White Florals Decorated this Hangar 21 South Wedding
A tearful first look was shared at Hangar 21 South when Jessica and Sam saw each other for the first time on the afternoon of their wedding. Compliments were shared between the couple, then the two joined their wedding party on the tarmac for group pictures. The bridesmaids were dressed in champagne-colored dresses and the groomsmen wore grey. Together, the wedding party created lasting memories smiling for the camera and cracking jokes before lining up for ceremony.
Guests arrived and found their seats on the side patio facing the stage where two floral pillars stood tall. Once everyone was in attendance, the wedding party made their entrances ending with the bride. More tears were shared as Jessica walked up to and joined Sam at the head of the aisle. In front of all their closest friends and family, the bride and groom read personalized vows, broke bread, exchanged rings, and sealed the ceremony with a kiss.
Filet and Wild Mushroom Wellingtons and Crab Cakes were tray passed while Aperol Spritz and Moscow Mule signature drinks were being served on the tarmac for cocktail hour. Guests mixed and mingled while the newlyweds were off posing for golden hour photos and enjoying their flight. Upon their return, everyone had found their seat inside the hangar for dinner.
Tables were topped with peach and white flowers and name cards at each place setting showed each guest where to sit. Sam and Jessica made their grand entrance, shared their first dance, and took a seat at their sweetheart table. A dinner of Santorini Chicken, Tri Tip Carvery, Tortellini with Creamy Pesto, Mashed Potatoes, Grilled Marinated Vegetables and Caesar Salad was served. The menu was selected by the bride and groom during their planning process with our event specialist, Patti. While everyone enjoyed dinner, toasts were made. Glasses clinked in the air when the last speech ended, and the newlyweds invited everyone out to the dance floor. The evening ended with guests showing off their best dance moves and wishing the bride and groom well.