Monday, March 1, 2010
Once again we hosted a successful Williamsburg wedding and helped two very nice families come together and begin supporting the lovely couple Jason and Heidi. The couple and their respective families hailed from New Jersey and got here just in time to avoid the latest northeast winter blast.
The family stayed at the Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg Virginia for 2 nights. The wedding took place in the living room under beautiful flowing white and ivory sheers and white roses. The bride stood on white rose petals.
James Gilley, a Williamsburg marriage commissioner, officiated the wedding nuptials. The bride wore ivory and carried a beautiful hand tied bridal bouquet made by the floral design team at Colonial Gardens B&B, It consisted of large white Akito roses with lily grass, flat fern and white stock. The maid of honor, her sister, wore black and carried deep red Black Magic red and white roses.
The family went on after the vows to the Opus 9 Steakhouse where they were seated to a private dinner in the Mozart room to enjoy their meal, cake and champagne.
The group awoke the next morning to enjoy cream cheese filed croissants’ lightly backed with a homemade grand Marnier sauce drizzled on top with backed eggs on cream and crisp bacon. Needless to say, this family did not go home hungry!
Looking for the perfect Williamsburg Location for you intimate Williamsburg wedding? Look to us then at Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast where romance and comfort are second to none in the Virginia lodging department.