Most little girls have a vision of what their wedding day will be like. And it might be a dream for lot them to marry their storybook prince in a castle some day. Well just such a dream came true for today’s happy couple.
Lovely blue and white patterned dresses were chosen for the bridesmaids, while the men were in traditional black with blue ties to match. Absolute elegance was everywhere from the bride’s classic accessories to the castle itself. And all the creative, rustic and vintage details combined, this was a beautiful storybook wedding indeed.
Photographer: Live View Studios // Officiant: Amy Banka // Cake Designer: Ashley Cakes // Reception Venue: Barclay Villa // Dress Store: David’s Bridal // Floral Designer: Embellished Blooms // Event Planner: Events So Chic – email@example.com // Hair Stylist: Kelsey King – KelseyKingHairDesigns@Yahoo.com // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Men’s Wearhouse // Transportation: Moonlight Transportation // Jewelry: Oh So Curio // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Savvi Formalwear // DJ: The Perfect Beat // Submitted via Two Bright Lights
From the event planner:
The day began with lots of excitement in the air. It was a beautiful sunny day with rain tempting the area, though it couldn’t have worked out more perfectly for the hopeful bride and groom. The rain held off at just the right times.
Guests arrived to cocktails being served in the front courtyard, and were lead through a garden trail to the ceremony. A sign was displayed for ceremony seating, important to the bride and groom to have their guests evenly fill the seats. Lace curtains with burlap ties and a matching lantern adorned the arch of the gazebo. A wine box ceremony added a unique touch. The ceremony ended with the Junior bridesmaids carrying a banner that read ‘and they lived happily ever after’.
The bar was decorated with a sign ‘Who gets the Cake? (in the face)’ with large wine glasses for guests to place their bets. The hall displayed the birthday calendar sign in (unique guestbook alternative), a vintage window seating chart for the key to your seat, and a candy buffet station with CD wedding soundtrack favors.
The reception room tables where set with branch centerpieces detailed with lace handmade flowers. Each layer of their cake was designed with song lyrics from the bride and groom’s first dance song. The burlap, lace and other vintage pieces brought out the rustic feel of the venue and the royal blue, the bride’s favorite color, made it all pop.
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