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PHOTOS BY MEREDITH MCKEE MARIE COPOULOS


& PETER DUNN May 27, 2012


UVA Chapel and The Space Downtown


Our love story: Both students at UVA, we met while working at the Department of Music (in fact, Peter interviewed Marie for the position). We dated long distance, while Marie was finishing school in Virginia and Peter worked in Seattle, and then while Marie worked in DC and Peter went to grad school in London. It was very fitting, then, that Peter proposed with the help of Southwest Airlines at 30,000 feet to represent the traveling that we’d done to see each other during our relationship!


Standout detail: Introducing our family and friends to the place where we met. We held our rehearsal dinner at Old Cabell Hall, where we met and worked together. Our favorite faculty jazz quintet played at the reception. We also held a brunch the morning after the wedding in one of the UVa gardens.


On the menu: The chefs at The Space Downtown were completely awesome and worked with us to create a mostly vegetarian menu. The standouts of the evening were the grilled mushrooms and asparagus ravioli. Our cake-- by Riki at Albemarle Baking Co-- was also absolutely stunning (not to mention, delicious).


First dance song: Marie’s sister sang “At Last,” by Etta James, with the Free Bridge Quintet.


What’s next? After spending some time in DC, we just moved to Boston, MA. Marie is a grad student at Harvard School of Public Health and Peter works in urban planning.


Vendors: 16


Photography: Meredith McKee Ceremony Music: Rafael Scarfullery (guitar) & our friend Dave Wasserman (violin) Reception Music: Free Bridge Quintet Catering: The Space Downtown, Tim Burgess & Vincent Derquenne Cake: Albemarle Baking Co. Flowers: Sugar Magnolias Bride & Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Ann Taylor Groom’s Attire: Thick as Thieves


thehook WEDDINGS


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