Kristen got married on a gorgeous November day. She chose a ballgown, champagne bridesmaids dresses, and mixed metals for her wedding day look.
Angela Cox captured all the loveliness of the autumn wedding.
The reception was at the Huguenot loft. B & R Events designed the floor plan to include long and round tables for the dinner catered by Smoke on the Water.
The linens, copper paisley and ivory crinkle, and silver chivari chairs from Professional Party Rentals complemented the fall florals, brass candlesticks, and steel lanterns.
Dahlia A Florist did a great job of utilizing fall leaves and flowers in different vases and in the brass candlesticks. We lined the windows with candles, added soft white uplighting, and the poles were wrapped in twinkle lights for added ambience.
Couture Cakes created the very chic Ombré cake for the wedding.
For something a little different, we hung vintage chandeliers over the dance floor. DJ Jamie Blair kept the dance floor full after dinner!
Taylor and Tavarus chose to marry on New Year's Eve. Tavarus shared with us that he always had a party for the holiday, so why would this be different.
They chose the Huguenot Loft at the Peace Center in downtown Greenville for their wedding and reception. Seasons Photography captured the memories for the two sweethearts.
Renee Burroughs Floral was brilliant in executing a different design. She used very little floral, mainly for the bride's bouquet. The bridesmaids carried tissue paper puffs, the centerpieces were a combination of table top chandeliers and oversized faux lilies. Truly unique!
Pro's Only Entertainment provided the ceremony and reception music while Tavarus provided New Year's Eve hats and props for the guests.
Couture Cakes of Greenville created the cake with a cascading petal look. With a later ceremony and a New Year's count down, Good Life Catering created a light appetizer menu.
Thanks again, Tavarus and Taylor, for letting us be a part of your wedding day!
We hate to admit it.
Don't judge us.
This blog is CRAZY neglected.
Like, 2 1/2 years neglected.
But guess what! We are going to try to fix that!
So, here are two things you may notice-
Some of these weddings happened a while ago. We have quite the backlog of weddings and events that need to go on the blog. We will try to mix up new and old, but we don't want to exclude anyone.
The format is going to look different. This is because I will be blogging from my iPad due to photo accessibility. And my iPad is super portable, so I can update almost anywhere.
Thanks! And enjoy!
With a gorgeous ceremony backdrop and a great looking (and tall!) couple, photographer Jana Candler must have been in heaven!
The bagpiper's music rang throughout the mountain.
Sally chose a simple and non-floral centerpiece that she made herself. She made small trees with manzanita branches and hung ornaments she created using pages from books.
The bouquets were created by Memories by McMillian and were simple whites, ivories, and greens.
Thanks for allowing us to be a part of your big day, Sally and Travis!