Caroline and Will got married on October 5th in Upperville, VA (just outside of Middleburg) on his family farm. This farm has been in his family for generations, and its acres of rolling land are home to their many horses. Roughly 40 years ago his parents tied the knot in the exact same spot, with the exact same caterer. It’s like time stood still! Caroline and Will met about six years before the big day at a house party she attended with some friends. It was a quiet meeting with a slow build, and that’s how their entire union went. When Will proposed, it was on a Tuesday night in August in the privacy of their own apartment in DC. They were grilling out just the two of them on their terrace. Nothing fussy or elaborate. Their wedding followed this same theme. Including their little black lab, Lily, was a priority. Caroline’s bridesmaid Sarah even painted Lily special dog bowls for the wedding day. This wedding was all about home and family. It conveys the feeling of the quiet Virginia countryside and horse country in all its old world beauty. The entire town of Middleburg knew it was Caroline and Will’s wedding. Guests stayed in cozy cottages all over the town owned by long time family friends. It was just … effortless. And the chill that set in that night brought about the fall wedding vibes that October brides only dream of.