Like many couples this past year, Will and Elaise plans for a large ceremony were thrown by the unexpected covid pandemic. Instead of simply pushing it off to a later date, Will and Elaise decided they still wanted to get married on that day and had a very private ceremony at the Estate. They arrived in style, rolling up to the front doors of the mansion in a vintage Rolls Royce limousine. Elaise, her mother and sister got ready in the bridal suite before joining Will on the blue stone terrace for a breath taking sunset ceremony. To honor Elaise’s Pilipino heritage, Will dressed in traditional garb from the Philippines. The ceremony was private, intimate, and sweet. Because of the intimate setting, Will and Elaise were able to place more attention on each other. They spent a lot of time taking pictures together, taking the opportunity to capture the beauty of the day. When the hustle and bustle of putting on a big wedding got put on pause, this small ceremony allowed them to take the time to slow down and make it about them. It was intimate and special for them to have that time together. But don’t you worry, they still had the party of the year with their wedding celebration in July!
The couple held their intimate ceremony on our Bluestone Terrace.
In July of 2021, Elaise and Will held their second ceremony shared with their loved ones. The couple chose the front of The Estate for their ceremony, and the Tuscan Ballroom for their reception!
Full Vendor List:
Photography: Renee Jean Photography, David Abel
Venue: Estate at River Run
Planner: Kim Moody Design
Hair and Makeup: Glam Face by KHATERA
Officiant: Brad Robbins- ceremonies by brad
Transportation: Best Limo Service
Florals: Kim Moody Design
Rentals (chairs): Rent-E-Quip
Grooms Gift: Hermes
Lighting and Sound: Lighting and Sound Co.
Traditional dress: Jonathan Rubio
2nd Wedding: Miachel Cinco- Dubai
3rd Dress: Mak Tumang
Engagement Ring and Tennis Bracelet: Helzberg diamond
Shoes: Monolo Bahnik and Christian Louboutin