Thursday, September 4, 2008

Moses-Porter Reception

For the reception we went back to dramatic and romantic lighting. Because the reception was at the same venue as the ceremony, we were able to get dual usage out of the floor candelabras and blume box arrangements by placing them at the head table.
Party favors were mint tins with the couple's engagement picture
For the table numbers I used green rhinestone numbers on a glass vase with a yellow orchid inside
Here is one of the centerpieces
And once the lights were off you can see how the lights inside the vases along with candlelight really added drama to the tablesKeeping with the theme and color scheme, there were plenty of lemons and limes in the centerpieces

A picture of the couple's gorgeous toasting flutes engraved with their names and wedding dateThe bride's bouquet on the cake table Instead of the traditional wedding cake we did a cupcake tower Here is a close up of the top tier which allowed for the couple to have a cake to cut into for the cake cutting. The topper was custom made with green fabric and the edges lined with yellow ribbon by Shea Chic DesignsAnd a close up of the yummy cupcakes! Here is the couple cutting the cake
And they're off!
A big thank you to the wonderful group of vendors I worked with to design this beautiful wedding!
Videography: CMV Productions
Makeup: Scoobie West
Floral Design: Elliott Soo
Stationery: Socially Write


Lucky Paperie said...

It looks like a positively fresh and fun affair! Great work Michelle.

An Atlanta Bride said...

Hi there! I am an Atlanta Bride set to marry in almost 6 months. You have a great blog! I love the toasting flutes this couple had. Any idea where they got them from? I'm also interested in renting a vintage car. Do you also happen to know the company they used? Thanks so much for your time!!

Lemiga Events said...

The toasting flutes are from Things Remembered - and the car is from A Cut Above Limousine