It’s the unexpected things that your guests will talk about when your special day is just a memory. The details can start at any point in your wedding festivities, starting with the ceremony decor and the details throughout the reception. It can be as simple as decorating the chairs you and your new husband will be seated upon with floral accents and custom “Mr.” & “Mrs.” signs, or as elaborate as a heavily decorated aisle featuring an elaborate design out of rose petals. And of course, don’t forget about your four legged attendant; man and woman’s best friend. Yes, you could buy them a collar and lead to match your wedding party’s attire, but a collar decorated with floral accents will certainly make for better photos. Your guests are sure to be “wowed” by an elaborate and distinctive escort card display! Uniquely decorating your cake with clusters of loose flowers or decorating the cake tables with many votive candles can create a memorable impression in your guests minds as well.
As summer is quickly approaching its end, we wanted to share these gorgeous images from the first wedding of this summer! Michelle and Curtis were married on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain. We had such a wonderful time working with all of the amazing vendors involved such as Ashley Gain Weddings and Events, Revelry Event Designers, Troy and Aimee Grover of Troy Grover Photographers, Casa de Perrin, and the staff at the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain. Take a peak at these gorgeous images!
Cindy and Scott were married on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at The Country Club at DC Ranch. Cindy had a specific vision for her wedding day and our lead designer, Kelly Ott-Martin, helped her achieve it! Take a look at the following images by Marriott Photography to see how it all came together!
For centuries, it has been said the wedding is the brides day – but what about the groom? Isn’t it the biggest day of his life, too?
It’s the perfect time for Mr. Right to show his sense of style and individuality; not only by what he wears, but how he is accessorized. It is time for his personality, the one you fell in love with, to show through.
The boutonnieres of today are not the rose and baby’s breath pieces of days gone by. They are designed with exotic orchids, succulents, berries, bold oversize blooms, and intriguing foliages. The elements used today are limited only by the imagination.
So let’s make the boutonniere that the man in your life will wear on “his” day; something really special. Remember, he has great taste or he wouldn’t have picked you!
Thanks to the following photographers for the following images: Erich McVey, Gina Meola, Jennifer Bowen Photography, Andrew Jade Photography, Eyes 2 See, Elyse Hall Photography, Kimberly Jarman Photography, and Pinkerton Photography.
When it comes to receiving your RSVP’s from the guests you have invited, the next step is to figure out the type of display you would like to incorporate at your wedding for your escort cards. We have seen a big trend this season of our couples wanting to have an extravagent and memorable escort card display. We have had everything from oversized mirrors and chalkboards with custom calligraphy, hedge wall displays, custom made props to display the escort cards, ribbon trails featuring cards, and gorgeous trellis’ featuring hanging candles. Of course, the type of display you choose is reflective upon how many guests will be attending, however, the sky is the limit! Take a look at some of the images below for some inspiration!
Calligrapher Credits on chalkboard and mirror: Mary Moerkerke and Dear Sarah