Sometimes you meet a person, so kind and genuine that you can’t simply explain them in words. Emily is that person. You can’t spend time with her and not enjoy being around her. To make the day even better Drew was exactly the same.
They we so thoughtful and considerate with every decision they made. Drew and Emily wanted this to be a day of bliss and happiness, I believe the day exceeded all expectations.
This new trend of Micro Weddings is brilliant. The Bride and Groom choose to surround themselves with the people most special to them. The magic of the wedding day is still there, but you enjoy the day more.
The best part of this day, we had more time to take photos then a full wedding day. The timeline Emily and Drew created was all about photography and beautiful images; they succeeded. Of course my inner child was screaming like a kid at Christmas but, can you blame me? 😉
If you have never had a chance to visit the Greenbrier, Drapers is the place to start your trip! We made a quick stop to Drapers for Ice cream and photos! Emily and Drew shared the most picturesque milk shake, while taking their wedding photos. It was a exciting experience to say the least.
Side note- If you go to Drapers try the Sorbet, it was crave worthy!
The Greenbrier was the best host for Emily and Drew’s wedding. The staff was always available and ready to help in anyway needed. It was a fantastic experience! If you are planning your wedding I highly recommend to contact Mrs. Ritcher, the coordinator (who was wonderful to work with) and scheduling a tour! You won’t be disappointed.
Venue: The Greenbrier
Coordination: Laura Ritcher, the Greenbrier
Dress: David’s Bridal
Brides Shoes: Mischka Bagdley
Hair: Studio G, the Greenbrier
Makeup: Studio G, the Greenbrier
Groom Attire: Men’s Warehouse
Florist: Gillespies, The Greenbrier
Catering: the Greenbrier
Cake: The Greenbrier pasty chef
Assistant: Alissa Sedlock