Blush and Gold Yorktown Freight Shed wedding: Mr and Mrs Johnson

It all started with a date on the beach in Yorktown....then love changed everything! Within 6 months, this sweet couple got engaged, purchased a house, and began planning the rest of their lives together.  The forecast called for rain...yet miraculously, it was a beautiful day with not a drop of rain to dampen spirits or hearts. In her Ava Clara gown, Brittany took everyone's breath away. Todd, who lost his dad to cancer, wore his father's watch so that he too could be a part of this special day. After a touching church ceremony, Todd and Brittany headed back to the beach where it all began. The bride chose pink, blush, and gold that only enhanced the beautiful setting overlooking the York River. The Coleman Bridge stood quietly in the background, perhaps symbolic for bridging hearts and families together. The couple chose the historic Freight Shed to celebrate their I dos. The Freight Shed was originally built in 1935 on the banks of the York River and has undergone many transformations in its lifetime. It has been a steamship terminal, a post office, and now hosts events and celebrations against a stunning backdrop. The sunset was absolutely breathtaking and made for some amazing photos of the blissful couple. They danced the night away with friends and family, only making their exit beneath a shower of sparklers and well-wishes.

 

Vendors:

Ceremony:

Reception: Yorktown Freight Shed

Coordinator: Soirees by Lauren

Table and plates: Hampton Roads event rentals

DJ: Colonial DJ

Caterer: Sweet Madelines

Dress: Ava Clara

Shoes: Tieks

Flowers: Flower Cupboard

Cake & macaroons: HUmmingbird macaroons

Save the Date: Paperdoll Designs