Bernhardt + Holland (Dec. 14, 2013)

Becky & John

Becky Bernhardt & James Holland of Washington D.C. were married at the Warrenton Bible Fellowship Church on December 14, 2013 with Chaplain Barry Black, U.S. Senate Chaplain officiating. One hundred eighty guests attended the wedding and reception at the Black Horse Inn. Of course the theme this time of year was a winter wonderland wedding. The weather cooperated with a hint of snow for the bride as she departed from the Inn for the church. The Wedding Muse, Fabienne Laveau created a vintage winter wonderland theme with white roses and greenery and the candlelight sparkled through the night for this special couple.

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Ellie & Bret Bernhardt (Parents of the Bride) were strategic in planning the wedding and it all went off without a hitch. The cocktail hour was warm and cozy on the tented terrace, with specialty drinks for all the guests. Hot chocolate and apple cider complimented the alcoholic libations. Dinner was served with a chalkboard displaying the fare. Specialty cookies were made for guests to enjoy along with delicious wedding cake.

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Most memorable was the melding of the two families for this event. The Bernhardts and the Hollands enjoyed the Black Horse Inn with its warmth and graciousness during the holiday season. Home baked cookies and the scent of fresh greenery filled the air, to give these special families memories to last a lifetime.

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Call us today for information on how to have your wedding reception at Black Horse Inn. We’ll be happy to give you a tour too!

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