Amy + Jeremy’s Rustic Schoolhouse Wedding

Today’s wedding is a fun one – taking place on the grounds of a school!  This school looks SUPER different from the one I went to as a kid.  This couple put a lot of effort into really make this wedding their own – the groom, a graphic designer, designed all the stationery and signage, the bride put together all the centerpieces, and family members pitched in to create the bouquets and make the desserts for the dessert table.  They also embraced a subtle “cherry” theme, since that is their last name!  Cherries in their logo, cherries on the cake , cherry red shoes – they even served cherry cola.

The bride wore her mother’s veil, and carried the same penny (sixpence) in her shoe that her grandma carried on her wedding day.

All the bouquets were arranged by the bride’s mother.

The bride spent months collecting vintage china and vases for the reception tables.

Congrats Amy and Jeremy!



Photography: Seth Binsted and Frank Ameka (both friends of the couple)

Venue: Adams International School, Maidens, Virginia

Stationery: Designed by the groom

Florals: DIY/Trader Joe’s

  1. Who isn’t pleased with the look of a simple, no fuss wedding such as this? The country feel is always relaxing, but they paired it with elements that classed it up a lot. And, I’m only going to say this once…those shoes! Gah, I love them!

  2. Ahh! Seriously, this is soooo amazing to see our wedding featured. It truly was a labor of love and having family and close friends make this day happen was such a blessing. It truly was the wedding we dreamed of. Thank you for this post, thank you!!!

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