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May 5 2012
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Todd met Chanity through mutual friends at a fashion event in Norfolk, never leaving her side for the rest of the night. When planning their May wedding at Todd's family home, they worked side by side to give it a rustic chic feel that was an intimate family affair. Between the rooms being filled with draped lighting over the porch, to the comfort of southern food picks and specialty donuts (like blueberry bacon and fruity pebbles,) to their non-traditional wedding song, "Home" by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros; the day was unique. "We wanted our wedding day to be an experience." Chanity wore a tailor-made lace top and tutu skirt; then changed to a silhouette-hugging gown for the reception, both paired with vintage cowboy boots. Flowers in natural tones like pink astilbe, peach stock, white snapdragons and white peonies, were wrapped with vintage lace. Ten minutes before Chanity walked down the aisle, it rained. Guests worked hard to move the hand-built arbor inside and create an aisle. All the hanging mason jars with candles glowed, making it appear magical. "Everyone told us how much they enjoyed our wedding ceremony and how beautiful it was. God had a plan that we couldn't change."
Three words to describe the day: Rustic | Americana | Chic
Day of Planner
East Beach Catering
Lace top designed by bride | made by Van at C&R Alterations. Tutu made by Mirela Olariu | Etsy. Fitted gown designed by Max Chaoul from
Vintage Cowboy Boots
Bridesmaid Dress Designer
All Saints Tuxedo
Yolanda | Gary Allen Salon
Chelsea | Sephora
Palette of petals
Engagement ring and diamond band | Either Ore Jewelers Hilltop. Solid wedding bands| Cartier
Donuts by O' Doodle Doos Donuts
Troy Hedspeth Band
White Album/ Grant and Deb Photography
Jillian Nicole Cundiff + Jeremy David Jr.
Photography by Grant & Deb | Grant & Deb Photography
A Maritime Marriage
May 19, 2012
During an intimate ceremony in the Renaissance Garden at Norfolk Botanical Garden, Jillian and Jeremy tied the knot surrounded by people they love. "The size of the wedding was perfect for us," explains Jillian. "We had all our close friends and family in one place." The couple, who have been best friends since they started dating five years ago, combined Jeremy's military background and Jillian's design skills to create a nautical vintage style wedding. Jillian graced the aisle in a lace Demetrios gown with trumpet silhouette and sweetheart neckline, vintage style birdcage veil, and shoes covered in Swarovski crystals, which according to the bride, "added the touch of glamour I was looking for." The wedding party proceeded to The Water Table overlooking Rudee Inlet in Virginia Beach, enjoying a nautical-themed lounge; a candy bar full of pop-of-color treats; and a sweet tea and lemonade drink station. The navy and white color scheme found its way into every detail, from the ribbon wrapped cake to the striped straws, offering a maritime motif. "It was the little personalized things that made the wedding!"
Three words to describe the day: Fun, Perfect, Breathtaking
East Beach Catering
The Water Table
Grant & Deb Photography
Bridesmaid Dress Designer
Bill Levkoff Brides
Hair & Makeup
Black Iris Floral Events
Jared the Galleria of Jewelry
Incredible Edibles Bakery
Distinctive Event Rentals
Photography by Bit of Ivory
Virginia Beach, Virginia June 25, 2011
From a garden path leading to the front steps of the bride's great aunt and uncle's waterfront home in Virginia Beach, to the back yard reception; it was the perfect wedding venue for Ashley and Joe. "A month into the planning, my mom found 68 yards of green floral fabric that became the source of design inspiration- and we stuck with it!" This fabric motif was used on everything from envelope liners for the invitation to picnic table runners. Relying on a multitude of details and DIY touches, this "Garden Party" included personalized mason jars; vintage frames with pictures of the bride and groom at different ages; homemade apple butter; handmade confetti cones for the send off; handwritten chalkboard signs; and a green themed candy bar. Fitting the "mood" of the day, Ashley wore a strapless lace dress by Anjolique accented at the waist with a rhinestone belt. Two veils were worn –a cathedral length with headpiece for the ceremony; and birdcage with detachable flower for the reception. "Although I am a high school fashion teacher and love trends, I wanted a classic dress that I could look back on years from now and still love." Deciding on a First Look, they met on the garden path. "Just spending time alone with one another before the craziness of the day helped ease any fears." The couple created a nostalgic photo slideshow that played during each of their First Dance songs. A tall vintage-looking plant stand displayed the white and green cupcakes topped with personalized flags from Etsy. Heidi's Flowers crafted a vintage feel using dozens of mason jars, twig wreaths, and galvanized pails to display white hydrangeas and a beautiful mix of flowers. "We wanted it to look effortless and informal – like we had just picked the flowers from a field that day."
Bit of Ivory
GOWN AND VEIL DESIGNER
Anjolique| Pure English
Pieces of Pemberley
Anjolique| Pure English
HAIR AND MAKEUP
Anjie Compres/Picasso Hair Salon
Sara Craig/MAC Make-up
Homemade Apple Butter & Flower Pots
Photography by Eleise Theuer
Virginia Beach, Virginia November 19, 2011
Who knew that meeting at a "Future" themed costume party in the past would bring Melissa and Colin together in matrimony in the present! With vows exchanged at Melissa's childhood church, Galilee Episcopal; and reception following at The Princess Anne Country Club; it was a night filled with moments to remember. For Colin, "When the pastor pronounced us man and wife, it was as if all of my life had led up to this point and I had finally found the person I would spend the rest of my life with." Choosing a deep purple theme for bridesmaids, the bouquets and arrangements included pops of pink roses, purple cabbage, hydrangea and green berries. Melissa chose a 1950's tea length ivory duchess satin strapless dress with bow and sequin embellishment by Melissa Sweet. Shoulder length veil and bow hairpiece were designed by the bride's sister, Michelle Burrus. Vintage gloves and fur stole completed the look. Special memories included a first dance serenade of, "Can't Help Falling in Love" by close friend Tanya Gallagher; vintage photo booth snap shots; purple hydrangeas trailing down whipped cream icing over layers of delicious chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, cheesecake and crust; and a sparkler send-off to light up the night. Says Melissa, "When we made our sparkler exit, Colin stopped to dip me and gave me a kiss that literally swept me off my feet."
Three Words to describe the day:
Unforgettable, Moving, Joyful
The Princess Anne Country Club
Isha Foss Events
The Boardwalk Photo Booth Company
Melissa Sweet |Kleinfeld, NY
Grace / Pure English
Alfred Sung / Pure English
Kim Wadsworth for BridesMade
For The Unique
Photography by Glenn Bashaw | Images in Light
Norfolk, Virginia October 22, 2011
Relying on little Celtic touches and Irish lineage for inspiration, Kelsey Cullinan and Taylor Doyle exchanged vows at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church before family and friends. Instead of a unity candle, they chose a hand fasting ceremony- an Irish tradition that originated "tying the knot." A reception followed at the only location they ever visited- The Chrysler Museum of Art. In love with the "amazing atmosphere," it was the ideal location to celebrate their day. Loving the idea of neutral and classic colors, Kelsey chose a timeless palate of cream Vendella roses and lilies for both the centerpieces and bouquets; with touches of grey dusty miller and green floral accents of hydrangea, spider mums and Bells of Ireland. Artfully placed on a side table were framed wedding photos of parents, grandparents and great grandparents, along with Kelsey's bridal portrait. With a love for lace, Kelsey wore an ivory fit and flare gown with boat neck bodice and see-through lace back by Casablanca. Her classic cathedral-length veil with satin piping and lush bouquet of cream roses, dusty miller and green hypericum berries completed the look. A favorite moment? Before making their grand entrance down the staircase for their first dance to "L-O-V-E" by Nat King Cole, Kelsey and Taylor took it all in by peering through the upper balcony windows as guests gathered in Huber Court. In keeping with the color scheme, the ivory cake with butter cream frosting had three different flavors: almond cake with coconut cream filling, almond cake with raspberry filling, and almond cake with dark chocolate ganache. Resting on a grand silver stand with another silver pedestal separating the first and second tiers, with cream roses placed on top, "It was amazing!"
The Day in Three Words:
Romantic. Fun. Unforgettable.
The Chrysler Museum of Art
Weddings by Michelle | Michelle Kilgore
Images in Light | Glenn Bashaw
Casablanca | Maya Couture
Alvina Valenta | Ava Clara TUXEDOS
HAIR AND MAKEUP
Elizabeth Paschall and Nichole Williams
Daevid's of Norfolk
Donation to the S.P.C.A
Rinehart Brothers Jewelers
Cuisine & Company
Shockley's Sweet Shoppe