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I fell in love with this rich color palette the minute I saw it~ Danielle and Matt were so easy-going and relaxed about all the details ~ they wanted to have a fabulous event where everyone enjoyed every minute while being exposed to Columbia landmarks.

The couple picked 2 lovely venues for their wedding day~ Rutledge Chapel and Capital City Club.  Both spaces were beautifully designed with the gold and black colors so that they complemented the space!

Scott at American Floral brought in floral design that perfectly balanced the rich metallics and textures ~ I love using the variety of tall and low centerpieces at Capital City Club…it did not interfere with the breath -taking views.

Vendor Love:

Ceremony ~ Rutledge Chapel, USC Horseshoe

Reception ~ Capital City Club

Photography ~ Michael Koska Photography

Flowers ~ American Floral

Cake ~ Parkland Cakes

Lounge, decor ~ By Invitation Only…Event Planning & Design

Thank you Michael Koska for sharing some images ~ so lovely!!!

Beautiful shot of the chapel all set and ready for their ceremony.

Great evening shot of our family table.

Candid photo of the room…

Another angle of the room all set.

LOVE this custom monogram over our seating card table.

Our table changed over to coffee favors for guests to enjoy.

The sleek lounge area!

And of course the yummy and beautiful cake!


When I began working with music teacher, Jessica, I was so excited, especially about the color palette they decided on!  Very dramatic but extremely romantic!!!  Jessica and John wanted to have a little ‘vintage’ feel with a modern twist.  The colors were soft pink, deep pink, rich burgundy, steel grey and black!  It was so beautiful.

The couple married at St. Peter’s Catholic Church– the ceremony was so moving- the bride’s music students delighted guest as they entered and then serenaded Jessica as she walked down the aisle escorted by her brother.

Reception was at the fabulous Capital City Club!!  Pamela and her team were just perfect!!!  The food was show stopping and the view was picture perfect as always.  The couple added in that ‘modern touch’ with having an all black dance floor- it was so FABULOUS!  The colors worked perfect together – tables were dressed an assortment of romantic, soft, full roses in elegant silver vases and urns.  Other tables were topped with the beautiful silver candelabras and tons of pillar candles.  We placed votives all over Capital City Club.

The bride’s portrait was taken by Lonnie Hoke in the couple’s own historic home- it was exquisite…working with Hoke Photography was just wonderful!!!

The wedding cake was created by Vintage Bakery– the ‘lace icing pattern’ matched the bride’s gown and was dressed with a matching brooch that each bridesmaid wore….lovely!  The cake topper was the ‘icing on the cake’ – they were hand-made dolls to resemble the bride and groom- they really were amazing.

And the two great finishing touches were the classic photo booth and massage chairs.  We had lines at each all night- Harriet and I even had to get in the photo booth 🙂

Below are seating cards

The bride’s gorgeous portrait in their own historic home.

One shot of the all black dance floor and sweet heart table.

Table shot.

One angel

Another angle 🙂

Lovely cake- just LOVE the cake topper!

The FUN photo booth!

Photo from the other end of the room.

I was able to grab one shot of Jessica and all her beautiful ladies!

Jessica taking a peak just before she went down the aisle.

First dance.

Night shot.

A guest getting a massage in the chair.

Shot of the bride’s bouqet and the cake topper 🙂

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