What can I say about my very first “official” clients, and how much I appreciate them trusting me to help them plan their fabulous, downtown affair. Becca and Brian are truly a gracious and considerate couple, and such a joy to work with for 6+ months. Becca especially, is so cute, and I love that she always sends card for every possible occassion. (I even got a card for the “birth” of Sweetchic Events =)
I’ve been just itching to share their images, and finally, I can!
Becca really wanted a delicate, floral lace pattern on the cake, but the baker wasn’t sure if he could replicate the look she wanted. Luckily I found some fondant molds online and had them rush-shipped to the venue, 2 days before the wedding!
I. Love. Gobos. Note the tall water-filled vases lining the front of the head-table… recycled aisle decor from the ceremony. The colorful things floating at the top are mokara orchid blossoms topped with a floating candle.
They had a choreographed first dance. And when it was over…
Later, THE BEST wedding slideshow ever. Except it wasn’t a slideshow. One of their groomsmen is an animator for Pixar. Need I say more? Well, I will anyways… animated video with a professional voice-over, AND a hysterical script. It. Was. Awesome!!
The party was going strong at 12:30am, and the dance floor still packed. I nearly had to (politely) push guests out the door, as the venue needed the room cleared to set up for Mother’s Day brunch the next morning. Clearly, it was a memorable night for all!
What made their wedding truly special were all the “unique” elements… from the Tea Ceremony, to the surprise performance, to the best wedding non-slideshow ever. Thanks Becca & Brian!