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Wednesday, October 19, 2016
This Wedding Reception with the theme of Alice in Wonderland was awesome! The colors for the day were marine blue and sunshine yellow, and they tied in with the theme perfectly. The tables had blue satin floor-length cloths and the chairs had white satin covers with blue ties. The centerpieces consisted of a variety of styles to match the Alice in Wonderland theme. They had piled up books, tea pots, flower pots, small mushrooms, playing cards, rabbits, keys, you name it. To top it off, all the centerpieces were accented with candles and yellow flowers. For the final touch, we had blue uplights highlighting the walls of the room
The cakes were the perfect accent for the theme as well. Amber’s cake was a tower of assorted cupcakes, all decorated in blue or yellow. Some of the cupcakes had a little “eat me” sign stuck in them. The top tier had the cutest cake topper: it was a miniature sculpture of James and Amber with their dogs. James’ rectangular cake had the Chesire cat on top. For other fun Alice in Wonderland themed items, there was a selfie station with life-size cardboard cutouts of Alice and the Mad Hatter as well as plenty of hats, sunglasses, clocks, and other props. The favors fit in with the colors and theme too: there were customized decks of cards and blue and yellow Koozies. This couple did a fantastic job tying everything in with their theme!
After a great night of fun and dancing, this Alice in Wonderland themed Reception came to a close with the last dance. The Newlyweds then ran through a shower of bubbles before heading off in a vintage Bentley. Congratulations James and Amber!
Venue: San Luis Hotel
Flowers: Island Flowers
Cakes: Ile Petit Bakery
Photography: The PD Creative
Thursday, October 6, 2016
This Wedding Reception had a beach theme, and the seaside venue was perfect for it. The tables all had white cloths and the centerpieces were either white lanterns or candles. The white wood chairs tied in with the beach theme as well. The three-tiered white cake matched, with the topper saying, “You and Me, Married by the Sea.” For accents, the cake had ribbons at the bottom of the top and bottom tier, a bling ribbon around the middle tier, and spun sugar flower accents. The favors also had a beach/sand feel, as they were in small burlap bags tied with personalized ribbon. For the final perfect small touch, Alesha had a starfish comb in her hair. After an evening of great food, cake, drinks and dancing, the night came to an end with the last dance. The Newlyweds opted to forgo a formal exit, and instead, wished all their guests farewell. Congratulations Jon and Alesha!
Venue: The Porch Café
Photographer: Queen Digital Dreams
Cake: Cakes & Pretty Things
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
This more intimate wedding Ceremony and Reception was perfect for this obviously in love bride and groom. While they had most of the traditional elements of a wedding, they also had plenty of time to spend with their family and friends. The colors for this wedding were navy and silver, and they were carried out perfectly. Tamara and Cade got married in front of an arch dripping with ivory flowers. The Bridal party wore navy gowns, each slightly different from the rest, and they carried bouquets of ivory and blue flowers. The Groomsmen all wore grey tuxes with navy vests, while Cade had a white vest and tie. There was something unique at this Ceremony that we had never seen before: a Glass Ceremony. Cade and Tamara each poured small glass crystals into a larger glass bottle. Later, the couple will send the crystals to a glass blower that uses them to create a custom sculpture, vase or bowl.
For the Reception, the tables had ivory floor length cloths with navy and silver runners. The centerpieces consisted of ivory and blue flowers surrounded by candles. After dinner, it was time for the toasts and cake cutting. The ivory cake consisted of three stacked tiers, each accented with ivory flowers. It perfectly matched the elegance of the day. After that, the dance floor was open to all. The Bouquet and Garter came later, and then the dancing and mingling continued until the end of the Reception. When the Newlyweds made their exit, they ran (and kissed) under an arch of sparklers before climbing into a horse drawn carriage and heading off into the night. Congratulations Cade and Tamara!
Venue, Catering, Cake, Flowers: The Lasker Inn
Videography: 1529 Productions