A little about the wedding:
First, Paul is a pilot in the Airforce. Not just any pilot, mind you. A C4 Pilot. Rockstar status, pretty much. So we knew planes, in whatever form possible, would be included in the wedding. Second detail- the couple met in school, while reading Sophie's World, so that book, plus books in many forms were another key appearance. Finally, in the 10 months we worked together, the wedding venue had to be changed three times. So our design plan had to change a little with each venue, with our last venue being the largest and most expansive space. No matter what we wanted to keep an element of comfort to the event all while making it the most memorable wedding any guest had been to, naturally.
All Photos Courtesy of Tana Photography
The bride and her mother sewed all of the bow ties for the wedding.
And some of our favorite details from the reception at Silverstone Amenity Center:
The tables alternated between burlap linens and ivory linens with lace overlays.
The paper airplane escort cards and the place cards...the bride hand-sewed each one and wrote a thank-you note for each of her guests.
Centerpieces were pillar candles wrapped in vintage lace provided by the bride's mother, burlap, and twine, surrounded by moss, orchids and goose feathers...
...And distressed planter boxes filled with an assortment of flowers and feathers.
All in all, it was a beautiful wedding and so much fun to be a part of. Don't forget to stop by With This Ring and also Tana Photography to view additional images from the wedding!
Planning & Design: Soiree
Invitations: Envy Design Studio, via Soiree
Photography: Tana Photography
Flowers: Boise At It's Best, Georgia
Dress Designer: Alita Graham, via Kleinfeld Bridal
Venue: Silverstone Amenity Center
Catering: Brick 29 Bistro
Cake: Greg Marsh Designer Cakes
Linens: Event Rent & Cloth Connection, New York
Hair/Makeup-Bride: Breathtaking By Camilla
Hair/Makeup-Bridesmaids: Hair Art By Maria
Lighting: Integrity Audio Visual