Kelsey and Billy’s wedding was filled with vintage details and the stunning greenery of their venue, Goodstone Inn. It included Goodstone’s show-stopping Ivy Wall as a ceremony backdrop, vintage furniture from Paisley and Jade, live entertainment, and their German Shephard, who sported a floral collar for portrait photos.
This flat lay, featuring invitations by Jen Simpson Design, captures the romantic vintage vibe of the wedding with a small gold tray and a pair of ornate embroidery scissors.
Engraved vow books add an elegant touch.
Bouquet charms are a lovely way to honor someone special and remember those who can’t be there with you.
The couple provided out of town guests with thoughtful welcome packages. Fun fact: Route 66 potato chips are made in Virginia, and visitors can tour the factory in Mt. Jackson.
Goodstone Inn provide breathtaking scenery for photo opps, from the meticulously maintained garden of the Dutch Cottage, to expansive views of green fields and rolling hills.
Goodstone’s Ivy Wall is a one-of-a-kind ceremony spot.
The reception was held in a large tent furnished with pieces from Paisley and Jade, including a lounge area with their Linden sofa, settee and side chairs.
Rattan chandeliers were hung from the top of the tent, above the dance floor.
A large, white vintage dresser held a wedding cake from Jisoo Cake Design.
The couples pets were also featured in custom cookies from Tiny Tudor Cookies.
Live entertainment was provided by the Bachelor Boys Band.
- Photography: Lindsey&Co
- Venue: Goodstone Inn
- Cake: Jisoo Cake Design
- Invitations: Jen Simpson Design
- Bridal Store: The Bridal Room
- Dress Designer: Kelly Faetanini
- Hair: Styled by Sarah Richards
- Makeup: Brittany Patten @mubsxbrittany of Makeup by Shirin
- Rentals: Paisley and Jade
- Groom’s Attire: J.Hilburn
- Videographer: Aerial Illustrations
- Florist: Cedar & Lime
- Planner: Serendipity Wedding Services
- Entertainment: Bachelor Boys Band
- Cookies: Tiny Tudor Cookies