Sunday, April 4, 2010

Spring and Weddings are in the Air in Colonial Williamsburg





Weddings in Colonial Williamsburg


All I can say is that Williamsburg is in the first stages of Spring and the Weddings here at Colonial Gardens B&B have been happening more and more frequently.

In March we saw quite a few and probably the most unique was the Ensley/Cagle and the Ensley/Bezemer wedding. Father and son both married their brides on the same day, officiated by James Gilley.

Jennifer Cagle wore a beautiful long white gown and carried A hand tied bouquet of spring flowers.

Couple number two said their nuptials in a more casual Attire, but the bride, Susan Bezemer, was no less beautiful wearing a persimmon dress and caring a bouquet of pale blue hydrangeas and White roses. The couples dined together at Opus nine Steakhouse that evening.


Staying in the Romantic Rhododendron suite the following week was the next couple to wed here at the Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast Susan Ayres and Joesph Lebert. The bride wore a gorgeous fuchsia silk dress and carried White callas and tulips with just a splash of pink rose. They were married by Eunice Fenwick a local marriage commissioner and dined at Opus 9 steak house.

As always when you are looking for the perfect garden wedding or just the right romantic place to spend your honeymoon in Williamsbrug Virginia, Look no further than the Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast at 1109 Jamestown Road in Williamsburg. 800-886-9715.

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