A Natural, Simple Wedding at Meadowkirk at Delta Farm in Middleburg, Virginia


                    Kathryn Yarbrough (31 and a teacher) and Theodore Whitney (44 and a teacher) wanted their wedding to be classic and comfortable

Kathryn Yarbrough (31 and a teacher) and Theodore Whitney (44 and a teacher) wanted their wedding to be classic and comfortable for their families. They held their ceremony and reception at Meadowkirk at Delta Farm in Middleburg, Virginia, after falling in love with its beautiful natural backdrop. "We were able to give our guests a destination wedding that showed all we love about rural Virginia," Kathryn says. Natural, simple details like gray and purple linens coordinated with mercury glass and floral arrangements of white hydrangeas, peonies baby's breath, and seeded eucalyptus in unstructured forms brought out the natural beauty of the rolling countryside at Meadowkirk. Check out more photos by Ginny Filer Photography, below.

The three-tier white cake was decorated with fresh white flowers.
Small pails held lush, romantic arrangements of baby's breath and green hydrangeas for the centerpiece decor.
White Rose and Eucalyptus Bouquets
Black-and-White Ceremony Programs
Kathryn carried a lush bouquet of white roses and peonies, offset by seeded eucalyptus leaves.
A simple, white rose boutonniere was paired with the groomsmen's gray tuxedos with purple vests and ties.
The bridesmaids wore purple chiffon floor-length dresses, which were paired with white and green bouquets.
The couple exchanged their vows in one of the natural stone buildings at Meadowkirk at Delta Farm in Middleburg, Virginia.
A painted wooden sign at the ceremony let guests know that they could choose their own seating.
Bunches of white hydrangeas were displayed in mercury glass vases for the centerpieces.
White candle lanterns surrounded by baby's breath stood at the center of the table for this centerpiece display.