If you’re going to get married at 11:00 on a Sunday morning, why not make it at the Davenport Hotel? And if you are going to get married at 11:00 on a Sunday morning, what better processional music than “All You Need Is Love”? And staying with a Beatles theme, what better song to walk out to than “The End”?
And at the reception, why not serve brunch fare, including make-your-own-omelettes and have itty-bitty Tabasco sauce bottles available? And that’s exactly what Jenessa and Collin did. The day also included, by request, a quick Abbey-Road-style portrait of the bridal party. Jenessa and Collin had LOTS of great ideas for their wedding.
And if there were people who’d rather sleep in on a Sunday, you couldn’t tell it at the reception, which was as lively as lively gets, with a spirited tussle for the bouquet, a gorgeous first dance, and some wild dance moves later on. I’m not sure that, in the long, storied history of the Davenport Hotel, the ballroom floor has ever been quite so cut up by a pair bridal Converse shoes before. Click here for photographs from the wedding day. (A few of their engagement pictures can be seen here.)
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