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19th Century Stone House Inspiration

There’s such an air of romance in this styled shoot from Lauren Niles of The Regent at Stone House, we hardly know what to do with ourselves. Each detail, from the sweet floral crowns to the flower girl and ring bearer to the rowboat portraits, makes us long for simpler times and quality moments spent with the ones we love. Thank you to L. Hewitt Photography and Blush Florals for rounding out this gorgeous shoot!

19th Century Stone House inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

From the photographer, Leah of L. Hewitt Photography: The Regent at Stone House is a new venue on a 19th century farm just north of Baltimore, Maryland. We this shoot to evoke the history and timeless romance of the venue. We wanted it to feel warm, relatable and romantic in a nostalgic way, from the playfulness of the ring bearer and the flower girl to picking and sharing wildflowers and spending a summer evening dining al fresco in the midst of a rolling country setting. I chose natural textured linens, distressed finishes and organically designed florals punctuated by fresh fruit. But, as a firm believer in high-low design, these raw elements were matched with rich, ornate touches, such as gold flatware, crystal stemware, chinois china, french cane back chairs and of course, the classic black and white tuxedo. You honestly can never go wrong with a black and white tuxedo (bow tie obviously required)!

watercolor wedding invitations - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

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flower girl and ring bearer - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

19th Century Stone House inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

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peach floral arrangements - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

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19th Century Stone House inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

We tied in the original 19th century owners of the farm, the Finney family, by giving our bride and groom the same name on the stationery, honoring the original Reverend Finney, by having them marry in front of an old chapel wall and highlighting the original door knocker with their name still engraved in it.

bride and groom - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

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flower girl wreaths - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

19th Century Stone House inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

white wedding cakes - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

dessert tables - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

19th Century Stone House inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

19th century stone house inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration

19th century stone house inspiration - photo by L Hewitt Photography http://ruffledblog.com/19th-century-stone-house-inspiration


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Wedding Location: Churchville, MD / Photographer: L. Hewitt Photography / Event Design and Planning: Lauren Niles for The Regent at Stone House / Floral Design: Blush Florals / Venue: The Regent at Stone House / Wedding Dress, Bridesmaids and Accessories: Garnish Boutique / Hair and Makeup: Robert Ashtin Salon / Flower Girl Dress: Pippy Lou / Tuxedos: K&B Bridals / Ring: Saxons / Dessert: La Cakerie / Rentals: DC Rental / Linens: Table Toppers / Stationery: Just Ink on Paper

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