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Historic Post Office Wedding – Hampton Virginia – Christine and Sean

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Historic Post Office Wedding – Virginia Beach Wedding Photographers

Christine and Sean took beautiful photos at their Historic Post Office wedding in Hampton Virginia. Also, check out the following links to view their Slideshow, Online Gallery, Facebook Post, and Instagram Post in a new window and feel free to leave comments!

Christine and Sean had so many lovely details at their wedding. The groom gave his groomsmen custom socks with his own face printed on them, custom flasks, and sunglasses. The bride gave her bridesmaids custom flutes and robes. Christine did a first look with her father and there was not a dry eye in the room. Furthermore, Christine wore a gorgeous veil which allowed us to take some dramatic veil shots! For dessert, Glazed Donuts provided a donut tower with a variety of different flavored donuts. Also, as wedding favors, the bride and groom gave their guests custom drink koozies and hand sanitizer bottles. At the end of the evening, the bride and groom left their reception in a grand sparkler exit!

Ceremony Venue: St Paul’s Catholic Church in Portsmouth, VA | Reception Venue and Coordination: Historic Post Office | Wedding Photographer: David Champagne Photography | Catering: The Catering Place | Florist: Courtney Inghram Floral Design | Dessert: Glazed Donuts | DJ: Music Makes You Happy | Makeup: Beauty by Tiffany | Hair: The Hair Days

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