MODwedding: Oatlands Plantation Wedding | Featured

Since I began my career as a Washington, DC wedding photographer, I have been dying to book an Oatlands Plantation wedding in Leesburg, VA. It’s one of those unique spots that is off the beaten path and plays host to a very limited number of weddings per year. They are home to stunning hedged gardens filled with a bit of every flower imaginable, so you can just begin to dream of how wonderful it smells in spring! Instead of waiting, I took matters into my own hands. I reached out to their amazing team and set up a time where I could style a shoot on their property. Drawing inspiration from the beautiful grounds, I designed a French Provence type wedding, filled with lots of cheese, wine and pastries, of course! It’s still one of my all time favorite shoots and just a few months ago, was featured on the world’s largest wedding blog Style Me Pretty

It’s truly always such an honor to have your work featured once, but having it featured twice almost never gets to happen. So you can imagine my surprise when the lovely Elle, from MODweddings, reached out about sharing these images with her readers in a second feature! It was so exciting to relive the magic of this shoot and know it would be reaching a whole new set of fresh eyes for inspiration. You should head over to MODweddings to see the full feature displayed here! Thanks again, Elle!

This gorgeous French Provence wedding at Oatlands Plantation, photographed by Washington, DC wedding photographer, Alicia Lacey, is featured on MODwedding.

And like all features, I could not have done it without the entire team who so kindly dedicated their time and talent to this idea of mine! Please check out each and every one below! 

Photographer | Alicia Lacey Photography
Venue | Oatlands Plantation
Florals | So Lovely Blooms
Hair & Makeup | JKW Beauty
Invitation Suite | JESS CREATES
Calligraphy | Sincerely Amy Designs
Place Card Cookies | Buttercream Bakery
Rentals | Classic Event Rentals DC
Models | Katarina and Brett with THE Artist Agency
This session was photographed on Fuji 400H film that was scanned and developed by The FIND Lab.