Debbie + Jafari ~ The Knot Is Tied!
“And ya kyant beet dat!”
~ Jafari’s Father (in his distinct Jamaican accent)
That phrase pretty much summed up the entire wedding day that Debbie and Jafari enjoyed and had been anticipating.
You couldn’t beat how stylish these two were: the beautiful embroidered wedding dress with a vintage mesh veil and the fly suit with “crystal” buttons and wide lapels, kicking it up a notch.
You couldn’t beat the high-spirits of the wedding party despite the rain at Gairloch Gardens and moving the formals to the contemporary interior of the hotel.
You couldn’t beat the creative designs and the excellent execution of “Design by Lexicee” and “Ecclesia Tidings & Creations”, as they decorated Otello’s Banquet Hall and Conference Centre to the teacher theme because both Debbie and Jafari are educators.
You couldn’t beat the surprise entertainment of the salsa dancers and djembe player which brought the guests in a conga line around the banquet hall and ended in a limbo contest.
You couldn’t beat the wonderful speeches and the dancing to reggae tunes all night long!
And finally, you couldn’t beat the promise of love that Debbie and Jafari made to each other that day, which will last for eternity! Won’t you join me in reliving their wedding day with these highlights.
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