Reston Limousine is proud to work with many civic organizations as part of its community outreach and philanthropic efforts, and we wanted to highlight a recent example.
Early this spring, Jan Bresch, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of the Prevent Cancer Foundation, requested a donation of limousine service for a very special couple: Kimberly and Eddy Estrada.
The Palm Springs couple was featured by celebrity wedding planner David Tutera, who stars in the WE-TV show “My Fair Weddingâ€ and also serves on the foundation’s board of directors:
Hands down, Kimberly and Eddy are one of the most gracious couples Iâ€™ve yet to encounter during my time working on My Fair Wedding. After battling breast cancer and going through chemotherapy and a tough recovery, Kimberly met her fiancÃ©, Eddy. The impact that her cancer battle has had on Kimberly has changed her outlook on life and inevitably, the start of Kimberly and Eddyâ€™s life together: their wedding.
This couple chose a fun and exhilarating theme, “Havana Nightsâ€ for their wedding with an emphasis on the colors hot pink and black. Kimberly was very adamant about incorporating pink into her wedding in all aspects to tie it in to breast cancer awareness and I couldnâ€™t have been more thrilled to take Kimberlyâ€™s inspiration and run with it. …
Every year, the Prevent Cancer Foundation hosts a gala to raise money in support of cancer research. This year, Kimberly and Eddy, a wonderful, deserving, inspiring couple, will be my guests to the event in Washington, DC. I am so grateful to have met these two during their journey to the most important day of their lives as a couple: their wedding day.
Although it would only be a short ride from the couple’s hotel to the National Building Museum where the foundation’s Annual Spring Gala took place on March 11, Jan Bresch knew a limousine would make the event that more memorable for this special young couple experience.
Congratulations to Kimberly and Eddy — may you both have many more years of happiness together!