FRENCH INSPIRED ELOPEMENT
what we did
The set for Tessa and Kyle's elopement took place within the white walls of a family owned barn. Our custom tulle + copper ceremony display was delicately hung and surrounded by greenery to serve as the backdrop for the vow exchange. To set an even more romantic mood, ivory candles in copper wingnut holders were lit. The couple then read their vows to one another from handmade parchment.
For the celebration, the same color elements were carried over from the ceremony. Copper accents were sprinkled throughout the dessert table setting from the cake and macaroons to the napkin holders and flatware. A French tradition, blush colored depression glasses were stacked in a mini champagne tower for the bride and groom's toast. And for their exit, the bride newlyweds drove away in a 1963 Rolls Royce with trailing copper cans. The wedding itself captures a present-day romance with a touch of French charm.
who we worked with
Cassie Loree Photography - Photography
Petals Couture - Florals
The Rosemary Barn - Venue
Lovely Bride - Dress
Kristy Rankin - Hair & Makeup
Sugar Creek Vintage Rentals - Rentals
Butterfly Cake Factory - Desserts
Nan Lee Jewelry - Jewelry
Blue Diamond Limousines - Transportation