Sarah and Russell: Modern with a hint of Orange at the Lazy Goat
Sarah was a busy medical student studying internal medicine. Russell is an engineer. Though Sarah and Russell only used B & R Events for our Marilyn Package, we were able to set them up with some ideas.
We initially met with Sarah, her sister, and mother two years prior to the big day. We were happy to tell them about venues that suited Sarah's vision- downtown, modern, and the perfect size for about 80 guests. The Lazy Goat's patio for the ceremony and upstairs Caprine Room were logical and gorgeous choices for their fall nuptials.
The six o'clock ceremony overlooked the Reedy River with the patio's water fall feature fell behind the wedding guests. Sarah and Russell's closest family and friends were greeted by the melodies from John Atkin's guitar. Their bridal party looked stylish in pewter dresses and charcoal shadow stripe suites with orange patterned ties. Sarah's fit and flare chiffon gown was accented with a pewter sash and she carried orange roses bound with pewter textured ribbon. Spencer Stanton of Stanton Photography was able to capture so many cool shots of the ceremony and used his vision to even shoot up into the Caprine Room's floor to ceiling glass windows.
The Lazy Goat created a cocktail style menu and Sarah and Russell ordered their wedding cake from Table 301. Dahlia created stunning floral arrangements of varying white submerged flowers in staggered cylinder vases topped with floating candles. High Tide's classic songs filled the reception while wedding guests mingled and enjoyed small bites and cocktails. Sarah created little boxes of candy in black jewelry boxes with their monogram drawn in chalk.
Here's to Sarah and Russ!