If you are considering the Fifes & Drum for your Colonial Williamsburg wedding, just DO IT! Rebecca and Michael’s day was absolutely perfect for anyone who loves the historic charm of Colonial Williamsburg. From a carriage ride on Duke of Gloucester Street (that probably landed them on some tourist’s Tiktok or Instagram story, let’s be honest…) to the ceremony and reception at the iconic Williamsburg Inn, Rebecca and Michael enjoyed celebrating in one of the most beautiful towns on the East Coast (yes, I said it – I LOVE Williamsburg!).
Rebecca and Michael chose a unique spin on their First Look – Michael was waiting in front of the Governor’s Palace and got to see Rebecca riding in on the carriage from across the Palace Green. She looked absolutely regal on the Madison Carriage. Her florals by Lindsey Codekas at the Williamsburg Inn were SO colorful and definitely picture perfect. The Williamsburg Inn, as always, did an incredible job planning the perfect Colonial Williamsburg wedding with a carriage, the historical elegance of the Inn, and the Fifes & Drum. The food was also delicious, of course! Congratulations, Rebecca and Michael!
Are you planning a wedding and hoping to include the Fifes & Drum? Reach out to Yuani Valentine and her team at the Williamsburg Inn with Colonial Williamsburg Resorts – they will take great care of you and be sure your Colonial Williamsburg wedding fulfills your dreams! I hope you enjoy a little more from Rebecca and Michael’s day – I thought Rebecca’s color choices just popped for the photos!
I hope you enjoyed these vibrant and colorful images from Rebecca and Michael’s day! Reach out on my contact form if you’d like to connect about planning your special day. We’d love to celebrate with you and help make your Fifes & Drum wedding in Colonial Williamsburg absolutely perfect.