Liz and Jon’s wedding brought us back to Williamsburg, Virginia. The gals got ready at the lovely Williamsburg Inn where we took some group photos before leaving for Williamsburg United Methodist where the ceremony was held. A 1930’s Duesenberg sat outside the church awaiting the couple’s get away and it was easily the finest antique car I have ever seen.
The reception took place at a relatively new venue, The Resident’s Club at the Settlement, where guests enjoyed cocktails and cigars around the pool. The patio stayed open all night so that guests could either dance in the ballroom or mingle around the pool.
We loved the guys’ tan, seersucker suits and the puffs of hydrangea arranged in silver tea service sets as table arrangements. Guests could help themselves to Heath bars of all sizes arranged on the tables and in jars throughout the halls in celebration of the couples’ surname. In addition to cake, an ice cream sundae bar opened late night and McDonald’s cheeseburgers were served to replenish any lost calories from heavy dancing. Ryan from Cheers Consulting made sure everything was in its perfect place and that the event went off without a hitch. Check it out:
It was definitely a party to remember, the kind of event that anyone would want an invitation to. We knew we were in for a party given that the Skinners know the Wyatt and Lee families… and we were not disappointed! Here’s a slideshow with our favorites from the day and if you would like to be contacted by email when their gallery is available for viewing, click here. Liz and Jon, you guys looked amazing and its obvious you had the time of your life, congratulations!