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Wedding Wednesday: The Potter Wedding

The Potter Wedding | October 14, 2017 | Photography by: Melissa Williamson

Stephanie Chambers first met her future husband Brad Potter when they were playing slow-pitch softball together. One day, while they were at home together, Brad came up to Stephanie from behind and embraced her with a ring in his hands. Stephanie called the simple, intimate proposal "an absolutely perfect moment."

The couple decided not to have a specific theme for their wedding day, but they felt that their wedding fit both of their personalities perfectly. Shades of burgundy, champagne and gold paired with the perfect floral arrangements and bouquets allowed Stephanie and Brad to become husband and wife in an elegant ceremony at the Vinton War Memorial. When Stephanie finally walked down the aisle after five years of waiting and planning, Brad was emotional and teared up. During the reception, the couple was consumed in each other during their first dance, a moment that was very special to Stephanie, who says, "I don't remember seeing anyone in the room but us."

Make sure to see more of the Potter wedding on page 56 of bridebook!

Photography: Melissa Williamson
Dress: David's Bridal
Flowers: Vickie Chambers
Venue: Vinton War Memorial
Caterer: Teaberry's Catering
DJ: Sound Dawgs
Groomsmen's Attire: Vera Wang
Hair: Trendz - Jessi Alley and Cierra Phillippe
Alterations: Kay's Corner
Cake: Mary Plunkett
Planner: Vinton War Memorial - Chasity Barbour

Wedding Wednesday: The McIntosh Wedding

The McIntosh Wedding | October 8, 2016 | Photography by: Lesley Wray

Christine Campbell and Jason McIntosh met after being introduced by Christine's sister and her boyfriend. The two met for dinner and have been together ever since. Jason later proposed on a trip to Nashville when the couple visited for New Year's Eve.

The unique centerpieces full of candles, deer antlers and pumpkins accentuated the rustic and classy theme of the wedding. With colors of antique gold, blush and ivory, and a naked cake covered in cupcakes, this outdoor wedding had many unique touches. The venue itself was unique because it was Christine's parents house on Smith Mountain Lake. Christine says that one of the most memorable parts of the day was being surrounded by friends and family, many of whom she had not seen in years. Another sweet and unique touch to the ceremony was when Christine's four sons walked her down the aisle to meet their new father.

Make sure to see more of the McIntosh wedding on page 104 of bridebook!

Photography: Lesley Wray Photography
Dress: Ann's Boutique
Cake: Kupkakery Bakery
Venue: Private Venue
Caterer: Teaberry's Catering
Jewelry: Princess Jewelry
DJ: DJ Shock
Attendant's Dresses: Macy's
Groomsmen's Attire: Macy's
Rentals: Aztec Rental