Jenelle and Charles had their intimate wedding at Saint Thomas Preservation Hall in Wilmington, N.C. on June 11, 2016. Wedding bells were ringing for this awesome couple as everyone gathered while they prepared to tie the knot. Coastal DJ and Video was there providing DJ and Photo Booth services for a very fun-filled event!
Saint Thomas Preservation Hall is a great place for a wedding reception. It is a historic brick church, and the ambiance is just perfect for a romantic ceremony. After the nuptials took place, the couple were announced as a wedded couple and applause filled the hall. Cocktail hour took place downstairs as the main floor of the venue was flipped for the reception. Guests entered the main hall a few moments before the introductions of the wedding party. The newlyweds then entered to grand fanfare, and shared their first dance to “close your eyes” by Michael Buble.
The staff at City Club at de Rosset took the reins for the dinner service with a fully plated presentation. The music by classic singer/songwriters matched and enhanced the classy feel of the room. After dinner there were toasts from both sides of the head table, followed by the cake cutting. The bride then shared a dance with her father to ‘Wildflowers” by Tom Petty, and the groom shared a dance with his mom to “What a wonderful world” by Louis Armstrong. After the first dances everyone came out to join the newlyweds on the dance floor to help celebrate. We rocked that old church until late in the evening! We have the photos to prove it thanks to Susie Linquest Photography!
Everyone loved the Photo Booth feature, and it really helped make sure that the newlyweds could remember every single one of their family and friends being there to celebrate their special day. The bride & groom had their last dance to “How sweet it is to be loved by you” by James Taylor and then made their grand exit.
Congratulations once more to Mr. and Mrs. Charles LePrevost! It was an honor and a pleasure to be a part of your wedding day.