Sarah and Michael
This young couple from West Virginia was surrounded by loved ones in a beautiful late spring wedding. The couple had their eye on Weymouth Hill before their official engagement as they were waiting for his parents to move back from Italy to be a part of the engagement celebration.
Sarah’s mother, Kate, was quick on her feet with planning as the couple opted for a short engagement, keeping everything most traditional. The bride had a stand in bride walk down the aisle for her during rehearsal. There were many special touches for their daytime wedding with hints of blue and a deep faith of the couple being at the center of the ceremony. The large wedding party, family and friends enjoyed the afternoon celebrating this young couple just before they headed to their honeymoon.
Photos Courtesy Karrie Lycans
Kendall and Cody
This spring wedding was abound with fresh blooms both in the ground and draping the ceremony space as well as layered in the reception cabin with a theme of blue everywhere.
The garden ceremony gave way to a festive tented cocktail hour followed by the couple’s introduction parading the fountain with a posy toss leading into their first choreographed dance.
This bride, a former actress, needed no theatrics on her day as her infectious smile and larger than life personality set the tone for many sweet moments with Cody and a most pleasant event. Even a brief rain shower brought laughter and a sign of good luck to the happy couple.
The couple met at her family-owned business when Covid and a broken leg led her home from L.A. Who knew, sweet love was in store returning to her hometown. Both Kendall and Cody work in the banking business at Kentucky Farmer’s Bank in Ashland, Ky.
They jumped right into the real test of marriage, remodeling a home together. All was ready just in time for the happy couple to begin as husband and wife.
Photos Courtesy of Jessi Jones Photography
Kelly and Eric
This busy nurse practitioner discovered her fellow hardworking life partner just across the river on Facebook. Eric and Kelly were both already single parents, but found life is just sweeter doing it together.
When the two decided on a winter wedding, they were also embarking on a house building project at the same time. Keeping the wedding intimate with close family and friends, the Cartes found warmth in the cozy cabin on a misty January day. Kelly opted for muted winter tones and had a fabulous bouquet made by an artisan from the Ukraine.
Eric was a real trooper as he pushed through being slightly under the weather, but it wasn’t anything some salt air and 75 degrees couldn’t cure as the couple flew to honeymoon in Key West following their event.
Cassie and Tristan
There’s something magical about the Christmas season and when the season marks the anniversary of a long-standing courtship, why not make it your forever wedding anniversary.
Christmas break was the perfect time for Tristan to take a break from medical school and for family and friends to come together for the holiday also celebrating this union. Cassie lost her father just a few months before, but his memory was certainly present as was so many devoted loves ones to include her go-getter Grandmother who led the charge of her décor—a gift she offers her grandchildren.
Family from as far away as Paris traveled to see Tristan and Cassie begin their life together. Their wedding was a festive way to kick off Christmas gatherings.
Photos courtesy of QuinZur Photography
Candice and Brandon
While backpacking in Northern Idaho, Brandon surprised Candice with a ring only their engagement was secret for days as they were off the grid and didn’t have cell service to tell anyone.
Their December wedding less than six months later was anything but remote surrounded by abundant friends and family traveling from as far away as Alaska.
The couple opted for a nearby church ceremony with guests gathering to celebrate their reception inside the Weymouth Hill cabin with a festive spread of food, drinks and hot cocoa bar. The couple danced the night away and guests were so cozy they hardly noticed the reception ending.
The couple honeymooned in Puerto Rico, but these avid adventurers are spotted all over when their work schedules allow.
Photos courtesy Mark Webb
Lauren and Tanner
The guests kept coming exceeding this couple’s head count, a sure sign that everyone was enthusiastic about celebrating their union.
Lauren and Tanner spent over a year contemplating their wedding day, the logistics, when and where. During their first visit, it was the resident Labradors who made the couple feel most at home as Tanner was awaiting his Labrador sight dog to complete training and possibly be in the ceremony.
This November wedding had all the warmth of a summer day.
Photos courtesy Rara Bowling
Desiree and Jordan
Blue skies and perfect temperature on an October day gave Desiree and Jordan a perfect setting for an outdoor garden ceremony and tented reception.
Family and friends witnessed an emotional first look as Desiree walked down the aisle in a blush, princess gown. The groom and groomsmen kept it casual in blue jeans with dress shirt and vests.
White and blush roses adorned their ceremony space and all their outdoor tables. The cabin was transformed into a thoughtful food display space courtesy of the mother-of-the groom’s vision.
This daytime wedding was filled with an afternoon of family and friends enjoying the outdoor fall weather and the union of high school sweethearts.
Photos courtesy of Tessa Marie Kouns
Lilly and Haddon
The exuberance of the wedding party was almost giddy as former college classmates were reunited once again from all over the country. This Louisa, Kentucky bride met the love of her life, a North Carolina native, during her studies in Pennsylvania.
It was a beautiful October day with a slight morning drizzle that led Lilly to move her ceremony indoors to the cabin. Ceremony music was led by an accomplished violinist and family friend. Lilly embodied a vintage look of lace and pearls while the fellas sported smart vests and bowties.
Following the ceremony and lunch, the tables and chairs were cleared and the cabin became an English Country Dance Hall with live music and someone calling the dances. The setting couldn’t have been more fitting for this wholesome and unique wedding.
Alizeh & Josh
Alizeh had been searching for a high-end wedding venue closer to home. When her search became exhaustive, it was her sister who found newly opened Weymouth Hill online. Alizeh toured early spring and knew when she saw the landscape, she’d found her venue.
Her Bridgerton-worthy vision of an outdoor lawn party with heavy floral proved dreaming big can happen with the right vendor team.
Aside from the stunning pageantry, Josh and Alizeh were the main attraction exchanging heartfelt vows with stories of how they met and their love journey during a private vow exchange. Following, was an alfresco wedding reception with authentic Pakistani fare and dancing. The splendor of their event was unforgettable. The grounds were magically alive with beautifully adorned guests, a live painter, vintage car, and sparkler sendoff.
The couple honeymooned in Paris.
Photos courtesy of Ethan Witt
Karly & Gavin
Her photographer had been capturing her image since she was born. In September 2021 she would capture one of the most magical days of Karly’s life in a perfectly executed day that had guests saying, “this is the best wedding I’ve ever been.”
Karly and Gavin opted for a Friday afternoon rehearsal followed by an onsite, elegant candlelight dinner catered by the Winchester and serviced by WH staff.
Saturday began with early morning hair and makeup for Karly and her seven bridesmaids with fresh baked goods, mimosas and childhood stories being shared. After a relaxing morning, it was time for a few emotional first looks including one with her gentle giant father who is also battling cancer. Tears of joy were replaced with laughter as the spirited wedding party was ready for the church departing in style renting the WH Mercedes Presidential Sprinter Van.
The Jenkins opted for an all-outdoor wedding reception that was festive and comfortable for their 150 + guests with an early fall backdrop that included cocktail and appetizer hour and a surprise entrance followed by dinner service, dancing and a chauffeured exit.
The couple honeymooned in the Maldives.
Photos courtesy of Brenda Thompson