tiffany & jimmy, married! | lodge at little seneca creek, boyds MD


There was so much to love about the everythings included with this wedding and the life leading up to it…her $100 vintage dress and gushings over BHLDN accessories and memories of happily gray Scottish life.

But as usual, the loveliness wasn’t about the details or shoes, but all and entirely the friendship-love of these charming people that made this as classic and dear as a summer day could be.

And thanks and love to Ami at Elizabeth Anne Designs for featuring this wedding today!
Leave a comment, tag yourself on Facebook, and be sure to check out her post for more of this prettiful day.


  1. Rebecca says:

    SO lovely.
    you photographed it beautifully.

  2. Rebecca says:

    so lovely.
    you photographed it beautifully

  3. Sheila Sim says:

    These are really beautiful photographs, Rebekah – and the bride’s wedding dress is to die for!! You say that she’s Scottish? Me too!

  4. ariel says:

    These are lovely photos! Congrats! You should send your photos of you with your hairpieces into BHLDN so they can put them on their facebook page!

  5. her dress is the most beautiful thing ever!
    such amazing touches, and as usual, BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHY!
    Love every photo!

  6. Wow Tiffany is stunning! I am so jealous of her. haha Oh and color and style of the bridesmaid’s dresses.

    ~Hannah Rebekah

  7. Abby Grace says:

    Oh MAN! I love her dress! I wanted a dress like that for my own wedding but couldn’t anything like it. She looks amazing!

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  10. Morgan says:

    These photos are simply beautiful in every way. I love the vintage effect and everything. So gorgeous!!!

  11. Charla Wilson says:

    Do you have any idea if the bride wants to resell her dress? I’d be very interested.

    Also, the photos are so pretty!


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