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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Where the journey began!

This is where it all began.  Our wedding was planned in it's entirely by me, of course the groom had some say in the process.  The colors were Beige and Green with an accent of Red in the flower decorations.  The hall was a small community hall but we were able to fit at least 150 people during the reception.

The Wedding party blended the colors in and the dresses for the flower girls and ring bearer were designed by me in coordination with my wedding gown.  I had the flower girls wear green sleeveless dresses with a beaded beige waist band and the back had 3 flowers that united the openned back of the dress with beige satin material making it look like petals of an open flower.  The ring bearer was my nephew who refused to come out in the picture, but he was weaaring green victorian pants (knee length), a beige shirt with a lazo style tie.

At the reception we had several areas that were well decorated, in order to have more options for picture taking.  We had the Bride and Groom table where some of the family pictures were taken.  This table was a half moon shapped table that was decorated with candles in candle holders and center piece flower arrangement that also had candles in it.  The candle were also put on all of the tables where the guest were sitted.  At one point during the "Toast" done by the best man (my uncle) all of the candles were litte up and made the reception look even more beautiful.  We also had another area that was just for the wedding party.  There was an area decorated as a garden with a bench and trees and lots of green plants that made the outside come in to the hall. 

The wedding cake table is another one of the most important areas to decorate for the reception.  It's a very important focal point and a great area for pictures.  In our wedding the cake was all in foundant with hand made foundant flowers and leaves.  It also had gold beads stratigecaly placed for that added bling.  The cake toper was a small ceramic piece of a bride and groom under a flowered archway. 

As you can see every detail is important, every area can be a picture perfect moment!

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