Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Congratulations David and Gwen

This Ceremony and Reception were held in a gorgeous historic ballroom, and everything was very elegant.  The wedding colors were fuchsia and plum, and they were carried out in the bridesmaid’s dresses, the groomsmen's vests, the linens and the flowers.  The tables had ivory floor-length linens with plum toppers.  The high/low centerpieces consisted of low antique lanterns with candles inside or tall candelabras with candles and greenery. 

After the Ceremony, which was held in the same ballroom as the Reception, we moved onto the First Dance, Toast and Cake Cutting.  Gwen’s cake was gorgeous!  It had three stacked pale lavender tiers with white designs.  Accenting the tiers were fuchsia roses and antique brooches and pins.  The topper consisted of fuchsia roses with a bling initial nestled inside.  The flowers and brooches on the cake perfectly matched Gwen’s bouquet.  David’s chocolate cake was awesome for a guy who loved to hunt: it had a hunting scene on top featuring a camouflage tent, a deer and a 4-wheeler.  It was cool! 

When the evening came to an end, Gwen and David ran through bubbles and said farewell to their guests before heading off to their new life together.  Congratulations David and Gwen!

Venue: The Menard House
Catering, Cakes, Linens: Carriage Caterers
Photography: Image Studios Group

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Congratulations Matt and Rochelle

This wedding Reception was special to us, as we DJ’d Rochelle’s brother’s and sister’s Receptions in the past and we knew we were going to have a great time: their family and friends are so much fun!  As we expected, they danced from the first song to the last, and enjoyed all kinds of music.  What a great group!

The colors for this wedding were navy and mint green accents and they were carried out in the bridesmaid’s dresses, the favors and the flowers.  The Bridal Party wore pretty navy knee-length dresses and carried baby’s breath bouquets while Rochelle carried a bouquet of white roses and blue hydrangeas.  For favors, there were small white boxes at each place setting tied with navy string and featuring a mint green tag that thanked the guests for coming.  Nestled in navy tissue paper were small heart-shaped cookies.  For another special treat, as the guests finished their seating meal, plates of assorted chocolates were brought out for each table.

Rochelle’s four tiered white cake matched the colors as well, as it had navy and mint colored flowers accenting the tiers.  The topper was so cute!  It was two little peg people dressed like Princess Leia and Han Solo.  Matt’s chocolate cake was in the shape of Texas, and it had a little red heart where Houston is located.  I guess that symbolizes the place where these two met and fell in love.  Sweet!

As the night came to a close, everyone joined in the Last Dance before wishing the Newlyweds farewell.  Congratulations Matt and Rochelle and enjoy your Hawaiian honeymoon!

Venue: Westin Memorial City
Photography: Plum Tree Studios
Cakes: For Heaven’s Cake