What do you get when you cross an awesome hillside backyard with an up-and-coming event designer?…….An AWESOME silver, sparkly, and unforgettable wedding reception setup.
A beautiful estate played host to a young couple’s sensational after party. The dining area sat poolside under a 60′ x 20′ canopy with twinkle light and sheer white swagging; a 3-tiered faux crystal chandelier; and LED up-lighting. The dining arrangement used silver chiavari chairs with turquoise organza sashes, round silver chargers, turquoise napkins, and silver swirl linens. Center pieces made of white and cream flower arrangements in matching turquoise and silver, sparkly boxes and topped with a Manzanita tree gave the tablescape dimension and height.
Setting the sweetheart table atop a small stage gives even the farthest seated guest a clear view of the VIP’s. Helping draw more focus to the newlyweds were sheer draping and faux crystal strings illuminated by a LED light bar.
The versatile wooden arbor can match any event color scheme with a quick change on the draping and make for excellent lounge vignettes. Fancy receptions can mean fancy high heels ; and having a little nook with soft seating to relax on can be a life saver. The event had an all-white draped arbor. Inside was a square faux chandelier, long chairs, ottoman and coffee tables. Accenting the seating were turquoise pillows and a vintage vase and cigar box. The light up libation station served drinks from under a second, matching arbor. The silver and turquoise color scheme made for a very Southwestern feel.
Across from the lounge was the cake and buffet stations. Donning their own wedding dresses of sorts, the venue’s patio awning was dolled up and draped with foofy white sheer and table bunching; atop with a color-coordinated candy buffet, a one-of-a-kind- wedding cake, and sleek roll-top chafers sat.
Amongst the Southwestern silver and turquoise backyard transformation, the blissful couple had a great night. Young children ran energetically amongst the legs of socializing, bolo tie and cowboy hat wearing gentlemen, dolled-up damsels danced poolside, and the sound of festive, tuba-heavy Banda music bumped heavily into the chilly hours of the night.