2.20.2013

A Truly Romantic Wedding

We feel privileged to work with clients who bring amazing design visions to the table that are across the board. After all, one person's definition of romantic may be the utter opposite of the next person's. It is up to us to interpret those hopes and dreams and bring them to fruition. 

The wedding reception you are about to see had to be one of our most romantic of 2012. It was a logistical challenge to be sure. We thought the results were worth the hundreds of hours spent on designing and implementing their specific vision.



The festivities began with the cocktail hour


which turned into a fabulously dramatic space after dark. 
(Thank you, Ben Starett.)


The dinner and dancing portion of the evening took place a short stroll away, down either sets of garden steps and through the covered walkway.


The large tent was draped with swags of organdy, accented with chandeliers and made cozy by the multiple tiers of twinkling candlelight. 


The casual elegance of the evening was reflected in the combination of long, wood farm tables and round tables with formal linens. Casual seating and a fire pit nearby for impromptu conversations added to the candlight romance.


The sumptuous, blowsy roses in a subtle range of blush to pink were designed in petite estate vases and accented by touches of gold. Crystal candelabrum added glistening elegance to the tables




The soft blush bridal bouquet rests next to the lush centerpiece on the sweetheart table.




The evening was simply magical!



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