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Cindy Schornberg
May 7, 2012 | Weddings | Cindy Schornberg

Sarah & Joyee say "I do" twice!

Keswick Vineyards began its 2012 wedding season on April 28th with the marriage of Sarah & Joyee.  What a way to start off our wedding season.  Sarah & Joyee had 2 ceremonies; one American & one Hindu.  Sarah wore a beautiful lace wedding dress for their first ceremony.  Joyee and the groomsmen wore dark suits.  Guest enjoyed the backdrop of the Southwestern Mountains and the vineyard as they gathered on the front lawn of the estate.  Sarah was escorted down the flower lined aisle by her father.  After the first ceremony guests enjoyed cocktails & hors d'oeuvres while the wedding party changed to get ready for the Hindu ceremony.  Sarah was carried in like Cleopatra by four groomsmen.  She kept her face covered with 2 leaves as she circled 7 times around Joyee before revealing her face to him.  I was fascinated with this ceremony.  I have never seen a Hindu wedding and was just amazed by the beauty and culture.  Even though I couldn't understand a word of the ceremony, it was easy to understand by the hand gestures and props that were used throughout the ceremony.  The colors were just amazing with all the red and gold.  I'll never forget this ceremony;  simply breathtaking!  Once all the ceremonies were completed the guest were escorted  to the Sperry Tent for the reception.  After dinner the dancing began and again, what a treat that was with the Indian music and dances.  I can't say enough to how sweet of a couple Sarah & Joyee and their entire family were.  I really appreciate you choosing Keswick Vineyards for your wedding and wish you a lifetime (times 7) of love and happiness.  Congratulations!  

Special thanks to the following vendors for such a wonderful job:  C&O Catering, Jen Fariello Photgraphy, BeeHive Floral & Decor, DJ Pauly Madison, Barb Wired Wedding Planner, Albemarle Limousine.

 Click here to see this wedding featured in The Knot.



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