Danielle and Byran’s wedding was both intimate and rustic is every sense. An outdoor ceremony overlooking a pond, followed by a tent reception was simple but personal in  every way to make this day one for loved ones to remember.

Danielle and Bryan bucked tradition of an over-the-top wedding and showcased how sweet, simple touches can make a wedding truly special. Bales of hale and mason jars filled with sprigs of Baby’s Breath graced the aisle. A ring bearer was pulled in a little red wagon. Wooden posts pointed to “Barbecue, Brews, and Bad Dance Moves.”

Britani Edwards Photography did an exceptional job of capturing signature moments: Danielle being embraced pre-ceremony, by her father; the newly wed couple kissing beside the pond; and the entire bridal party on a bridge above the Cacapon River.

Floor length mint green bridesmaid dresses featured an one-shoulder halter top and a thigh slit to show off polished cowboy boots. The groom and groomsmen wore fitted white dress shirts, but relaxed jeans for a more casual aesthetic. Danielle’s wedding dress was a perfect balance between formal and casual. Her simple soft sweetheart neckline dress featured an A-line ivory chiffon skirt, and just a touch of light detailing along the bodice.

Guests capped off the day with ivory and mint green cupcakes at metal fold up tables featuring canvas flower centerpieces.

Bakery:Melanie Crider//Floral Designer:Martin’s Foods & Florals//Band:Cross’ N Styles//Photographer: Britani Edwards Photography//