EAST COAST MEETS WEST…
Jessy and Quinton could not have been more fun to work with. Growing up on different coasts this wedding day was not only a celebration, but a day that many of their respective family members would meet each other for the first time. I felt very blessed to help them find all of the perfect vendors for them – as you can see by the images! Their wedding was a dream both in blessings and in reality.
Pretty was the word of the day. Everything was soft and lush in shades of blushes and ivories. We used a satin burlap linen in two shades that give an organic but still sophisticated foundation for the lush blooms and table ornaments that made this wedding as unique as the couple. Jessy and her mom had their hands in the design pie with us adding some cool accent pieces we incorporated into the design. Lush blooms, organic accents, pink mercury glass and white ceramic candle holders, our new cut glass vintage bud vases – it was all so pretty! On top of that, we added our new zeppelin chandeliers which I purchased specifically for this occasion and mixed in our french upholstered parlor chairs. We also introduced a signature tassel chandelier for the escort cards. Jessy gave me the idea and I said “Sure why not!?” It took me a full day to create, but I was thrilled by the look on her face when she saw it. Add armfuls of full blooms in garden style low arrangements, and the room was an absolute dream come true. Nothing could have been more perfect for this starry eyed couple.
Most of all to Jessy and Quinton for letting us create this dream for them. To Corbin Gurkin for the amazingly gorgeous photos, to the Sagamore and the staff there, to Christine Wheat and her planners, to Clifton Park Rental, to the Bachelor Boy Band, to Hart Pictures, and, as always, to my amazing staff.
Congratulations Jessy & Quinton!