Thursday, October 2, 2014

Alicia + Eric: Love, Fun and Dancing at The Thayer Hotel

Alicia and Eric are cute as a button and their love is abundantly apparent and completely infectious.  They have known each other since they were kids, but you'd think they've only been together for a short time when you look at them.  This is the type of love that lasts forever! 

As they grew older, they dated, went to prom together and became engaged.  They were married on a rainy Fourth of July day at The Church of St. Denis in Hopewell Junction.  Their ceremony was personal and sweet and it was topped off with their emotional vows and adorable first kiss. Just look at how happy they are in that moment when you watch the video clip.

Their wedding day celebration continued at The Thayer Hotel in West Point, which was elegantly dressed in candlelight and sparkle (mainly from the gorgeous candelabras).  Subtle hints of the holiday were found everywhere; the bridesmaids wore blue, the groomsmen wore star spangled socks, the tables were dressed with blue runners and their signature drink was a blue colored "Uncle Sam-tini".

Guests had fun and let loose on the dance floor all night long!  Donnie and Jenny of Your Event Matters supplied the tunes that keep them dancing.  When the evening ended, they brought out sparklers to share with their guests to celebrate the Fourth of July and a beautiful wedding day that no one will forget, especially Eric.  His birthday was the next day, a guarantee that he will never forget a wedding anniversary.

Here is a clip from their wedding day.  Hope you enjoy it!

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Congratulations to Alicia + Eric!!

The Production Team

Ceremony Location: The Church of St. Denis, Hopewell Junction, NY
Reception Location: The Thayer Hotel, West Point, NY
Reception Entertainment: Your Event Matters