These two are the absolute cutest. They love Disney and dressing up for events like The Maryland Renaissance Festival, so I was not surprised to see little hints of their identities sprinkled throughout their Faithbrooke Vineyards wedding day.
Tabby and Max are really laidback. So laidback they booked their wedding photos about three months prior to their big day.
Driving into Faithbrooke Vineyards wedding venue was something straight from a Hallmark movie. The roadway winds around and runs next to a railroad track, and a train rolled right on through as we pulled in!
The views from the mountainside were beautiful.
They wanted to add traditional aspects to their wedding. There was no first look. The sun was setting right as the ceremony ended and it afforded us the most beautiful golden hour lighting.
Tabby’s dress was reminiscent of Belle, one of her favorite Disney characters.
Katey Johnston with Tangles Hair Studio did a great job with Tabby’s hair and makeup. Max catered to Tabby’s needs, especially steins of mead! Carper’s Weddings did a stellar job with the florals. I still can’t get over how pretty Tabby’s bouquet is.
It was such a stress-free evening thanks to the Day-of-Coordinator, Brandon Elizabeth Events, and to the wedding couple’s carefree vibes!
The reception hall is a beautiful white building with copper gutters. Large windows show the spectacular views of the Shenandoah area.
Tabby and her dad opted to do a funny choreographed dance to a Meghan Trainor tune, while Max stuck to tradition with a slow dance with his mom and plenty of smiles.
The food was catered by Mainstreet Catering and Baking. We had brunch for dinner in a buffet style! Bijou’s Sweet Treats baked the delicious cake. Jean with Incredible DJs played the hits and kept everyone on their feet both inside the building and out! We ended the evening with a bonfire to keep warm during the cooler November evening.