Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Wedding at The National Infantry Museum in Columbus Georgia

On June 6 we had the pleasure of working Chelsea and Arnulfo's wedding.  If you have never been to the National Infantry Museum, you need to go.  The place is fantastic.  It is really a special place to have a Military Wedding.

Upon arriving at the site, guests were greeted by this fabulous entryway.

The entrance into the museum lead to the ceremony site.

The bride was a member of the Erskine Lacrosse Team.  Flowers were placed on the seat of each of the attending team members. A sweet little gift for all her team mates.

The ceremony was perfect.  Set at the entrance, known as the tunnel, into the actual museum flanked by two cannons it was perfect for a military wedding.

The couple wanted the sand ceremony to be part of their wedding.

The Reception was downstairs in the museum.

There was a kids table with plenty of activities to keep them entertained.

 The bridal party entered down the stairs after being announced in.  It was such a beautiful touch.

Details from the wedding and reception.

The Bride and Groom's table.

First dance.

Parents Welcome the Guests.

The buffet was delicious with salad, vegetarian lasagna, pork loin and grilled chicken,  There was also macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes and green beans.

 Last Dance

It was a perfect evening for a perfect couple

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

The Rehearsal and Rehearsal Dinner

On Friday, June 5, we had the rehearsal for Chelsea and Arnulfo's wedding.  I don't usually post pictures of rehearsals, but I get a lot of questions on them.  So I thought you might like to see how one looks.

Once everyone is there, we place people that will be walking down the aisle. The wedding party is up front and the rest of the family in the seats they will be in at the wedding.

The bride then walks in on her escorts arm and takes her spot with the groom.

The minister goes over the vows.

Then we practice walking out.  Everything is planned out ahead of getting to the rehearsal so it is quick and easy.

After rehearsal, it is off to the rehearsal dinner.

Rehearsal is a great time for the groom's cake.  No need for two cakes on the wedding date.  Have the groom's cake at the rehearsal and you can practice cutting the cake.

At the rehearsal dinner is the perfect time to give your wedding party their gifts.


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