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Melanie and Joshua Bedor were married on May 20, 2012 at the Doo Wop Experience Museum in Wildwood.
There is simply no way to choose one favorite memory from our wedding day. But if I had to pick a favorite moment, it would be the exact moment I looked into Josh's eyes as I walked down the aisle; the expression on his face, in his eyes, made it all worth it.
I can't even count the number of times we visited Wildwood when I was growing up, whether for just a weekend trip or a week-long stay. It's always been my favorite New Jersey shore town.
My husband and I knew that we didn't want just another cookie-cutter New Jersey wedding, so I started looking for options in and around Wildwood.
Myself, a former punk rock girl, and my husband a former club kid, our music tastes are for the most part completely different, however we do agree on our love of doo wop — the 50s and 60s — the entire era.
When I found the Doo Wop Experience Museum it was almost too good to be true! When they agreed to hold our wedding ceremony there, I could not have been more excited.
Then I remembered that the Doo Wop Diner is located on the boardwalk, and the next thing you know I've booked our rehearsal dinner there.
It was a wonderful few days and the best time in my life; one I will never forget, down to our cake — a cupcake tower provided by A Sweet Memory. I couldn't stop smiling, and I swear we laughed all day!