SO many people come to me saying they are worried about doing their event in a church. "The colors will clash", "Basketball hoops and court are all everyone is gonna notice" or "the lighting is not great." While all of these concerns are valid.. I want to show you some pictures of a recent wedding I did in Hyde park.
Keep in mind this doesn't even show the white lights we strung across the room, for dancing. Ambiance is everything!!
Such a gorgeous wedding, and amazing people to work with!!
Fall is gorgeous. The colors are rich and deep. What a great time of year to have a wedding, and bring so many colors into your decor.
The bride and groom chose to use my bird cage for cards. This was a hit! So many loved this and thought it was a unique idea. They also put vases out for friends and family to put money into.
Definitely brought a lot of character to the gift table!
We used eggshell and grey linens for the tables, with eggplant runners. Such beautiful colors together!
For her centerpieces the bride asked her bridesmaids to make them. They carved the pumpkins middle out and then painted them white. Beautiful fall bouquets filled in the center. We placed them on my patterned mirrors with scattered leaves. I personally like the look of the natural pumpkin more, It brings life and color to everything. However, I do love to see the creativity brought to each event!
This table is such a great way to bring that vintage and rustic feel to any party.
We put this beautiful pumpkin on the table with pictures of the bride and groom, it was what greeted people- such a eye-catching piece!
For the refreshment table we put out grey linens, and brought in the orange pumpkins to tie it all together.
The chalkboards were a favorite too- so trendy and easy to make any event personal!
This tower is ideal for so many different refresments. Kelsey and Ian used it for pumpkin squares! Yum!They filled 4 old fashion candy jars with candy and served root beer and water to drink.
I love to see the overall finish and hear how everyone liked the party. This Fall wedding was a complete success!
We added so many fun and unique touches, I was glad to be a part of it, and to meet such a fantastic couple and their family!
Use your own scrapbook paper underneath our 12x12 glass tiles to create a simple centerpiece. The bride used our glass vases then added her own flowers and handmade pinwheels to show her personality.
What to do with that giant bulletin board at Birch Creek Golf Course. Now it becomes a statement in the room. What a great idea!
Simple and fun. This bride used glass vases in various sizes and shapes and inserted photos into them to "frame" them. Banner made from old book pages. Banner prices are approximately $1.00 per letter.
I love this place for a wedding, especially in the fall. Sorry about the low quality pictures, I only had my phone with me, ugh. But just to give you some ideas, we used the 100ft. bulb lighting with 24" and 18" paper lanterns strung from the rafters.
The guest were shuttled to the barn via this horse pulled tractor. My very creative friend Sotheary can create these custom banners for you. Prices start at approximately $1 per letter.
Another lovely idea for a rustic outdoor wedding.
Baby Boy Shower It's all in the details, and this party is a great example of how you can take your party to the next level. This girl was so cute and wanted to throw a fabulous baby shower for her sis-in-law. She put a lot of love into the details. Enjoy!
Soft and sweet color theme with sheer sashes and chocolate runners.
Birch twig centerpieces for the woodsy-owl theme.....
Damask table runners on top of chocolate linens.
Paper owl fans for the guests since it was in the middle of July. How thoughtful! Well done.
Thanks for sending me these pics! If you would like your party featured on my blog, please send me some pictures! I love to see the final product and your creativity at work.
A Beautiful Backyard Ring Ceremony Wrought iron arbor with screens behind it to make a great photo backdrop
Black pedestal to hold the ring pillow
They chose to do a random pattern of chair covers with mostly turquoise and a pop of purple every now and then. There are no rules when it comes to this, do whatever you feel like!
Copper lanterns suspended from shepherd hooks adorned the banisters.
The height of the caberet tables makes them a perfect sign in table or cake table.