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Intimate Country Club Wedding in New Rochelle, NY

Tashoy and Jerry’s love story began in the Army where a mutual friend introduced them.

Their matchmaking was a success as the sparks flew between Tashoy & Jerry and they soon became inseparable. Jerry found their perfect proposal moment during a Christmas celebration at his family’s house where he asked Tashoy for her hand in marriage. Jerry and Tashoy were pronounced husband and wife during an intimate country club wedding in New Rochelle, New York. Read all about their love story, proposal, and wedding experiences.


Bride & Groom: Tashoy & Jerry
Occupations: Registered Nurse & Cyber System Engineer
Wedding Date: July 07, 2019
Wedding Location: New Rochelle, New York

Tell us how you met and all about the proposal. In the Army at Fort Carson, Colorado. A friend played cupid on us, stating we really liked each other, but we never knew each other. For the proposal, we went to Jerry’s parents’ house for a Christmas celebration. He had already given me my gift prior to us visiting his parents. While exchanging gifts we were sitting at the dinner table, he handed me a big box stating that he had another gift. At this point, I thought it was a new iPhone. While opening the box, I noticed that it was empty. My husband is known for messing with me from time to time. As I turn around to pop him, he was already down on one knee asking me to be his one and only, all the while his family was secretly recording the proposal. I guess I was the only one that wasn’t in on it.

Describe your wedding attire. I wore a beautiful off white gown from designer Zac Posen for my ceremony and another white mermaid gown from the same designer for my reception. My husband wore a white jacket with black trim and black pants with suspenders from designer Sean John.

What was the wedding shopping experience like for you? The shopping experience was tiresome and exhausting, to say the least. however, I really did enjoy shopping with my mom, she was there for me every step of the way to include my sister and soon to be sister-in-law. I was really tough because I live in Florida and the wedding took place in New York where most of the family were, so it was quite a hassle. I was happy in the end because I knew everything was done to my liking.

Did you incorporate any culture into your wedding? I am Jamaican and my husband’s family is from Haiti. My husband was born in the United States and I grew up in the United States, so there had to be a mixture of several cultures at the wedding.

Wedding Party Gifts: We gave them a taste of our cultures; Rum Cake (Jamaica) and Cremas (Haiti).
Ceremony Entrance Song: “You for Me” by ‪Johnny Gill‬
First Dance Song: “This Is Why I Love You” by Major.

What is your best memory from your wedding? Our best memories of the wedding were the reception and seeing both our family coming together as one.

What is the best wedding advice you can give to engaged couples? Always be patient, everything will happen when it’s supposed to. Never ever go to bed angry at each other because tomorrow is never promised.


Vendors:
Photography: True Love Weddings
DJ: Party all Night-DJ Andre Jones
Florals: Arcadia Floral
Bridalwear: Davids Bridal
‪Venue: Greentree Country Club
Hairstylist: Carucci Posh Boutique
Makeup Artist: Shantelle Gittens
Photobooth: True Love Photobooth
Planner: Tashoy Louis-Jean
Groom’s Attire: Sean John
Groomsmen Attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Headpiece: Siren

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