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A Classic Wedding at Keswick Hall in Keswick, Virginia

Inspired by the Audrey Hepburn movie Sabrina, Samantha and Charlie planned a classic, romantic Southern wedding with the Blue Ridge Mountains as their

Inspired by the Audrey Hepburn movie Sabrina, Samantha and Charlie planned a classic, romantic Southern wedding with the Blue Ridge Mountains as their backdrop. A color palette of metallics, deep burgundy, eggplant, mustard yellow and green helped to set the tone for their elegant wedding.

The bridesmaids wore long, strapless eggplant Jenny Yoo gowns, which complemented the season perfectly.
The flower girls wore matching floor length, sleeveless ivory organza dresses that complimented Samantha's gown. A headpiece of baby's breath completed the charming look.
The four tier cake featured alternating layers of chocolate and vanilla.
The custom made invitations were classic black and white, with the gorgeous calligraphy being the main draw of the invitation. We also had a custom logo made by our calligrapher, which appears on the top of the invitation, as well that was seen throughout the wedding, Samantha says.
A small arrangement of hydrangeas, dahlias and roses hung off the chairs at the ceremony.
The ceremony took place  on the lower terrace of Keswick Hall, just before sunset. An arch covered in hydrangea stood behind the couple as they said their vows.
A gorgeous fall wreath was decorated with a banner written in Spanish in honor of Charlie's heritage.
A soft flower arrangement of roses, hydrangeas, and dahlias were displayed in sliver mirror goblets.
Tall gold candelabras complemented the low centerpiece arrangements that sat atop rustic farm tables.
A thank you note from the bride and groom was placed at every seat, showing the couple's gratitude for their guests.
A chalkboard gave guests a timeline for the reception, which was filled with fantastic food and live music.
Guests were invited to relax in the sophisticated lounge area, which was filled with white furniture and metallic embellished pillows.
The escort cards were simple and classic, and penned in elegant calligraphy.
Colorful flags with congratulatory phrases were given to guests to wave at the couple during their exit.
The reception was held in a large, clear topped tent, which allowed everyone to enjoy the starry sky as dusk settled. Plenty of candles and touches of gold had the inside of the tent twinkling as well.
An arrangement of ivory and blush dahlias, garden roses, lisianthuses and ranunculuses, were tied with a double-sided satin ribbon for the romantic bridal bouquet.
Samantha wore a traditional Lazaro ivory tulle ball gown with a sweetheart neckline, silk satin organza bodice with a floral jewel encrusted band at the waist, a circular gathered skirt with horsehair hem and a chapel train.
The couple hit the dance floor for their first spin as husband and wife.
The newlyweds made their getaway as guests waved colorful flags at the end of the celebration.