For everyone who is coming to the wedding, we’re so excited to see you! We have some planned events we hope you can join us for:
Friday Evening, Dec. 19th, after the New York bus’s arrival, Ned and Irene invite you all to a light dinner at the Marriott Waterside Norfolk.
Please join us for sandwiches, appetizers, and beverages whenever you get to Norfolk. Ned will forward the room number when it becomes known.(Ned: 914.320.1334)
Friday Night, Dec. 19th, after the light dinner, Ted Visser invites all men for a night out to start at the Marriott Waterside Norfolk bar.
Please join me for drinks and “manliness” after dinner. (Ted: 845.480.4357)
Saturday Morning, Dec. 20th, 9:30-11:00, Minna and Sara “Mac” Dimmick invite all women to a Women’s Brunch at the D’Egg Diner!
Please join us for a hearty breakfast or lunch across the street and a block left of the hotel. A rough headcount is appreciated. (Sara: 505.301.3601)
Ted and Sara are planning the wedding for Saturday, December 20th. You will see an official invite in the mail in a few weeks but for now, here are a few details:
Nuptials in Norfolk
The events will be held in Norfolk, Virginia where Ted and Sara are now stationed. They are both newly commissioned Ensigns in the US Navy. Ted is the anti-submarine warfare officer on the USS Anzio and Sara is with Navy Intelligence at the Navy-Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center.
Sara is putting together a lovely ceremony at the nearby Presbyterian Church while she puts in time with the choir this fall. And, together Ted & “Mac” are putting together a great reception at the Marriott Norfolk Waterside Hotel. Please check out details for hotel reservations at the link above.
We had a great time visiting Mac & Ted in Norfolk this past weekend. We stayed at the Marriott Norfolk Waterside and ejoyed the hampton Roads dockside where there is lots to do. The biggest thing to do is to visit the battleship USS Wisconson which is docked only two blocks from the hotel. This is the ship that Ted’s Grandpa, ed Visser served on so it held special meaning to us when we visited. The Wisconsin is part of the Nautica Museum .