Kathleen + Brad : A Cavalier Hotel Wedding Virginia Beach VA

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A Classic Cavalier Wedding in Virginia Beach

He was dressed up as Santa. Kathleen was never expecting to find her Prince that day. It was three years ago at the Virginia Beach SantaCon. People gather nationwide to participate in this event where adults can goof off and dress up to have fun. Brad new the moment he met this beauty, that he was going to marry her one day. These two continued to date and added some fun adventures under their belt. Fast forward three years later, their biggest one was just beginning, as bride & groom.

They partied the night before at One fish two fish, celebrating with everyone they loved. They cut into the grooms cake made by Whipped up by Mimi. It was shaped as a yeti cooler with fresh ice and a nice catch on top to represent Brad’s love for fishing.

The busy morning began, Jamie leigh events was there to help coordinate. A string quartet, 757 strings, could be heard playing classic wedding songs as you entered the Loggia. Guests were greeted with Water and Champagne as they entered the ceremony. You could find them mingling amongst the palm trees that overlook the historic Cavalier pool. The chandelier’s were glowing on the bride and groom, despite this space being their rain plan, you would have never known anything different. Every photo taken had a smile in it. (Keeping it hard for this girl to narrow down her favorites.)

They danced the night away in the beautiful Cavalier ballroom with the Black Tie band providing the entertainment for the night. They ran down those historic Cavalier steps under the sparklers to end their perfect evening. These two are sure to have a life full of happiness, love, and fun. Congrats to the new Mr. and Mrs. Meyer!

Venue- Cavalier Hotel- Jessica Brandon

Coordinator - Jamie Leigh Events

Catering – Cavalier Hotel

Cake- Flour Child

Band- Black Tie

String Quartet- 757Strings

Hair- Corinne Barbato

Florist – Mann & wife

Videography- Memories Videography

Officiant- Ken Lane