Karen and Graham had a small intimate Virginia wedding at The Inn at Willow Grove this fall season. They wanted to get married in a historic home with their family as participants and witnesses for their special day, and new beginning as husband and wife. Karen and Graham are very excited to be blending their families with two children each. A fun story they shared with us is that they first met through their teenage daughters bus stop in their neighborhood. This is one of the cutest stories we’ve heard of a couple meeting! After dating for three years Graham proposed during a romantic picnic at the top of the hill at Sky Meadows State Park, Virginia. They later stayed at the Inn at Willow Grove, which made it the perfect place to come back to for their wedding!
Congratulations Karen & Graham! We are so happy for you and your new family together, and wish you all many years of happiness!
We loved witnessing the social bond between Karen and Graham’s children as they each gained a brother and sister. They all got along so well and we couldn’t be happier for them all to have such close relationships.
Starting a new chapter together as a family of six!
How precious is this family huddle!? Love them!
The Inn at Willow Grove is a a wonderful Charlottesville area wedding venue for a small intimate Virginia wedding. It’s a cozy place for all of your wedding guests to stay and there are also quaint cabins on the property for everyone to enjoy. They also just opened their brand new spa and pool on property, so family and friends can make their wedding weekend a romantic getaway!
The Inn at Willow Grove offers a wonderful space for a small intimate Virginia wedding reception.
Karen’s mother prepared all of the flowers and they turned out perfectly!
Inn at Willow Grove Wedding Photographer: Aaron Watson Photography
Wedding Planner: Gabrielle Chavigny – The Inn at Willow Grove
Officiant: Reverend Teer Hardy
Caterer: The Inn at Willow Grove
Florist: Joan Roberson
Wedding Cake: Lauren Kirkman
Hair Stylist: PS Hair Salon
Invitations: Karen Gilberg