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May 18, 2019
#bellsbeerscheers

Jess & Craig

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Are Kids Invited?

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We love your kids—we really do. But we want our wedding to be your night off! We are also having our reception in a working brewery.

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IS THERE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE SERVICE AND THE RECEPTION?

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There will be, we are still working out the details but there will be a shuttle from the service to the reception. There will also be a shuttle starting at 9:00pm making runs to the hotels that are listed on our "travel" page.

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WHAT’S THE DRESS CODE?

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The wedding ceremony is cocktail attire. We are heading to The Virginia Beer Company for the reception. If you would like to change into your "Brewers Casual" clothes feel free to do so.

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Is there parking on site for the Ceremony and the Reception?

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There is parking near the ceremony around Colonial Williamsburg. There will also be parking at the brewery. We want to make sure you have a great time, so if you are going to drink...lets be safe and use the shuttles or take an Uber/ Lyft.

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Any fun facts about the Wren Building?

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With a construction history dating to 1695, it is the oldest academic building in continuous use in the United States. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960. On the top of the building is a weather vane with the number 1693, the year the College was founded. Alumnus Thomas Jefferson (class of 1762) drew up a floorplan submitted to Governor Dunmore and foundations were laid in 1774. The looming War of Independence halted further construction, however, and the fourth wing was never completed. The foundations, however, still exist. The building was used as a military hospital by the French during the American Revolutionary War and by the Confederacy during the American Civil War.The Bishop James Madison Society, the College's second-oldest secret society, is rumored to meet in the Wren Building.