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Luxe Private Residence Wedding | Ivory, Blue and Mixed Metals

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Luxe Private Residence Wedding | Ivory, Blue and Mixed Metals

After an intense search that spanned two states, the perfect setting for the couple’s wedding was at home. We transformed their newly remodeled home, both indoor and out, to create an intimate, welcoming environment.

The bride and groom loved good food, both from the South, and the East Coast, so we included small details throughout. You can’t go wrong with a classic, script logo, and we incorporated it on the invitation, napkins, coffee sleeves and their wedding website.

This was such a fun wedding to plan and was a three day installation! Thank you to my creative team for their hard work!

Creative Team:

Wedding Planning & Design: Samantha Gieseke with Plan Our Day

Photography: Dana and Josh Fernandez

Rentals, Tent, Linens and Draping: Aztec Tents

Floral: Franzie’s Floral Design

Catering: A’fare Extraordinaire

Invitation: Bering’s

Cake Who Made the Cake

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