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“We still had the moment of feeding each other with cake, but it was with doughnuts,” Becca says. Guests were encouraged to bring some home in small paper bags with “Donut leave without a treat! A MEMORABLE MOMENT: Because the couple met in Delaware, Becca’s dad made sure to incorporate the state into his speech.

He pulled out a Delaware flag as a prop, but ended up holding it upside down as he talked.

“It made me so happy knowing it was part of the dress,” she says. She cried every time she saw it.” During the reception, Becca wore gold sequin sneakers with pink ribbon laces.

THE RECEPTION: A calligrapher wrote guests’ table numbers on the venue’s garage doors. “It was pretty brilliant.” Dinner included gazpacho soup with a choice of beef with poblano margarita sauce, cornmeal-crusted chicken or paella-stuffed peppers.

The tables were accented with copper vases and candles, and flower arrangements that held white and pink roses.

THE DESSERT: The couple had a doughnut “cake,” a three-tiered stand with Duck Donuts on each level.

Rabbi Susan Shankman of Washington Hebrew Congregation (WHC) married them.The soulful blues-rock singer holds special significance in their relationship; they’ve seen Citizen Cope perform several times. I actually waited a couple seconds before saying, ‘Oh my God, yes.’ ” She shouted out into the crowd that they’d just gotten engaged, and Citizen Cope played his bluesy slow-song “Sideways” to commemorate the moment.“It was kind of the perfect place to have done that,” Becca says. (The concert was an early 30th birthday present.) When Becca finished reading the card, she looked up and Matt was holding a lighted ring box with an engagement ring inside. The couple would later have their first dance to the love song.THE MUSIC: East Coast Entertainment’s Modern Luxe performed at the reception. “They were so good.” For their final song, they played “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen.“Everyone was singing along and jumping up and down.” THE HONEYMOON: The couple honeymooned in the Society Islands of French Polynesia a few days after the wedding.

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