IN ICE PINK, IVORY AND CHOCOLATE
so if you've followed the blog,you know I was involved in creating a wedding in Dallas at the first of this year.
I promised more photos but have been a little lax at getting them onto the blog. Well, the time has come....
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE DETAILS -
THROUGH THE EYES OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER THIS TIME.
(with a couple of extras thrown in...)
Bride and Groom in front of the mirror
decorated with garland, crystals and floral cones
Father and Daughter Wedding Dance
Surrounded by crystals, on a silver stand
A mini hand tied bouquet as the Cake Topper
with amazing four inch ivory pearl-studded ribbon
and a rhinestone 'K' monogram
The Cake Eaters
The Candy Bar in Pink/White/Brown
sprinkled with photos of the bride and groom
The Hot Chocolate Bar
Hot White Chocolate or regular Hot Chocolate
topped with whipped cream
Mashed Potato Bar
Garlic mashed potatoes with sour cream or
mashed sweet potatoes with brown sugar and pecans
The Popcorn Bar
Caramel, White Chocolate and Chocolate Avalanche
The vendor tinted the white chocolate pink to match the reception!
And while we are on the subject of food...
The Family Tree
had wedding photos of family members
placed into glass frames - a keepsake the bride and groom will always cherish
Custom covered lampshades and leaf covered frames
Pearl monograms (the letter 'K' featured prominently at the reception)
I found the adorable polkadot fabric for $1 per yard in LA
Bride's toe shoes, under glass
on a moss base
Centerpiece and Chair covers
Beautiful chandeliers and tin ceiling set the mood
Ready for guests
In the entry, light glass floral arrangement and
moss covered frames studded with pearls and rhinestones at the guestbook.
Bridesmaids and a lucky groomsman
we created the hand-tied bridesmaid bouquets
The hand-tied bridal bouquet with rhinestone cuff
Moss flower girl basket with rhinestone buckle