Allie & Garrick were married at the ever magical Nestldown in April 2012 and from the moment I met them, I knew we would have great fun. ESPECIALLY when they didn’t look at me like I was cray cray when I suggested black and white striped linen on their tall cocktail tables and actually chose to use them. I was finally able to see some of my black and white stripe obsession come to life at a wedding! Woo Hoo!
A few well placed upgraded linens made a huge difference at the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. It just goes to show you don’t have to go overboard, but rather mix some standards and upgrades to get an interesting look.
~Sand ceremony table with textured overlay~
~Fun & bold stripes tied in with their pops of yellow and red accent colors~
~Shot glass escort cards…they were later filled with lemon drops for the toasts instead of champagne~
~The Sweetheart table and 2 flanking VIP tables had a special textured overlay over the same linens that the rest of the guests tables had.
A fun way to embellish the head tables without straying too far from the overall look~
~The amazing cakes from Studio Cake~
~A for Amy!
Ok ok, really for the newlyweds last name ;)~
~I know its done a lot but I love having a special touch at the bride and grooms seats, it never gets old to me~
Here are some shots from the professional photographer, Michael L’Heureux Photography
Venue – Nestldown www.nestldown.com
Coordinator – Amy Frugoli www.twitterpatedweddings.com
Caterer – Thomas John Events www.thomasjohnevents.com
Photographer- Michael L’Heureux Photography
DJ – Paul Burchfield Big Fun DJs
Bakery – Studio Cake www.studiocake.com
Florist – Precious and Blooming www.preciousandblooming.com
Hair & Make-up – A Perfect Look www.aperfectlookmakeupandhair.com
Officiant – Tara Menefee