Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Virginia is for Lovers

I'm taking a break from my wedding posts to share a late weekend update on the beautiful wedding we attended this weekend in Virginia.  Brooke was a beautiful bride and Eric was beaming from ear-to-ear!  

We arrived on Saturday and decided to go into DC to explore.  We got off the Metro, turned down and street and saw this: Taste of DC.  So much for monuments and memorials... 2 hours of food sounded great to us!  

Afterwards, we met up with the bridal party after the rehearsal at the Lost Rhino Brewing Company for some beers and great food.  

On Sunday morning, the wedding wasn't until 1:00, so we checked out a local farm, got some cider, and did some of fall things we've been missing in SC.




The wedding was at a beautiful country club in Haymarket, Virginia.  The weather was perfect for their outdoor ceremony, and it overlooked the 18th hole of the golf course.


How cute this their son, the "Junior Best Man"?





12 comments:

Julie said...

Holy moly that pretzel looks good! :)

Jen said...

What a beautiful wedding. Virginia is one of my absolute favorite places to visit.

Kerry @ Till Then Smile Often said...

No but seriously that pretzel!!! Haha! Looks like it was a beautiful day!

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

The white pumpkins! I love them.

Carly Blogs Here said...

What a great weekend- loove all those white pumpkins! And so fun you guys got to go to Taste! In all my years of living here I've never been, that food looks delicious!

nobologna said...

I want that pretzel more than anything in this world right now.....

nobologna said...

I want that pretzel more than anything in this world right now.....

Lisa C said...

You were up in my neck of the woods! I actually almost went to Taste of DC this weekend. I was just feeling lazy, haha.

Samantha Ehredt said...

Ah! Haymarket is right down the street from me! Can I ask which country club you were at? We have a wedding a CC there next weekend, so I'm curious if it's the same place!

I've heard great things about Lost Rhino and that Food Festival looks amazing. You can never beat chicken & waffles and cupcakes!

Mary said...

awww their son is so cute!

Amye Mae said...

How fun that you had time to visit DC and explore our town a bit! Hope the Taste of DC was fun - we are becoming quite the foodie city!

Lisa said...

You were in my neck of the woods as well - Im right outside DC and about 30 min from Haymarket!~ Glad you enjoyed VA

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