Kelsey and Tanner’s wedding was held outdoors at a private venue, with a beautiful landscape and a breathtaking water feature for a backdrop. Due to the time of year, we added a tent to protect us from the elements. We love creating weddings and receptions on a private property as we are able to showcase many of our items and have a lot of creative freedom. In this case the property owners were no strangers to the process, as they had recently held their own beautiful wedding there.
We made the ceremony spot the focal point for our entire set up. Featuring crossback elegant-rustic chairs, adding chiffon sheers with greenery and white roses to soften the look, As well as our Pergola, with sheers and rose florals, framing the water perfectly. We anchored the beginning of the aisle with two whiskey barrels and two vintage teal doors provided by the bride. We also added a memorial on top of one of the barrels, adding to the personal sentimental feel.
For cocktail hour we provided a bar for canned drinks and beer as well as the galvanized tins keeping them cold. Our touches on cocktail hour didn’t end there, we also provided a selfie station, games and few signs, allowing the guests to remain entertained during the bridal party went through the photo process.
In reception we provided round tables with white linens. Our tablescapes consisted of two looks, with two different heights, as we always recommend. The first look was simple but very elegant, a tall 15’’ copper lantern filled with a white pillar candle and greenery. The second look was the “low” look consisting of 5 multi size cylinders filled with water and floating candles. Adding another layer of interest to the table, we incorporated wood blocks under the cylinders, finishing the look with mercury gold votives and greenery. We also provided gold charges, multi-color goblets, and satin emerald green napkins for a pop of color.
The head tables were rectangular wood farm tables. We added an emerald green chiffon runner and layered seeded eucalyptus over the runner. We also used varying size farmhouse rustic wood candle sticks topped with pillar candles as well as gold votives and cylinders with floating candles to tie the look in with the guest tables.
The sweetheart table was custom made for our bride and groom and we added seeded eucalyptus, brass candle holders and a custom made Mr.& Mrs. Sign for the front of the table. Our finishing touch to the sweetheart table was adding two vintage emerald green Sweetheart chairs.
Finishing the space we added our dance floor and a unique dessert cart made by our prostaff. Each of these details are critical to achieve the pulled together wow factor from your wedding that your guest will remember.