FROM LEFT: Yellow gold and diamond leaf bypass ring, Penny Preville ($4,635). Fink's Jewelers, Tysons Corner Center, McLean, 703-584-3101; A whimsical bouquet of freshly picked blooms, Multiflor (approximately $200). 8300 F Merrifield Ave., Fairfax, 703-645-0090
FROM LEFT: Custom tuxedo shirt, Alton Lane (price on request). Available by appointment; Bow tie, Thomas Pink ($60). 1127 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-223-5390; Steer head cuff links,
Ralph Lauren ($12,000). 1245 Wisconsin Ave. NW,
Yellow gold and diamond leaf bypass ring, Penny Preville ($4,635). Fink's Jewelers, Tysons Corner Center, McLean, 703-584-3101
Alhambra sandal, Christian Dior ($1,300). The Collection at Chevy Chase, 301-986-8715
Don’t roam too far for your destination wedding—just head for the rolling green hills of Middleburg, Virginia, where lush estates and woodsy farmhouses dot the landscape, the perfect backdrop to your nature- and country-inspired nuptials. For the day’s accents and décor, stay true to the theme: Keep the flowers simple so the natural feel of the outdoors speaks for itself. Ditto your fragrance—try Jo Malone’s new spring scents, like Peony & Moss (Neiman Marcus, Mazza Gallerie, 202-966-9700). For a reception site on a gorgeous private estate, book Chetwood Park Farm in The Plains (540-253-7715). Lisa Schulz (The Posh Planner, 703-727-7615) is beloved by clients for her attention to detail. For a delicious dessert, try a locally made cake from pastry chef Jason Reaves of Market Salamander (200 W. Washington St., Middleburg, 540- 687-8011). Support Virginia’s local winemakers by treating your bridal party to a fun-filled afternoon of tastings and touring—Piedmont Vineyards (2546D Halfway Rd., The Plains, VA, 540-687-5528) offers a great selection.