Kathleen and Bryan personalized their gorgeous July wedding at Rosemont Manor with a train theme. From save-the-dates that looked like train tickets, to a ring bearer in a railroad conductor's uniform with his own personalized whistle, to actually snapping a few shots on an inactive railway line in town, these two really used their obsession with trains to create a unique and personal day. Although it was crazy hot, these guys and their wedding party were great sports. Kathleen and Bryan hosted their lovely ceremony in Berryville Baptist Church's historic sanctuary and celebrated their reception in Rosemont's cool, shaded Carriage House. Bryan's father was honored to officiate their marriage service.
It was apparent that these two share a special friendship built on their faith and that they provide great support and balance for each other. Creative touches throughout the day gave a glimpse of their shared appreciation for the arts, like their sketchbook-turned-guestbook and personalized memory quilt squares. They both viewed each other with such high regard, and obviously so did their friends who shared toasts that evening. Bryan and Kathleen, I hope your first weeks of married life have been treating you richly and that the years ahead of you are filled with love, warmth, adventure, and trains!