Friday, September 26, 2008

Rosana & Jason: A Virginia Tech Wedding

Rosana, Rosana, Rosana. We started working with the family over a year ago and we will miss them all! Rosana has been a ray of sunshine and a regular blog reader. I cannot sum up what she has meant to us, so I won't try - but she knows. She married Jason, the love of her life and we are thrilled for them.

The exuberant couple exchanged vows at Tabernacle United Methodist Church is Sandbridge. It is a little country church on the Virginia Beach Historic Register. The ceremony was both emotional and funny!

The bride made the programs and many other touches throughout the wedding.

In a nod to the groom, Virginia Tech influenced the colors of this autumn hued event from the attire, to the unity sand to the table settings. Groomsmen received Virginia Tech cuff links and there was a VT Luge engraved with the couple's names - the groomsmen took it to the after party!! They even watched the game as we waited for the processional (shhh)!

Flowers: Posh Petals & Gifts

The Lesner Inn was the reception site. Favors were Virginia peanuts and koozis (there is a story but I can't tell). Leaves featured in the couple's invitations and table number holders so we created this escort card tree with guest names in calligraphy on the leaves.


It was a non-stop party! Roger with Astro DJ was insanely good and no one wanted to leave - so they hopped the trolley and headed to the beach house for an after-party! It was an amazing day.

2 comments:

Lemiga Events said...

Such a beautiful wedding - I love the colors!

rosanam said...

OMG... I rushed home from the airport just to check the blog! Our wedding was more than i could have ever dreamed of. It was absolutely amazing and we only have you and Stephanie to thank for it. You two were incredible and we are so grateful for everything. Everyone has been telling me what an amazing job you did. I could never express or put into words how grateful we are to having worked with you. You will be in our memories and lives forever. THANK YOU!