Sparkling Sequin Winter Wedding
October 16, 2014
Classic WeddingsWeddings in Historical VenuesWinter Weddings
There's nothing better than a winter wedding, in my book. And while I might be a tiny bit biased as a January bride myself, it's soirees like this that truly prove my point. Designed in the hands of Meagan Warren, it's layered with gold sequins, rows of candles and white florals for as far as the eye can see. Landon Jacob Productions captured the gallery and don't miss the film from Palmetto Digital.
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From Meagan Warren Weddings...Amanda and Michael started planning their wedding in January 2013. They knew they wanted a candle-lit Winter wedding with touches of gold and neutrals throughout. Amanda hired Meagan Warren as her wedding planner with no other vendor booked. Amanda had no idea where she wanted to have her ceremony or reception. She was open to just about every suggestion Meagan offered... a dream bride.

We booked the historic 701 Whaley building to house her ceremony and reception that took place on Saturday, December 7, 2013. The ceremony was upstairs with the reception following downstairs on the first floor. Amanda wanted a neutral and champagne-toned color palette so she chose champagne dresses for the bridesmaids and black, floor-length dresses for her honorary bridesmaids. The groom and groomsmen wore classic, black tuxes.

Our vision was composed of simple classic florals under the glow of candlelight with white, ivory, champagne and a few very soft and tiny bits of blush hued blooms. Event colors also included soft beiges, khakis and touches of gold and metallic (e.g. sequin head table linen as well as on the bar and cake tables!)

The overall decor was comprised of crystal chandeliers, white soft draping, lots and lots of candles, gold Chivari chairs, custom linens from Connie Duglin and Creative Coverings, florals from the talented ladies of Fern Studio... all complimented by delicious food from Hudson's Classic Catering. The night was highlighted by the bride and groom's first dance, sung by local guitarist, Chase Asmer.

Flowers included blooms such as hydrangeas, french tulips, stock, garden roses, dahlias, sweet peas, ranunculus, queen anne’s lace, white astible, ruffled edge tulips, lisianthus, scabiosa, dusty miller, lambs ear, and eucalyptus.

This bridal party, by far, has been one of the most beautiful groups we have worked with, complete with a gorgeous bride and dashing groom. A winter wonderland!