As I made my way around the curves of the mountains before I arrived to the beautiful Sherrill’s Inn, rain started to lightly come down in the area. I smiled to myself remembering how beautiful Vince & Ginny’s engagement session in the rain and fog was, so their wedding day wanted to reflect the same feeling. It drizzled on and off throughout the day at exactly the right times, making all the greens around the venue vibrant and rich with color. Ginny & Vince knew they found THE wedding venue when they walked through the maze of hedges and “secret” gardens the property is surrounded by. The Inn has been around since 1834 nestled up in the mountains, I was swooning all day. A huge thanks to Amy for traveling to photograph the day with me! Ginny & Vince, I so loved getting to know you both throughout the months and capture a piece of your history together as a couple and now husband and wife! xo
Here are some of my favorite memories of the day (just to name a few!):
- The veil and earrings Ginny wore were passed down through the generations and Vince’s ring is passed down from his grandfather
- Vince designed/handmade the groomsmen/father ties (how cool is that!) The design incorporates the North and South Carolina state flowers
- All of the DIY decor and details (wedding invitations, florals, handwritten program screen, and the prayer flags) were artfully done by the couple
- Ginny & Vince found and restored the old church window they used as their ceremony backdrop with the eucalyptus dripping along the sides
- Both of Ginny’s parents walked her down the aisle. It was a really special moment.
- Their family and friends surrounded them in an intimate ceremony in the woods as they exchanged personalized vows
- These two can dance. Ginny’s Dad and his band played throughout the reception – even Vince got on the drum set for a couple songs and rocked it out!