This fun styled shoot was inspired by the blue wheels on the Sip Social Company’s new “Tap Bug.” Shot by Jess Aubrey of Poppy and Lace Photography, also the owner of the Sip Social Company, the shoot features an all-season color palette and the expansive views of Rillhurst Farm.
The Tap Bug is a 1966 vintage VW Beetle that has been converted into a mobile bar. There are 4 taps in back that can serve any beverage you like.
Dusty pinks and greens with four-season appeal were chosen for the over-the-top (of the hood) floral arrangement from Endless Creations Flowers.
Our couple enjoyed the views along the banks of the private lake at Rillhurst while enjoying this mini-lounge set from Bride and Joy Rentals.
Sipping cocktails from vintage glasses, looking out at these stunning views, the couple enjoy a truly special moment.
Our couple enjoy some time posing for photographs in front of the original farmhouse, built in 1750.
Rillhurst has an abundance of pastoral views of the lake, fields, and gardens. The historic hay barn was renovated recently and features an expansive sliding door in the back as well as the front, allowing guests to enjoy views in two directions. It can seat up to 120 guests.
Dusty blue and pink color palettes are trending right now, and they work well in a variety of settings. Here they add a touch of elegance to a farmhouse table on the back deck.
The Sip Social Company’s cocktail bar offers an elegant place to display vintage glassware from Blooming Arrow Events.
Our couple enjoy some time at of one of several ceremony spots at Rillhurst. This one is at the end of a small dock overlooking the lake.
- Tap Bug Mobile Bar, Cocktail Stand: The Sip Social, @sipsocialco
- Photography: Poppy and Lace Photography
- Models: Jin @jincuy, Drew Johnson @_whatsupdrew
- Florals: Endless Creations Flowers and Gifts, @culpeperweddingflorist
- Venue: Rillhurst Farm Weddings, @rillhurstweddings
- Lounge Furniture: Bride and Joy Rentals, @brideandjoy
- Vintage Glassware: Blooming Arrow Events, @bloomingarrowevents