Lynchburg has such a wealth of beautiful and creative places to tie the knot, and this little chapel at Old City Cemetery fits the bill for both of those perfectly! The green shutters and door give the building a welcoming atmosphere, and the exposed wooden beams on the inside offer a rustic yet elegant touch.
The detailing and Indian influences of this wedding were captured for Eric and Christine by Heather Cheatham of Visions by Heather. We were also excited to see someone make use of the interesting staircase in downtown Lynchburg … have any of you noticed that staircase before? They chose Mangia on Rivermont Avenue, which offers Italian cuisine (Eric comes from an Italian family), as the reception site.
Enjoy the colorful glimpse of Eric and Christine’s wedding!
Beautiful! If you are wondering where the cute little bride and groom dipped strawberries came from, look no further than downtown Lynchburg’s Taste Selects Confectionary. Eric and Christine, we wish you all the best, and your wedding was captivating! For more of their stunning images, visit the blog of Visions by Heather.