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Cindy Schornberg
June 8, 2015 | Weddings | Cindy Schornberg

Heather & Drew's Wedding Day

Congratulations to Heather & Drew who were married at Keswick Vineyards on Saturday, June 6th.  I know the week leading up to this day had everyone a little nervous about the weather.  The forecast was calling for rain.  At one point it was at 90%!  That morning the skies were just sunny and beautiful yet the forecast was still saying 40% chance of rain.  Well, to everyones delight, we had no rain!!!  The weather actually was perfect because we had a very nice breeze to keep everyone comfortable with the sun out.  Thank you Mother Nature!
Some times I wonder how couples choose Keswick Vineyards.  I found out that when Heather & Drew were touring our property Drew just happened to look inside the main house and noticed that my husband was watching a Detroit Lions football game.  With Drew being from Michigan and hearing that we were originally from Michigan, the deal was done!  I'm so happy they chose our venue because it is so nice to have other fellow Michiganders come for a visit to reminence about our home town.  I love all the little sutle touches that let everyone know this was a union of a couple from Michigan and Virginia.  Notice the corn hole games each had a state represented on it and the cake topper was just so cute!
I think the biggest hit from this wedding was the whiskey/cigar bar in the gazebo.  Both males and females were enjoying that treat.  For Heather & Drew, I think one of their favorite keepsake will be an old school polaroid picture taken by their photographer Cade Bowman.  Can't believe Cade still has any film that would work in that type of camera.  Special thanks to the following vendors for making this wedding just picture perfect:  Caterer Harvest Moon, Officiant Brian Purcell of Two Become One Ministry, Wedding Cake by Sweethaus, DJ Andy Wilfong of Party Masters, Cade Bowman Photography, Floral Designs by Jacquelyn Collums, Hair & Make-up by Bella Boutique and Transportation by Richard's Bus Line.


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