Thursday, May 20, 2010

Katherine & Gary

Thank you to Amotion Imagery for all these images!

Cocktail Table Floral Piece

Another great Bridal Bouquet from Mary

The bride wanted a self created swag barn. After 3 days of pounding 20 ft telephone poles into the ground, Town & Country was able to add swag to create a micro environment that was just perfect!

Katherine glowed all day. Such a beautiful bride.
The aisle stantions and hanging tree lanterns were a great addition.

The programs hung perfectly from a ribbon on the guests seats.

Yay! The KettleKorn was so YUMMY!!!

The Bridal Bouquet
Swag ~ Town & Country Party Rentals
And of course Mary had to add floral and fresh sugar coated fruits

MSI hooked up the lighting ~ overhead and along perimeters

We love outdoor events!

These were tall stantions that we filled and then added uplighting.

Autumn is our favorite time of year to create events for. The colors are fantastic! And you really have no limitations on creativity. October of 2008 was a very busy month for Mary and I, and it started with an amazing bride and her family. Our challenges were plenty. The venue was her family's home and property out in the country about an hour from where we are. But she lived in Arizona! Thank goodness for the email and texting!!

After months of planning many, many details, we were good to go ~ and then the weather report came in. For 10 days out, we watched it almost hourly as the forecast kept changing. Well, let's just say that production was delayed and a few things got wet. As we were working on Plan B (about noon on wedding day) the sun came out and it stopped raining. Yes, back to Plan A. It's what Katherine wanted. Everyone thought I was absolutely nuts!!!! Well, tell me something I don't already know!!! I've never seen so many people running with tables in hand to get them back to the original layout. Thank goodness we had a team of vendors that really worked well together and helped everyone out to make it happen. The event was gorgeous! I wish I had better detail images to show you, but we were a bit busy to stop and snap pictures that day!

I had several favorites from this event ~

The Gormet Smore's Bar! Yummy!!!

The KettleKorn bags for the guest to enjoy before the ceremony.

The Centerpieces were one of my favorite yet. Mary did an amazing job on them - I don't have one to show you now, but I know I will soon!!!

The emblem that was created and used for the invitation carried over to be used on the chocolate favor bar, the banner flags posted along the perimeter of the reception area and all entrances, as stickers for the KettleKorn bags. and the water bottle labels as well as a few other spots. However much it was used, it was very subtle and not overdone.

The carriages that transported guests to the river where the ceremony was taking place.

The family ~ I see a trend with us and our "bride families"!!! I guess we just really love families that have unconditional love for one another.....

See you next time!

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