December dream nuptials

Published: Monday | December 24, 2012 Comments 0
The newly-weds, Sheldon and Patricia Bryan,are sharing a special and personal moment on the dancefloor under the watchful eyes of guests.
The newly-weds, Sheldon and Patricia Bryan,are sharing a special and personal moment on the dancefloor under the watchful eyes of guests.
Sheldon and his beautiful bridal party.
Sheldon and his beautiful bridal party.
A joyous occasion. The bride, Patricia Bryan, along with her bridesmaids, adds some personality to this shot. Bridesmaids (from left) are Melicia James, Theresa Bryan, maid of honour Melessa Wiggan and Peter-Gay Bailey. - Contributed photos
A joyous occasion. The bride, Patricia Bryan, along with her bridesmaids, adds some personality to this shot. Bridesmaids (from left) are Melicia James, Theresa Bryan, maid of honour Melessa Wiggan and Peter-Gay Bailey. - Contributed photos
The beaming bride sits comfortably among the groomsmen (from left) Major Richard DaCosta, Captain Brian Lundy, Gavin Brown and Captain Tamar Lewis.
The beaming bride sits comfortably among the groomsmen (from left) Major Richard DaCosta, Captain Brian Lundy, Gavin Brown and Captain Tamar Lewis.
The bride, Patricia, and her bridesmaids (from left), Theresa Bryan, Melessa Wiggan, Melicia James, and Peter-Gay Bailey were certainly having fun.
The bride, Patricia, and her bridesmaids (from left), Theresa Bryan, Melessa Wiggan, Melicia James, and Peter-Gay Bailey were certainly having fun.

Weddings in the month of December have definitely grown in popularity, allowing many newly-weds to share their first Christmas as husband and wife in the happy season. Getting hitched recently, Sheldon and Patricia Bryan are such a couple.

Nature welcomed the couple with open arms during their garden-military to-do at Hope Gardens on December 2, 2012.

The evening sun grinned on the St Andrew oasis, while the military officer awaited his princess' chariot.

She kept him waiting just long enough and made a grand entrance when a full sword party of military officers, dressed in red, escorted her pumpkin shaped chariot to the beginning of the aisle.

The bride emerged in a white gown with gold details crafted by Karl Williams of Uzuri, beaming with the beauty of an expecting mother.

The two exchanged their vows before Major Reverend Denston Smalling and danced down the aisle through an arch of swords above their heads.

The celebration was executed by wedding planner Lorraine Ross-Clunie and the cake made by Tessa Lafayette of Café Sweet.

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