Toni and Vanna arrived at the Rose Center ready to tie the knot! Dressed to impress, the bride and groom met upstairs for their first look. With a tap of the shoulder, Toni turned around to see his beautiful bride. Smiles filled both their faces and sweet compliments were shared. After soaking in the precious moment, the couple posed for photos with their wedding party, then lined up for ceremony.
Guests arrived in the outdoor courtyard and found their seats facing the stage where a hexagon backdrop decorated in red, white, and pink flowers stood. Once everyone arrived, the wedding party walked down the aisle and took their places on either side of Toni and Vanna. In front of all their family and friends, the bride and groom recited vows, exchanged rings, and sealed the ceremony with a kiss.
Curry Apple Chicken Skewers and Filet and Wild Mushroom Wellingtons were tray passed around the courtyard while bartenders were pouring wine and beer. The newlyweds snuck away for a few photos as husband and wife, then rejoined their party at the end of cocktail hour. Everyone mixed and mingled, and when the sun set, they headed inside for dinner.
Candles and fairy light centerpieces decorated the top of each reception table. Guests found their assigned table and took a seat awaiting the bride and groom. The music cued up and Vanna and Toni made their grand entrance into their first dance taking a seat at the sweetheart table afterwards. Next, dinner was served. Thai Three Flavored BBQ Chicken, Vietnamese Braised Short Ribs, BBQ Pork Fried Rice, Spicy Szechuan Green Beans, and Vermicelli Noodle Salad was selected by the bride and groom with help from our Event Specialist, Casey. Once everyone had a plate, toasts started. Friends and family stood and shared memories with the crowd and glasses clinked in the air after each speech ended. The remainder of the evening was spend munching on dessert, posing for photos at the photo booth, and dangin the night away with Toni and Vanna.
Venue: Rose Center // Catering: Jay’s Catering // Photographer: Alvis Pham Photography