Real Weddings: The Air Force Wedding of Priscilla Rosario and Robert Brotten

As the wife of a retired Air Force veteran, I've got a soft spot for all military weddings. Maybe it's the uniforms, maybe it's the patriotic details, maybe it's just because the wedding party actually shows up on time! Whatever the reason, there is something special about a couple who embraces their military life and incorporates it into their wedding day.

Take the wedding of Priscilla Rosario and Robert Brotten – it was held at the base chapel and the reception was in the amazing Fort Myer Officers' Club (which features a tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen). Not only did the men (and the bride's dad!) rock their military dress blues but the reception featured several live performances (including the bride singing "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" while the groom played the bugle!).

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Images Courtesy of: Ever After Visuals (via Two Bright Lights)

Isn't this Air Force wedding to die for? And how COOL it was for the wedding party and guests to do live performances during the reception? I just love how Priscilla and Robert incorporated a military theme to their wedding without making it too over-the-top. Are any members of Tulle Nation using military or patriotic inspiration in their wedding? Let us know in the comments!