There were a few other unique details at this wedding as well. They had a They had a large initial for the guests to sign instead of a guestbook. And for favors, they had a custom decorated cookie at each place setting.cookie and cocoa bar for the guests to enjoy hot cocoa and take home a bag of cookies.
The colors for this day were plum and charcoal and they were carried out beautifully. The tables had floor length plum tablecloths with alternating candle and floral centerpieces. The chairs had grey satin covers with plum ties. To tie in with the colors, we had purple Uplights highlighting the room. We also had a GOBO monogram of the couple’s names and wedding date projected on the wall behind their sweetheart table.
After the entrance, the special dances and dinner, we moved on to the toasts and cake cutting. Jillian’s cake had three white stacked tiers with a plum colored band around the middle tier. Marco’s cake was shaped exactly like an Xbox – it was cool! We then started the dancing with the Anniversary Dance. The longest married couple in the room had been married 43 years and their words of advice were “give in” to the other person. LOL The dancing continued until we stopped for the Bouquet and Garter. Then it was back to the dancing until the Last Dance. Jillian and Marco enjoyed the Last Dance before they ran through two lines of sparklers, released their balloons and headed off to their new life together. Congratulations Marco and Jillian!
Venue: South Shore Harbour Country Club
Photography: LA Photography
Bride’s Cake: Cakes by Gina
Cookies: Cakes by Jula