Virginia is for Lovers: Part III

by Rhianna Shabsin

I’m here to round out our Valentine’s week with my wedding story! In case you missed the posts earlier this week, you can catch up by reading Virginia is for Lovers Part I and Part II.

It’s hard to believe, but Chris and I were married almost two months ago now. Our ceremony took place in the lovely Wren Chapel, located in the Sir Christopher Wren Building on William & Mary’s Ancient Campus. The Wren Building is the oldest college building in the country – it’s actually older than the United States! Four centuries of students have taken classes within its walls, and students continue to learn in the building today.

Being married in the Chapel is a great privilege of being an alumna, and we were so happy that it was part of our wedding day. After the ceremony, everyone headed over to the William & Mary Alumni House (just down the street) for the reception. It was a wonderful day, and I’m happy to be able to share some of it with you all!

Ceremony in the lovely Wren Chapel

Saying our vows in the lovely Wren Chapel

Outside the Wren Building

Outside the Wren Building

Catching up with my law school roommate inside the Alumni House

Catching up with my law school roommate inside the Alumni House

One of my favorite cell phone pics - taken on the W&M campus post-celebration.

One of my favorite cell phone pics – taken on the W&M campus post-celebration

Professional photography by E. Leise Photo Design.