I just adore Marcia and Darrel- they are so sophisticated, elegant and have a classic style that I have just fallen in love with.  Marcia wanted to use black and white damask for their color palette with fuchsia accents.  We carried this pattern throughout the wedding in beautiful touches.

They wanted to have a relaxing cocktail hour  then invite guests into a lovely elegant sit down dinner.  The ceremony and reception was held at the Clarion Hotel.  Ceremony was held in the Magnolia Room – we had crisp white chair covers on either side of a fabric draped, column lined aisle. 

The cocktail hour was held in one salon where we designed a great lounge area using By Invitation Only…furniture.  We created custom coffee table bases that matched the damask pattern.

Guest were then invited in to dinner – the ballroom was classic- lovely floor length black linens topped with By Invitation Only…custom made damask runners.  The table was dressed with silver chargers,  matching menu cards and beautiful fuchsia hydrangea pieces!

The head table was so romantic – we lined the front with mirrors, added pillar candles and dressed it with the bouquets!!!

The gorgeous cake was created by Parkland Cakes, photography by Patty Hallman. Flowers by Pampered Plants.

These images are candid!!!  We snapped only a few so we could get some on the blog-  Patty Hallman did send us a few ‘teasers’ that we have included!!!

Seating cards- sorry for the photo quality…





Patty Hallman shared this with us- so lovely!



Ceremony shot – thank you Patty Hallman



Again- thank you so much Patty for sharing this image.



Lovely shot of the couple just after the ceremony!!!!  Patty Hallman




The lounge area- the photo does not do the ambiance justice~



Looking in to the lounge area from the dining room-



One angle of the dining room.



Another angle…



Table close up.



Another table close up.



Looking from the lounge to the dining room with the head table in the background.



Close up of head table.



Cake table



Candy bar before we got floral accents in it…