Tory and Michael were a pleasure to work with from the very beginning! Michael kept the wedding close to home, as his parents are members of the club. We love it when Members Share their Milestone moments with us, and this was a perfect example! Not only was the wedding beautiful with several unique touches added by the bride, but everything from their save-the-dates to their ceremony programs were done so beautifully, that we couldn't help but ask for extras to share with all of our future brides! Their vision for their wedding made for a gorgeous day from beginning to end. Congratulations Tory and Michael!
This is a cool idea... The couple used a signature mat in place of a guest book (shown below) but they also decided to have their guests fill out a piece of paper with advice for the bride and groom on their 1st, 5th, 10th, and 15th wedding anniversary. The guests then place their note in the appropriately labeled wine bottle, and the couple will open them on the corresponding anniversary. What a great way to remember your wedding day!
Many of the small touches were provided by the bride herself. The small bottle with the coral colored roses were filled with a little water and gold sequins to add a hint of shimmer. Many of the arrangements seen in the picture were actually borrowed from the rehearsal dinner the night before, saving time and money! The Couple also provided personalized match books with the phrase, ''All You Need is Love" I think someone is a Beatles fan, as the Bride also walked down the aisle to "Here Comes the Sun"!
Though the rainy weather did not allow for the outdoor ceremony the Bride and Groom had hoped for, their back-up plan was gorgeous. We love the Rustic Archway and how our exposed beams really compliment the feel of it.
Pops or Coral, Gold, Green, and Mint added an elegant look to the guests tables. Chunky frames are often being used for Table Numbers, and we certainly love the way it brought the whole table together, from the flowers to the chairs.For the Estate Table, the bride provided gold Wine Bottles with simple white roses, emphasizing the tables regal length, and setting it apart from the guests tables.