brett hosted an outdoor homespun, vintage-inspired fall affair set against Virginia's majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. DIY details and eclectic antique decor, including a repurposed door alter and tablescapes filled with family heirlooms, added personality to the couple's rustic nuptials.
- Lauren Levy
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