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Nine Years of Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

8.13.2010

Wedding Whisperer

[Screengrab from a Kate Headly 8mm film.]

Last month I mentioned a Maryland wedding captured by fine art photographer Kate Headley.  The Alexandria, Virginia-based Headley has a background in museum studies and I always enjoy seeing how she uses her camera to tell a story and create a sense of place. Brenda and Scott, the Maryland couple, went against the grain, relying on their own art backgrounds to plan an understated yet supremely stylish wedding at The Inn at Perry Cabin. In this era of out of control narcissism, the event was completely refreshing. Happily, a newly published interview with the bride is up over at Snippet & Ink. Enjoy reading Brenda's perspective here.

Also, check out LIz and Jeff's wedding here!

6 comments:

Anna Spiro said...

What a beautiful wedding. I just watched the gorgeous video and how divine is The Inn at Perry Cabin. Beautiful photography. I love this.

Hope you are well.

xx
Anna

Style Court said...

Anna --

That Inn is SO you!

xx
Court

little augury said...

Very darling and smart.

Picture of Elegance said...

I love how everyone seemed so relaxed during the ceremony... It’s so refreshing. You can really feel the love.
Best wishes to the bride and groom.

Style Court said...

Yes. And I also love that it was bridezilla free! Instead of being 'her' day it was their day.

Pigtown-Design said...

The Inn at Perry Cabin is a fabulous place in an amazing location. My brother-in-law's estate is just a few miles from there and it's really one of the most beautiful parts of Maryland.