This lovely summer wedding took place in Virginia and features a Unity Candle Ceremony. Such ceremonies generally take place after the vows and symbolize two lives becoming one. The Bride and Groom each take a lit candle (often lit by a family member before the ceremony) and together use their individual flames to light a new candle.
They also displayed a Memorial Candle at the reception, which is a way to include lost loved ones in your special day.
This incredibly ornate wedding took place in a Greek Orthodox Cathedral. From the Bride’s Jimmy Choo shoes, to the one-of-a-kind Groom’s boutonnière; it is stunning down to the smallest detail.
The variety of wedding flowers are definitely a key point for me. Sometimes having only one or two types of flowers is exactly what a wedding needs, but the combination of colors and blossoms is exquisite. Each arrangement, bouquet and centerpiece are all different!