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A Day to Remember - Victoria Taibe and John Masco

Victoria Taibe and John Masco

Victoria Taibe and John Masco

Victoria & John

July 9, 2011

Victoria Taibe and John Masco were wed on July 9, 2011 at Sacred Heart Church in Lake George surrounded by family and friends. They planned a very personal and ecologically responsible wedding day.

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The reception of Victoria Taibe and John Masco.

The Reception

The reception was held at The Hiland Golf Course which also offered a vegetarian option for those guests so inclined. Music was provided by DJ by Andy Pratt. Guests enjoyed a cake made to look like birch bark by Lake George Bake Shop. The cake topper was lovebirds made by Johanna Masco, the mother of the groom.

The Ceremony

The wedding invitations and wedding programs consisted of recycled paper. The ceremony was at the newly renovated Sacred Heart Church in Lake George Village. The vows were officiated by the Very Reverend Thomas Berardi, and music was performed by Barbara Guy and Libby Cassella.

The Look

The bride wore a gown from David’s Bridal. Her custom-made Chantilly lace veil and straps with a keyhole back yoke were designed and constructed by Sally Taibe, the mother of the bride. The gown has since been donated to “Brides for Breast Cancer.” The bridesmaids wore black dresses from Macy’s with the hope that they will actually be worn again (recycled) as little black cocktail dresses. The groom and groomsmen wore tuxedos from The Men’s Warehouse. Hair and makeup were done at Studio 71. The platinum rings were from Tiffany’s.

The Rehearsal Dinner

The bride, groom, wedding party, parents of the bride, mother of the groom, close family, and friends enjoyed a rehearsal dinner at the Boardwalk in Lake George Village. The mother of the groom made homemade chocolates as favors and also provided custom made napkin rings, and topiary trees to decorate the tables. The topiary trees were used again at the church and donated for the church’s use.

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