Friends and family all gathered around Arianna and Nick on Saturday, October 8th 2016, to be apart of their special day. During the Ceremony, they were able to skype with the Brother of the Bride who is overseas, just so he could be with the family for this special occasion. For this was the day that the couple would exchange vows to one another, and become husband and wife.
The reception was held in the Terrace Room, at the Butler Days Inn. The Terrace Room was under soft purple lighting. The tables had crisp white linens on them, as well as a centerpiece of burgundy roses with baby's breath. The chairs had white chair covers on them, and a bugundy satin sash, which was tied in an elegant bow around the back.
At 5:00, it was time for appetizers. Guests enjoyed a cheese ball display with assorted crackers, while the Terrace Room staff butler passed bacon wrapped shrimp and cocktail meatballs with marinara sauce. Guests could also enjoy cocktails from the bar.
Before dinner, members from the bridal party gave toasts to the happy couple, followed by a very emotional letter read by the mother of the bride from the Arianna's brother overseas. Dinner began at 6:00. Arianna and Nick chose a buffet, which started off with a fresh garden salad for everyone. The two main entrees were stuffed chicken breast with gravy and honey glazed ham. To go along with the entrees, the couple chose sides of Au Gratin potatoes and Green bean almandine.
Now it was time for Arianna and Nick to cut their cake. It was a beautiful three tiered cake, that had lovely yellow sunflowers and burgundy ribbon, decorating the outside. The cake itself was an almond cake with raspberry preserves. For dessert, everyone was served a piece of the cake.
The DJ got the party started. Everyone was having a great time, especially the Bride and Groom! Photographer Bob Mason, captured every moment. This day is certainly one that Arianna and Nick won't soon forget!
The Crystal Room and Terrace Room staff would like to congratulate the Newlyweds! Best of luck Mr. and Mrs. Coyle!