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A Timeless Elegance Wedding at Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards in North Garden, Virginia

With a stunning custom gown, organic color palette and the help of Augusta's boss, celeb wedding planner Lynn Easton, Augusta and Brandon's romantic s

With a stunning custom gown, organic color palette and the help of Augusta's boss, celeb wedding planner Lynn Easton, Augusta and Brandon's romantic summer nuptials hit just the right note of relaxed elegance.

Gold wedge sandals were glam, yet comfortable, and perfect for an outdoor celebration.
The couple exchanged simple gold bands during the ceremony. Augusta's band complemented her sapphire and diamond engagement ring, which was set in yellow gold.
The signature cocktail was was a summer berry mojito.
A guest list of 80 meant the couple could seat everyone at a single 80-foot wooden table on the veranda of Pippin Hill's Tasting Room. Bistro lights glowed above the whitewash table topped with white linens, trays of peaches and centerpieces of garden roses, green viburnum berries and herbs.
Tempura green beans with spicy mayo was served to guests during cocktail hour.
Pale blue chargers were set with calligraphed menus personalized with guests' names.
French wired baskets filled with fresh apricots, honey and local cheddar cheese wrapped in butcher paper was offered to guests as favors.
Augusta's aunt calligraphed the escort cards with the same blue ink as the rest of the wedding stationery.
The couple served three cakes--one almond, one carrot and a caramel-flavored one for Brandon--adorned with passion flower vine, fresh peaches and blackberries.
Augusta carried an unfussy bunch of garden roses, dahlias, white sumac, herbs, scabiosa, green viburnum berries and passion flower vine. The bridesmaids carried similar bouquets with a touch of color.
A green and white boutonniere of rose buds, olive leaves, rosemary and viburnum berries popped against Brandon's navy lapel.
Augusta's aunt calligraphed the stationery in Grace Kelly blue ink on fine Italian paper.
Inspired by her own two-piece style, Augusta dressed her bridesmaids in ivory bustiers and blush wrap skirts.
Augusta worked closely with designer Emily Riggs to create a custom variation on her Claire gown. Her dress was a one-of-a-kind two-piece, with a delicate lace top and a full tulle skirt.