A Murray Hill Wedding in Leesburg, Virginia

Eleanor and Kevin wanted their wedding to be a reflection of themselves—joyful and easygoing. Bohemian-inspired details and a bold color scheme, from

Eleanor and Kevin wanted their wedding to be a reflection of themselves—joyful and easygoing. Bohemian-inspired details and a bold color scheme, from a temporary tattoo parlour during cocktail hour to a shoeless bride, everything about the couple’s day was completely “them.”

The bride wore her hair in a side fishtail braid with a simple floral crown.
The bride wanted her flowers to be happy, joyous and free, and mixed peonies, poppies, ranunculus, dahlias and dusty miller to create her vibrant bouquet.
The bride wanted to feel comfortably and authentically herself, so she went with a looser-fitting sheath Claire Pettibone gown -- without shoes!
The couple's programs were printed into newspapers with stories past and present about the couple, information about the reception and the dinner menu.
The couple exchanged vows atop a cliff overlooking the Potomac River.
Intrigue Design Studio printed an escort card board poster to look like a chalk board, but without the mess.
Wooden signs guided guests to each portion of the day’s festivities scattered across the 57-acre estate.
After an intimate ceremony overlooking the Potomac River, the celebration moved to the barn for dinner and dancing.
Floral straws adorned with hip hip hooray! flags added a fun touch to cocktail hour.
The couple styled their outdoor cocktail hour with vintage furniture and unique decor.
The couple mixed pink, orange, yellow and green flowers in macramé hanging arrangements surrounded by mercury glass to add color to the rustic reception.
The couple decorated with macramé hanging floral arrangements, as well as low centerpieces, to add some color to the rustic reception. In addition, guests got to take home the succulents as favors.
The couple filled vintage vases with ranunculus and dahlias for their centerpieces.
Intrigue Design Studio created whimsical escort cards for the reception.
The couple worked with the planner to create crossword puzzles for guests to complete at their seat since the menu was in the program.
The couple served Crispy Panko Crab Cakes. Since we were so close to Maryland crabs this local option was a must, the bride says.
For dinner, they had a roasted chicken and lemon horseradish crusted salmon duo entrée.
The couple had a temporary tattoo booth, marked with a sign made out of pushpins and a cork board, and stocked with tattoos that spoke to Eleanor and Kevin as individuals and a couple.
Eleanor and Kevin danced to “Desert Sunrise” by Brett Dennen for their first dance.