Tage & GingerSeptember 25th, 2020
Tage and Ginger made the most out of their pandemic wedding by adding in fun little details – such as the personalized hand sanitizers – to their array of decor. Social distancing was also made possible by guests being able to spread out in the 24 bedroom Atlantis event home by Twiddy & Co. Dawn’s Kitchen prepared a bountiful feast of oysters, crab, and shrimp while Patrice of Patty Bakes supplied gorgeous macarons, a lovely two-tier cake decorated with gold and marbled green, the sweetest little lemon tarts, and a variety of cupcakes. The couple wed under a delightfully designed driftwood arch, while the bride held a spectacular display of eucalyptus, pampas, succulents and white roses. One of our favorites touches were the sequin-filled clear beach balls that floated on the water’s surface in the pool to reflect the surrounding lights throughout the night, while Jeremy Russell of Outer Banks Wedding Entertainment played music to fit the blissful mood of the evening.
Photographer | Lori Douglas Photography
Ceremony & Reception Venue | Atlantis by Twiddy & Co.
Florals & Decor | Sugar Snap Events
Caterers & Restaurants | Dawn’s Kitchen Catering
Equipment Rentals | I Do OBX Weddings & Events
Cake | Patty Bakes
Officiant | Rev. Jay Bowman
Musician & DJ | Outer Banks Wedding Entertainment
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