From the very beginning of their relationship, Kyle and Camille decided to take things slowly. They were friends before they started dating. They chose not to rush into marriage even though that meant being long-distance for awhile. Every step of the way involved careful thought and planning, but after several years together they realized they never wanted to be apart. Around Thanksgiving Kyle brought Camille to the Cape Henry lighthouse to ask her to be his wife, and before they knew it their wedding day had arrived.
Rather than planning the biggest wedding possible, Kyle and Camille wanted an intimate party with a long, meaningful ceremony and only a handful of people in attendance. These are the people who have supported them thus far and promised last Saturday to continue walking alongside them in their marriage journey.
A small wedding can still mean a gorgeous one, and Camille’s carefully chosen details made the day simply beautiful. Her bouquet was filled with blush pink roses, eucalyptus, and some unique touches, while her bridesmaids were perfectly matched in their dusty mauve dresses. Intermittent rain made for some fun bridal party portraits, but there was still plenty of good weather to ditch the umbrellas for awhile. From Historic St. Luke’s to Smithfield Station and finally the Smithfield Inn, Kyle and Camille’s wedding was a perfect testament to the beauty of this little town.
Kyle and Camille, what an honor to be at your wedding, and what a joy to see you step carefully and thoughtfully into marriage. In a time when so many people want things instantly, your desire to make the best decision - even if it takes awhile - is truly refreshing. You are some of the kindest souls I’ve met, and while I am sad that you are moving away soon, I know that having each other as you change states yet again will be the bedrock for a solid marriage. Congratulations!
Invitations: Zazzle | Bridal Party Attire: Azazie | Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse | Hair/Makeup: Hair by Lauren Carter | Flowers: Fleur de Fou | Ceremony Venue: Historic St. Luke’s | Catering/Reception: Smithfield Inn | Organist: Liam Lees | Sound: Burwell Bay Audio Visual | Cake: Smithfield Gourmet Bakery and Cafe