Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Congratulations Eric and Mor

 Although the rain forced this ceremony indoors, it was still beautiful.  The couple got married in front of the stage and the guests either sat in ceremony chairs or at their tables.   The aisle was lined with petals from fall colored roses.  The wedding had a fall color theme and it was mostly carried out in the flowers.  Mor’s bouquet was beautiful, full of fall colored roses and accented with greenery. The tables had floor-length ivory cloths topped by high/low centerpieces of fall colored flowers and surrounded by candles.  There were coral napkins with gold napkin rings sitting on gold chargers.  The tables were so pretty!

There was a candy bar that guests enjoyed, and they were in fall colors as well.  Mor’s three-tiered, stacked, red velvet cake had natural frosting lines and the tiers were accented with fall colored roses.  After dinner, ready for a night of fun, Mor changed into a short white dress and fuschia heels.  She kept on the floral crown that she wore during the ceremony.  The guest book at this wedding was unique, and I really liked it.  Instead of a signing their names in a book with pictures of the newlyweds, there was a picture of each guest with the bride and groom and the guests signed the book next to their picture.

The guests at this reception had so much fun on the dance floor!  They were singing along and having a blast.  They did the Hora while the newlyweds were lifted up in chairs as everyone danced around them.  A few times they broke into a soul train line.  I don’t think Mor and Eric ever stopped dancing!  When the night came to an end, the newlyweds walked to their car while their guests cheered.  It was a great night.  Congratulations Eric and Mor!

Venue: Garten Verein
Catering, Cakes, Linens, Flowers: Carriage Caterers 

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Congratulations JD and Krystal

While the rainy weather forced this ceremony inside, it didn’t take away from the happiness of the day.  The theme for the wedding was rustic/country with burgundy and fall colors and it was beautiful!  The ceremony backdrop featured two vintage wood doors accented by amber uplights.  Behind the doors were bales of hay with lanterns, fall flowers and pumpkins on them.  The aisle décor alternated between shepherd’s hooks with flowers and lanterns.  The unity sand ceremony was set up on a wine barrel.  The details in this wedding all tied together perfectly.

The theme was carried through the reception, with the cakes on wine barrels and our amber uplights around the room.   Our two-foot marquee LOVE letters were on a ladder on the stage – they looked awesome!  There was also a mason jar chandelier over the dance floor.  Even the toasting glasses and cake knife matched, decorated with burlap and lace.  The guest book was planks of wood painted brown and accented by a heart with the couple’s initials.  The guests signed the boards with white paint markers.  The favors consisted of packets of sunflower seeds in a vintage wheel barrow.  The dinner tables had floor-length burgundy table cloths and burlap and lace runners.  The centerpieces alternated between three styles: floral arrangements on wood slices, lanterns, and floral arrangements in boxes.  Around the centerpieces were mini pumpkins, mason jars with candles and small vases with fall colored flowers.   You could tell the couple put a lot of work into making sure everything matched and they did a great job!  I also can’t forget Krystal’s something blue: her blue boots.  So cute!

Krystal’s four-tiered, stacked cake was beautiful.  Alternating tiers had burlap ribbon around them while mini pumpkins and a wood cake stand added accents.  The cake topper had a bride and groom with a horse – perfect for horse-loving Krystal.  JDs cake was incredible.  It was a military tank, for the time he served in the military.  The guests spent their time either dancing or taking fun photos in our photo booth.  The champagne sequined backdrop was the perfect color for the wedding.  When the night ended, everyone lined up to blow bubbles as the newlyweds made their exit.  Congratulations JD and Krystal!

Venue: The Springs Angleton, Sycamore Hall
Catering: Central Texas BBQ
Photography and Videography: Cinematic Saviors
Décor: A Special Touch
Flowers: Dream Bouquet
Cakes: Cakes by Jula
Photo Booth, Uplights, Marquee letters: Premium Sound