Our wedding this past weekend was a great one! Erin and Rob were married on Saturday at the Valley Forge Military Academy. The ceremony was held at Alumni Memorial Chapel of St. Cornelius the Centurion and the reception was held in Eisenhower Hall. Instead of bouquets, Erin’s bridesmaids carried fans and they wore black faux fur wraps. The reception had red uplighting and an amber dance floor wash, provided by Synergetic Sounds, and completely transformed the ballroom. The guys from Synergetic really went above and beyond this weekend, a big thank you to them for that! We provided all of the stationery, centerpieces and damask table runners. The cake toppers were made to look like Erin and Rob and their dog, Annie. Instead of just offering cake for dessert, they also had a pie bar which had Chess Pie, a southern favorite that paid homage to Erin’s Carolina roots. Another big thank you to Joe Capasso Photography for sending us these teasers! Keep your eyes on the blog for the full blog post!
I just wanted to reach out and thank you so, so, so much for everything you did this past weekend to ensure our wedding was a success. I’m sure you get a million of these messages from brides and their families over the course of a year, but I truly cannot express to you how much of a blessing it was to find you for our wedding. My schedule was nothing short of insane in 2010 and I had no idea how I was going to pull our wedding together on top of school, work and everything else. Your efforts, creativity and spirit are truly appreciated and will never be forgotten. Our friends and family have gone on and on and ON about how beautiful the venue was, how lovely everything looked, and it absolutely would never have been done without you. Thank you for using your resources for us as well – I know that Synergetic went above and beyond and that your staff all worked their tails off! It was the best day of my life so far and I will always, always, ALWAYS have you to thank for that. I will sing your praises and refer you to anyone within earshot! and you know I don’t shut up – ever! 🙂
Thank you again, a hundred times over. I hope you know how much of a positive impact you make on the lives of brides and their families on such an important occasion and that you continue to be the wonderful person you are and make many more women as happy as you made me.
Thank you, Erin