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Wedding Wednesday: The Leet Wedding

The Leet Wedding | April 22, 2017 | Photography by: Tara Lilly Photography & Design

Molly Webster and Jordan Leet attended the same high school, but they didn't become friends until college, when they reunited during a winter break. A few years after they started dating, the couple took a trip to Charleston, South Carolina, a place that Molly's family had vacationed and had many special memories. In front of the Pineapple Fountain, Jordan proposed, with Molly's sister and brother-in-law present to capture the moment with photos and a video!

On their rainy wedding day, the couple didn't care that it wasn't 100% according to plan. According to Molly, the whole day was "perfect," from the personalized vows to the dancing to the exit. Molly wore her mother's veil, and a table at the reception showed photos of the couple's family members on their wedding days. The romantic reception was accented with lavender floral arrangements and wreaths, and when it was time for the newlyweds' first dance, they swayed to Dave Matthews, Molly's favorite band. It was very important to the couple for their families to play a large role in their special day, so in an nontraditional move, Jordan had two Best Men and 4 groomsmen, while Molly's sister was her Matron of Honor and her brother the Man of Honor. "We wanted the siblings and friends that have supported us most standing beside us," Molly says. 

Make sure to see more of the Leet wedding on page 78 of bridebook!

Photography: Tara Lilly Photography & Design
Dress: BHLDN
Florist: Caroline LaRocca Event Design
Cake: Evie's Wedding Cakes
Venue: The Corinthian Ballroom
Caterer: Chanticleer Catering
Planner: Caroline LaRocca Event Design
Jewelry: Jewell's Fine Jewelry
DJ: RSP Entertainment
Attendants' Dresses: Bella Bridesmaid
Groomsmen's Attire: Men's Wearhouse
Makeup: GLAMHOUSE Day Spa - Jessica Hall
Hair: Hair Associates - Rachel Vassar
Seamstress: Sew Right, LLC
Videographer: Kyle Kearns

Wedding Wednesday: The Tangney Wedding

The Tangney Wedding | October 8, 2017 | Photography by: Patrick Perkins Photography

Kylie Ress Met Ryan Tangney in downtown Roanoke in 2013, and their first date was at a local restaurant, The Quarter, where romance was as much on the menu as Louisiana cuisine. Since the couple love to take occasional day trips to Chateau Morrisette Winery in Floyd, VA, Ryan thought that this location would be perfect to propose to Kylie. He coordinated a trip to the winery, a trip that Kylie assumed would just be made up of fun wine tasting and picnicking. It turned out to be the best surprise of her life when, while posing for a photo, Ryan asked her to be his wife.

The couple's celebration was held in the garden courtyard of The Hotel Roanoke, with strings of lights and greenery accents to help create a neutral and elegant ceremony. Even though an outdoor ceremony can be risky with the threat of bad weather, the bride and groom had their hearts set on the location. Their timing was perfect: as soon as the ceremony concluded and guests began to make their way inside, it began to rain. Opting for something a little different from the traditional wedding cake, the couple chose to serve donuts on a stand that Kylie's father had made. The perfect location of The Hotel Roanoke allowed for guests to not only enjoy themselves while helping Ryan and Kylie celebrate becoming husband and wife, but explore downtown Roanoke during the weekend. The couple relished spending time with all of their guests. "Time spent with others is what creates the best memories!" Kylie says.

Make sure to see more of the Tangney wedding on page 50 of bridebook!

Dress: Casablanca
Flowers: Carolyn McMillan
Venue: The Hotel Roanoke
Caterer: The Hotel Roanoke
DJ: RSP Entertainment
Groomsmen's Attire: Jos A. Bank
Hair: Brambleton Studios
Makeup: Laci Fore
Donuts: Dunkin' Donuts
Attendants Dresses: Lulus
Jewelry: Diamonds Direct
Planner: Nikki Perkinson
Seamstress: Sew Right, LLC

Wedding Wednesday: The Edmonds Wedding

The Edmonds Wedding | June 3, 2017 | Photography by: Heather Chipps Photography

Erin Brookshier had no idea that she was on a blind date when a close friend (who would end up being a bridesmaid!) picked her up with a few others for a casual game of recreation league soccer. She hit it off instantly with someone who was already in the car: Rob Edmonds. Their connection was immediate, and he called her the very next day to ask her out on their first official date. One early Saturday morning at 3 a.m., Rob and early-bird Erin (who is often up before dawn, as a morning reporter at WSLS10) hiked together to the Peaks of Otter, a hike that Erin's family had done many times in her childhood. When they reached the top of the trail, Rob proposed to Erin with the sunrise as their only audience. The "excited" future bride and groom then hiked back down to enjoy a huge celebratory breakfast.

Erin and Rob celebrated their special day by acknowledging the importance of family. A tree-planting ceremony, where Rob and Erin brought soil from each of their parents' homes, symbolized the two families becoming one. In addition to the tree-planting ceremony, the couple partook in "burying the bourbon," an old southern tradition to ensure good weather on the wedding day. Even though the weather forecast predicted rain for the whole week, the Edmonds wedding took place on a 92-degree Saturday beneath a cloudless sky. The beauty of the wedding ceremony itself was in the details: the couple's "pre-wedding bonding time" where they created their own centerpieces, Erin's veil (it had been her mother's at her wedding in 1984) and Erin's father's cufflinks, which she had given to him as a gift the night before the wedding. These cufflinks, which Erin thought "were very special," read on one side, "I'll always be your little girl." In addition to an enchanting venue and entertainment services, these small details played a integral role in the celebration of two families becoming one.

Make sure to see more of the Edmonds wedding on page 30 of bridebook!

Photography: Heather Chipps Photography
Dress: The Newfangled Bride
Florist: Perfect Arrangement
Venue: Plantation on Sunnybrook
Caterer: Plantation Creations Catering and Events
DJ: Castillo DJ Services
Groomsmen's Attire: Jos A Banks
Hair & Makeup: Les Cheveux Salon and Day Spa
Alterations: Sew Right, LLC
Cake: Mary Ogilvie
Attendants Dresses: Weddington Way
Wedding Planner: Tammy Scaggs - Plantation on Sunnybrook