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A Day to Remember - Jennifer & Luke

June 11, 2011

It certainly was a day to remember for Jennifer Rusch and Luke Beadnell, of Warrensburg, who were wed at the First United Methodist Church in Warrensburg on June 11, 2011 surrounded by friends and family. The group traveled to the Copperfield Inn in North Creek for a festive reception in recognition of the special occasion.

The Ceremony

Guests were welcomed to the day’s happenings with invitations by Kayla Herlihy. The ceremony took place at the First United Methodist Church in Warrensburg with decorations by A.C. Moore and Hobby Lobby. The vows were officiated by the Rev. Stephen Andrews.

The Reception

The reception was held at the Copperfield Inn in North Creek with DJ/music by Total Entertainment. Decorations were from A.C. Moore and Hobby Lobby. The cake was custom-made by Donna Husson of Indian Lake. Rebecca’s Florist & Country Store, Warrensburg, provided the flowers with a wildflower look (pussy willows, roses, etc.).

The Look

The bride, bridesmaids and maid of honor were stylishly clad in dresses from Jacqueline’s Bridal Shoppe in Glens Falls. The Plaza Salon in Warrensburg sent hair stylist Melissa Kuzmiak and a team to the Copperfield Inn, where all the girls got their hair done in the room. The rings were provided by Scoville Jewelers.

The Rehearsal Dinner

The bride, groom, friends and family enjoyed a rehearsal dinner at Lizzie Keays in Warrensburg.

The Details

The bridesmaids received a bracelet from Macy’s, and the groomsmen received a gift from Things Remembered. The bride’s jewelry came from Kay Jewelers. The day will always be remembered by photos taken by Quinn Grace (By Grace Photography). Most guests stayed at the Copperfield Inn. Each guest received a small bag of candy and bubbles to blow as the couple left the church.

The Honeymoon

The couple took a family vacation with the groom’s son, Brandon, to Virginia Beach for the week after the wedding.

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