Whimsical Garden Wedding In West Virginia

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]West Virginia is known for its beautiful backdrops and unmatched charm, when planning a wedding here you can be certain that it will be an amazing event. When this submission came to us from Jasmine at Jasmine White Photography, we knew immediately that this garden wedding was going to be an instant hit with our brides. No matter where you are located, the decor and artistic planning that went into this styled wedding is guaranteed to get brides all over the globe swooning at its magnificence.

But, this is not just any regular styled shoot.  Jasmine has been dreaming this up for years and was able to gather some of the most talented vendors in the area to make this vision happen. What makes this even sweeter is the venue, The White House Farm, at the moment this location is only exclusive to clients of Jasmine White Photography and is used as a setting for photo sessions. In the future, they plan to turn this into a wedding venue for all to enjoy. Being able to have this styled shoot at this location was a surreal experience for everyone involved, it also provided a glimpse of the possibilities that this venue can offer.

It doesn’t take much to describe the beauty of this whimsical garden wedding. The color palette consisted of shades of teal, blue, pink, dusty rose, brass, gold, and deep magenta. Majestic floral arrangements made by two different florists covered every surface possible.  Moss has been strategically arranged on the tablescapes and alongside the decor. Overflowing flower baskets were hanging from the trees and a jeweled chandelier was hanging directly over the stunning table.

The bride wore a stunning blush gown with a sheer overlay on the skirt and detailed lace at the top. Her makeup was flawless and perfectly complimented the flowers in her bouquet and hair. As if this could not get any better, a breathtaking tree swing made of old vines and decorated with flowers served as the perfect backdrop for the photos.

The tiered cake was adorned with even more flowers and was placed on a wooden stand. Beautiful pink donuts were also served. To tie it all in, gorgeous invitations and ceremony fans were created to match the decor.


[/vc_column_text][vc_masonry_media_grid grid_id=”vc_gid:1508631517667-c9385aff-8682-0″ include=”36631,36632,36633,36634,36635,36636,36639,36640,36641,36644,36646,36648,36651,36652,36653,36654,36656,36657,36660,36663,36666,36667,36668,36675,36676,36679,36680,36681,36682,36685,36687,36690,36694,36696,36697,36698,36700,36701,36703,36704,36707,36708,36710,36711,36712,36714,36715,36717,36718,36719,36720,36722,36726,36727,36729,36731,36733,36737,36739,36740,36741,36748,36749,36750,36751,36753,36759,36760,36763,36766,36767,36769,36770,36779,36781,36783,36785,36787,36788,36789,36792,36794,36796,36798,36800″][vc_column_text]Photographer:  Jasmine White Photography

Hair Stylist: Carlie Semonco

Floral Designer: Roller Floral by Ray and Lillies Flowers

Model: Ashley Bowyer

Model: Ashton White

Makeup Artist: Beauty by Kearston

Model: Bethany Justus

Dress Store: Bridal Central

Groomsman Attire: Bridal Central

Model: Domonique Sherell Mabe

Floral Designer: Flower Paradise Florist

Paper Props: Invitations by Laura

Hair Stylist: Klassy Kuts

Personal Stylist: The Polished Pinkie Nail Salon

Event Venue: The White House Farm

Officiant: Todd A Gray, Wedding Officiant

Bakery: Tonya Sutphin

Event Planner: Travis Collis

Heirlooms and extras: Vintage Moss

Submitted via Two Bright Lights[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][/vc_column][/vc_row]