If you’re looking for a historic wedding venue with charm, you’ve got to check out this Tuckahoe Plantation wedding from this past summer. Kacie and Blake fell in love with it’s charm and history and knew it would be perfect for their intimate summer wedding. Of all the wedding traditions out there, Tuckahoe has it’s own that are notable and unique. A few centuries ago, it was to test the diamond of your ring by etching your names and wedding date on a window pane. If you look closely around the property, you’ll find a few. If you can’t make it any time soon, make sure to scroll down. Another tradition is burying the bourbon. Find a spot by the old oak tree a month before your wedding and voila! , you’ll be promised good weather on your wedding day! Kacie and Blake definitely benefited from this old tradition, because the weather was perfect and they couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day. Their ceremony was set behind the gardens between the natural arches of trees. For two romantics that love the writings of Neruda, I couldn’t imagine a more perfect setting.