Real Wedding, Mary & Josh: Reception

Kelly  |  November 24


The cake, the only traditional element of the wedding, took center stage. I had the florist bring plain boxes so we could wrap the paisley fabric around them and I had a custom made runner made from the same fabric.


My hand cut letters of Mr & Mrs were hung on the bride and groom’s chairs at their sweetheart table.


The carnation letters were moved fom the ceremony gate to the reception.


The bride and groom took photos on their vespas during cocktail hour and used the “love” sign I made.


Toasts started before the food stations opened, and included a song by the bride’s brother and sister.


Props were setup next to the vintage photo booth and guests took some hilarious photos for the bride and groom’s scrapbook.


And they danced and danced and danced…


Meanwhile my assistants setup the favors by the valet station. I bought Paulette’s Macaroons (so yummy!) and used clear boxes with a sticker of the couple monogram.


At the end of the night the couple left in their dad’s vintage car.


And lived happily ever after…

Special thanks to all the vendors!

Harper Smith Photography

Catering by Field

Town & Country Event Rentals

Atlas Pool Decking

Design Visage

Collage Designs

Rosebuds Cake

Atmosphere Entertainment

Photobooth Scrapbooks

{cevd} custom invitation studio



  1. How cute are those little macaroon favors?! Love it!

    Comment by Olivia — November 24, 2009 @ 10:48 am

  2. Those macaroons look tasty! And I love the packaging.

    Comment by s h e r r y — November 24, 2009 @ 3:17 pm

  3. This is like, the cutest wedding ever!

    Comment by Wendy — November 30, 2009 @ 6:30 pm

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