After the ceremony, guests will enjoy a cocktail hour featuring the greyhound — the couple's favorite drink — as the signature cocktail. There will be passed hors d'oeuvres, and music provided by Chesapeake Strings, a trio which will also do the music during the ceremony. A seated dinner follows, with a crab cake and steak duo as the entree.

The triple-tiered cake from SugarBakers Cakes — with their initials on the middle tier — will have layers of carrot cake and dulce de leche.

"We actually don't like cake," says Jackie.

"So, I think my mom will have a little baby cartons of Ben and Jerry's ice cream for us," she says. "We'll be eating that when everybody's having cake."

The tables will feature centerpieces of Jackie's favorite blooms. "It'll be mostly a sea of hydrangeas; purple hydrangeas everywhere. And votives at every table," she says.

Their deejay — Rusty from Orlando Entertainment — will get the party going, including a surprise entrance for the couple when they're introduced as Mr. and Mrs.

Mike Butcher Photography will be doing all the wedding photos.

The couple is also using their wedding as a way to give back.

"We're donating to Susan G. Komen for the Cureand the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Both of our parents have had cancer, so we're doing that instead of wedding favors," Jackie says.

Honeymoon: They'll be heading to Jumby Bay, Antigua, which they found in Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

"We wanted somewhere where we could park ourselves on the beach, that wasn't too far way so it wouldn't take too long to get there," Jackie says.