Receptions at D'Andrea are always special with the thoughtful staff, delicious food, and breathtaking views and when you pair these things up with a gorgeous bride, a terrific groom and some great Victorian House vendors, you have a guaranteed phenomenal evening.
Randee was stunning in her dress from Alfred Angelo and the rest of the bridal party looked amazing as well. When I played "Canon in D" by the Angels of Venice, she emerged from around the balcony and there was an audible intake of breath and a huge smile on Tommy's face. The wedding was officiated by Pastor Kris Dahir who always does an exceptional ceremony and it was a very memorable one.
Taking much better pictures than these were Evan and Kinsey Zinser of Zinser Photography. They are awesome wedding photographers and just great people to boot. They treat every event they photograph as if it were their own family and regularly go above and beyond to exceed their clients' expectations.
One of Randee & Tommy's more unique ideas was to have the rest of the bridal party enter to the theme from "Star Wars", a very regal and upbeat song. But then they entered to the "Imperial March" from The Empire Strikes Back, which everyone cheered and loved.
|Randee and Yours Truly|
Lots of popular dance songs were played, but I enjoyed the fact that Randee and her family really enjoyed '80s funk- Dazz Band, Kool & the Gang, Cameo etc. so a lot of classic R&B and hip-hop was danced to. Once again, thanks to Stef, Savannah and the rest of the super crew at D'Andrea, and congrats again to Tommy & Randee!