Friday, December 17, 2010

amy & chris's wedding featured on weddings unveiled blog!

we just found out that a wedding we designed and planned back in august is being featured today on the weddings unveiled blog, completely unveiled! we're so excited to share amy and chris's day with you all. we really loved the vintage vibe of this wedding, and photographer caroline fontenot's pictures totally captured that feel. take a look at the feature here, and see below for more details from us on this special day!

amy loves anemones and so do we...and so we made them the focus of her bridal bouquet....don't you adore the vintage handkerchief pinned to the base???

we custom ordered amy and chris's guest book

arrangement in the entry with a mix of branches, hydrangeas, greenery, and dusty miller, in old world stone urns, added to the vintage feel

bridesmaids' bouquets with more dusty miller (and lovely tv console by the hermitage hotel, where the girls got ready)

we were all in love with amy's custom made necklace and birdcage veil. so old hollywood!

aisle markers were hanging balls made of pages from vintage encyclopedias

we always love seeing different photographers' viewpoints on keeps our eyes fresh...we really enjoyed caroline's take on war memorial plaza

amy and chris chose to do cupcakes for their wedding dessert, but kept a little bit of tradition with the small cake topper...great way to mix the old and the new, and that way you still have something to cut!

wheatgrass with votives and antique paper balls served as decor on the guest book table

we kept the florals on the tables pretty simple, cocktail tables and hiboys got glass vessels filled with black river rocks, water, floating candles, and fresh green ferns

we've said it before, we'll say it again: candles= low cost + BIG impact

the patterns in light on the dance floor really popped!

be sure to check out the feature on weddings unveiled for more info, and caroline fontenot's blog for more pictures (including some portraits in the world famous art deco men's bathroom at the hermitage hotel)!

1 comment:

  1. Stunning images! I love the vintage paper balls and aisle markers- too cute!