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Real Weddings: Lillian Chun & Bradon Rice

Married September 15, 2007 at St. Luke's Chuch in Queenstown, MD

 Slideshow: Lillian and Bradon's wedding

Occupations: She's a magazine account manager; he's a division director at a staffing firm. Where they live: New York. Number of wedding attendees: 167. How they met: As Virginia Tech freshmen. First date: Bradon's fraternity formal. Where they got engaged: At a friend's pool house on the Wye River. Wedding cocktail: Raspberry mojito. Wedding cake: Three tiers of amaretto raspberry and chocolate truffle mousse cakes. Wedding theme: Eastern Shore classic. Wedding flowers: Roses and white freesia with Swarovski crystals tucked in for sparkle. Favorite wedding detail: Guests took Polaroids of themselves instead of signing a guest book. First dance song: "The Luckiest" by Ben Folds. Biggest surprise of the wedding: Bradon's five-minute reception speech in perfect Korean. He rehearsed for four months! Four words that describe the wedding: Classic, romantic, intimate, loving. Honeymoon spot: Tahiti, Moorea, and Bora Bora.

The Details:

Photograpy: Amy Raab Photography

Reception Venue: Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, Stevensville, Md.

The Bride’s Gown: Vera Wang

The Groom’s Tux: Hugo Boss

Flowers: English Rose Garden

Hair: Lehman Larue Salon

Cake: SugarBakers

Music: The Source (Elan Artists)

Videographer: Atlantis Imagery

This wedding first appeared in the Winter/Spring 2009 issue of Washingtonian Bride & Groom.

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