Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Sneak Peak – Spring Wedding at Double Creek Crossing

The May weather was perfect for the Vidrine wedding at Double Creek Crossing. We stopped by to take a few pictures of the details, but we can’t wait to see the professional pictures! We wanted to give you a sneak peak of the fabulous event! Thanks to Katie for letting Details Event & Party Rental help with her big day!

The natural setting of the venue is one of the best in the Brazos Valley. They also have a great back-up plan in case of rain! Katie chose a bright color scheme that really popped against burgundy. The sign-in table was adorned with bengaline fabric in wine. Arriving guests strolled down the rock pathway to their seats and received a program that doubled as a fan.

The couple exchanged vows below the shade trees and a gorgeous arch adorned with orange, pink and lime flowers. Bright rose petals lined the stone aisle, and green pomander balls hung from several chairs. The bride added a pop of color with hot pink chair sashes tied to white garden chairs.

The bride’s cake table was our favorite part! Katie saw the idea of adding pearls around the cake in a magazine. She used a pearl broach to drape the linen, adding elegant detail.

Guests could also choose from a variety of homemade pies. This gives more options than the traditional groom’s cake. The couple utilized the furniture at the venue to display engagement photos. Personalizing your wedding will set it apart from others and make guests feel more connected to the couple.

The centerpieces included vase trios of varying heights with black rocks and submerged flowers. Floating candles at the top help keep the flowers in place and cast a romantic glow when the sun goes down.

The gift table was adorned with a “bright apple green” pintuck runner.

Instead of just putting the food on the table, the caterer added interest with mirrors and hurricane vases. The candle light will help guests see food when it gets a little darker. A few leftover flowers brought in the colors scheme.

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