Grace and Woodly were married in a luxury villa in Casa de Campo Dominican Republic. The style of the day was untraditional and elegance.
The pair hosted 50 guests where transitional florals and a garden-inspired Green design scheme set the tone.
Grace and Woodly had known each other since there were in Haiti. The two remained in each other’s social circles, during their respective first marriages.” After not seeing each other for many years, the two ran into each other in 2018 and the rest is history!
Grace and Woodly live in Connecticut both love travelling they have been to visit many countries so they couldn’t imagine having a wedding in the States.
They always wanted to have a Destination wedding. So they planned to host their wedding ceremony and reception at Villa Cacique 31 at Casa de Campo in Dominican Republic, but of the Coronavirus Pandemic, things changed drastically. As the number of cases continued to rise and local government mandates on social distancing, they knew their big day would look different. After much prayer and many tears shed, they decided to change their wedding date for June 11th 2022. It certainly wasn’t an easy decision, but the unfortunate circumstance brought them closer together than ever before.”
The theme was wedding. But not traditional. So, nothing too religious. Their wanted to have an elegant green garden
Green is the favorite color of the bride. She is the kind of bride who wanted to stand out on her wedding day, with something unique and different.
They had a beautiful intimate ceremony with a chic and elegant decor that was absolutely stunning. And, to top it all off, they enjoyed making their entrance with sparklers for the reception.