Zena & Anthony get married at Langley Chapel and Celebrate at Bayview Commonwealth Center in Virginia Beach
…their Love Story, as told by Master of Ceremonies, Liz Daley.
How does a boy who calls California home meet a girl a Jersey Girl who grew up in New York City? Match.com. Their first date was so amazing, you could only understand its magnitude if you were there. It was surreal. Like they were friends forever. Their first kiss was during their regular Sunday routine of Church then I-HOP.
And when Anthony proposed …it was with Zena’s grandmother, Rosina’s ring at a beautiful Bed and Breakfast in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Afterwards, they did what every engaged couple does….they had ICE CREAM.
With God at the center of their relationship, they are beginning their life together.
Huge Room at Bayview Commonwealth Club (with a beautiful Ocean View)
First Dance: I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz
Father/Daughter Dance: I Loved Her First (with surprise voice-over)
Mother/Son: “When You Have a Child” by Reba McIntire
Bright Wedding Colors
Congratulations Zena and Anthony!
My Big New York Style Wedding
Eric and Damali celebrate their marriage at The Founder’s Inn, Virginia Beach!
Wedding Entertainment Director®, Aldo Ryan and club mix artist DJ Exeqtive share their talent and energy with Damali and Eric’s family and friends at their huge Virginia Beach Wedding!
Lining Up for the GRAND ENTRANCE!
GETTING THE PARTY STARTED…
THE NEWLYWED GAME
MC ALDO RYAN AND DJ EXEQTIVE
Virginia Beach Wedding with a New York flair:
Wedding Entertainment Director, ALDO RYAN kept the dance floor jamming all night long!
EVEN MORE DANCING…
JANEL AND THE HAPPY COUPLE
LIZ, ALDO & JANEL
VIRGINIA BEACH WEDDING DETAILS:
Venue: Emily Anderson, The Founder’s Inn
Wedding Planner: Janel Keen, Vivid Expressions
Master of Ceremonies: Aldo Ryan
Disc Jockey: DJ Exeqtive
Ceremony & Reception Sound Support: Liz Daley Events
Cake: Shockley’s Sweet Shop
Videography: Jeremy Mitchell Cinema
Photo Booth: SnapQube
Flowers: Daevid’s of Norfolk
Lighting: Stage Right Lighting
Childcare: Marlene Williams, A Helping Hand