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Tuesday, November 15, 2011
This was a very special wedding for me to have the opportunity to work on...I have known the bride since she was 4 years old...she and her HUSBAND started liking each other in the 8th grade! I was honored to have been asked to coordinate and design their wedding!! The are adorable!
The couple had a mat they had their guest sign.
The Bride made the monogram letters for the front doors of Heritage Hunt...we placed white pumpkins with mums coming up the front of the walk...they added a warm touch to the FREEZING day...it rained, sleeted and snowed...none of which took away from their beautiful day!!
Family pictures on the mantel during the cocktail hour.
The Unity candle on a wine barrel...the couple got engaged at a local winery...we carried that into their theme with wine cork place card holders, the barrel and their table names were wine names!
Another version of the Escort Poster vs. Escort Cards...this is much less expensive and clever!! I love coming up with new ideas!!
The Groom had Cigar wrappers made for the cigar bar!
Their Signature Drink was "Tex's Sweet Tea" served in a Mason Jar...a cute touch!
A Table Setting! Rustic meets Elegance!
The Tall Centerpiece to give the room more texture...provided a wow...without a large expense!
Raspberry Plain was the location for this wedding. We had a perfect day for an outdoor ceremony! The Bride wanted everything very crisp and simple...she got what she wanted!!! It was such a great day!!
The favor was a small crystal cut mason jar to be filled at the candy bar...all candy was in the colors of the wedding...a big hit...the line at the Candy Bar was longer than the Drink Bar!!
The tables were beautiful...the table clothes were a cream on white damask, each guest had a personal menu, the place cards were placed in front of the candy jar at the top of the gold charger!
The Escort Posters were done on large, ornate gold frames with cork board...Find your seat...Bon Appetit...
This wedding was amazing...265 guests and true elegance. The invitations were done in a Metallic Gold Leaf Gated Folio with Ruby Metallic Matting. There was an etched leaf watermark that accented each piece and a Ruby Double Satin Knotted Ribbon that finished it off...absolutely beautiful!
Each place card was inserted in a Kissing Bell...the meal choice was denoted with a crystal stone for the waiters ease in serving.
Each guest had a personal menu.
The Bride chose to have an Escort Poster vs. the traditional Escort Cards...due to the number of guests there were 2 posters which were placed on easels at the entrance of the ball room.
This reception was held at the Fair Lakes Hyatt...they are great people to work with!!
Fall started with Labor Day Weekend with an amazing venue...Sunset Crest Manor. The weddings was at St. Timothy's Catholic Church followed by Cocktails by the pool at the Mansion, dinner in a tent on the terrace and dancing in the barn!!!
This was a great example of how the Paperware for the wedding set the tone for the entire event!
The flowers were all silk designed by Barbara Fluharty of Silk Designs.