And here is Part 2 of Tashia and David’s amazing “bohemian/romantic with modern touches” wedding! If you missed yesterday’s post, Part 1, go there first to read the full story of this West Virginia wedding day.
After Tashia and David exchanged wedding vows and sped by in their awesome Russian Ural sidecar motorcycle, we met them just down the road, back a lane, and in the woods, at their very own 5-acre plot of land. Future plans for them are to build a home there and it truly is a beautiful space. A group photo with said motorcycle.
Tashia and her bridesmaids.
David and his groomsmen.
The wedding party. This group was one fun bunch!
When we were driving in towards the resort, we passed this field and knew that the resulting photos would be breathtaking. (Though we were all picking seeds out of our shoes afterwards!)
And they had absolutely no qualms about driving that motorcycle into the field.
The evening light was so pretty and perfect.
A few more pictures with the antique car.
Everyone had such a great time that day!
Down the hill from the tent, there’s a pavilion and a barn. They set up lots of spaces for people to mingle, hangout, and just have a great evening. The typewriter….their guest book….and what a fabulous idea it was!
The barn had a bar outside and space inside for music and dancing.
Tashia and David’s reactions to the toasts.
Drinks, cakes, and other assorted yummy desserts.
They even had a bonfire.
The Patrick Sweany Band, out of Nashville.
And then everyone danced the night away.
Thank you Tashia and David! Your wedding day was phenomenal!