Christine and Matt got married on a snow covered day in March. The week before we got hit with the Blizzard of 2017 dropping over 24 inches of snow in areas. They got married at the Cornwall Presbyterian Church and had their reception at the beautiful Anthony’s Pier 9 in New Windsor. Lots of excitement and grand entrances. They even got caught up in a passing snow shower.
Church: Cornwall Presbyterian, Cornwall NY
Venue: Anthony’s Pier 9
DJ: Town Square Media, Poughkeepsie NY
Her mom was so excited to show Christine & Matt the card holder she made complete with working lights and decorEntering the ballroom rising from the floor!!When your sister gives you a fairy catcher at your wedding during the toast you just have to use it asap and almost knock out the photographer these two were so cute and shared a tight bond.Christine waited for the snow was delighted for the snow showers on their wedding day” The pineapple is recognized as a traditional expression of “welcome” throughout the South and in areas along the Eastern Seaboard. Appearing on all sorts of décor – from door knockers to quilts – the fruit symbolizes those intangible assets we appreciate in a home: warmth, welcome, friendship and hospitality. ” -learn2grow.comFor the grand finale the room turned black, curtains slowly opened to showcase the Vietnamese tables with flames and green up lit bride and groom ice sculpture surrounded by purple up lighting. It was amazing and you could hear the whole audience so quiet then gasp in excitement.