When it’s time to face the music and marry someone, BRIDEface Richmond will make sure that face is not only a vision of beauty, but one that won’t betray you when the tears start flowing. Hopefully, they will be happy tears, but that part, at least, is up to you.
Archives: 2015 wedding guide
Designer Carly Reed had been doing so many invitations and whatnot for her marrying friends, she decided to turn it into a business based on really genuine, heartfelt design that represents your coupledom to a T.
Pearl and her daughter, Ruby, run their wedding planning business from both the brain and the heart. They love to watch people start their lives together, and they love all the nuts and bolts of the process.
But what if you’re given the weighty responsibility of capturing all of the memories, forever? Some people, like Don Mears and his wife, Lindsay, relish the challenge.
Built around and encompassing the ruins of the old, well, mill at Fine Creek, this venue can accommodate more than 200 guests or a more intimate ceremony. The Mill is family-owned, steeped in historic charm, and able to provide much more than just a setting for your big day. Lisa Benusa tells us more.
Warning: learning about what goes on in the mind of the bridal hair stylist will make you feel emotions. We do not kid.
The owner of two wedding businesses, Christine is so calm, in control, and easy to talk to that you’d never guess she’s fielding zillions of calls a day from stressed-out wedding folk. Here’s her insight into the biz and some advice to keep you from fleeing to Elopeland, USA.
You’re not into a live band, really, and you want something more curated and finessed than an iPod playlist. You’re in DJ world now, baby! But you can’t go in blind. Here are the things you need to know, by RVA favorite DJ Robot E. Lee (aka RVANews author Phil Williams).
Great flower arrangements can add a ton of aesthetic value to any event—but for weddings, they convey a lot of emotion, connect it with nature, and are just dang calming to look at. Kristi Hord from Flower Girls gives us a look behind the scenes.
Courtney’s been planning Richmond (and area) weddings since 2008, and she knows what’s up in terms of what you need to worry about and what you don’t. Her weddings are elegant and stunning, but still a lot of fun. Herein, she shares her wisdom.