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Cindy Schornberg
September 2, 2017 | Weddings | Cindy Schornberg

In Perfect Harmony

Melanie & Nick’s wedding at Keswick Vineyards on Saturday, September 2, was such an elegant event.  It started with a quartet playing music as guests arrived.  With Melanie being a professional opera singer, she had one of her opera friends sing during their ceremony.  What a treat that was for everyone in attendance.  It is amazing the power an opera singer has with their voice.  So, not only were guess captivated by the acoustics of all this music, but the classic beauty of a wedding party all dressed in black and white with the lushness of a green vineyard put everyone into sensory overload.

After the ceremony guess enjoyed cocktails under the Sperry tent.  Once again, sensory overload by drinking Keswick Vineyards award winning wines and the delicious appetizers prepared by Roadside Chive Catering.  Could the night get any better????  Of course, it was just getting started!

With a Greek heritage you knew we would be having some traditional Greek dancing which all guests enjoyed.  DJ TD Layman continued to please the crowd by doing the “shoe” game.  What is the “shoe” game you ask?  Well, the couple is seated on the dance floor with their backs to each other.  TD has them hold their shoe and a shoe of their spouse and they hold up the shoe of the person they think answers the question being asked.  Such questions may be, “who said I love you first?” or “who has the craziest family?” etc.  As you can see by the photo, guests just loved it!

And finally, the night ended with a delicious cake and a sparkler departure to send these two love birds off on their honeymoon.  

Special thanks to the following vendors:  Event Planner Keswick Vineyards, Caterer Roadside Chive, DJ TD Layman of Sound Enforcement, Photographer Sarah Goodwin, Florist Foxtail Cottage, Officiant Claire Frances, Transportation by Easy Rider, Quartet Plum Blossom, Nanny Service by Nanny Network and Skyline Tent Company for additional bistro lighting under the tent.


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