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Emily & Nick: A Formal Wedding in Tarrytown, NY

As 115 wedding guests inside the Zion Episcopal Church anticipated the start of a wedding, bride Emily Cobb and her bridesmaids were strolling the pat

As 115 wedding guests inside the Zion Episcopal Church anticipated the start of a wedding, bride Emily Cobb and her bridesmaids were strolling the path to the church, singing Going to the Chapel. It was the perfect beginning to a wedding celebration full of music. The Bride Emily Cobb The Groom Nick Henry The Date October 6 Emily, a teacher and student, and her groom, Nick Henry, who works in the investment industry, met as students at Connecticut College, where both were music majors. Our lives are filled with music, says Emily, who was inspired by a quote: Love is just friendship set to music.

The Cake
Emily and Nick lived in Colorado when they became engaged, and they turned to wedding consultant Melisa Imberman to help them with their long-distance wedding plans. Melisa sat with the couple for hours as they reviewed tapes of different wedding bands. We were very, very choosy about the band, admits the bride, who finally chose Synergy to do the honors.
The weekend began with a Midwestern-themed picnic rehearsal celebration, hosted by Nick’s parents, on the grounds of the Tarrytown House. Guests clad in jeans and bandanas were entertained by the couple and their a capella group. Centerpieces were composed of wildflowers from Nick’s home state of Minnesota, and chocolates made in Minnesota were served after dinner.
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The Ceremony