Monday, January 2, 2012

Happy New Year!!!

Happy New Year! 2011 was good to us, we were lucky enough to have had some wonderful weddings, and even more wonderful customers. Thank you to everyone who brought us in to be a part of your special day...we were truly honored.

We're going to start off the New Year by posting some of our favorite Winter weddings.  It has been awhile since we've posted to our blog, and we've got a lot of gorgeous weddings to share.  With the busy Fall season, and the subsequent Holiday season, we've been a little MIA in our blogging duties.  But, we're going to post a blog every weekday this month.  So, stay tuned, as we have a lot of gorgeous weddings to share. 

This first wedding we posted a sneak peak for awhile ago.  Since it has just now become cold and snowy outside, I thought it was fitting that we share this one first.  We had so much fun working with Tracy and her mom Carol...they were game for just about anything.  As long as it was white, icy, and sparkletastic!  The setting was gorgeous...downtown Cincinnati's Fountain Square at Christmas time, with ice skaters and shoppers in the background.  It really turned out to be a Winter Wonderland wedding in the heart of Cincinnati!

All of these gorgeous shots were taken by the super talented Ted and Kortnee Miller of Kortnee Kate Photography.  
The Westin's Fountain room overlooks the Westin's foyer which is adorned with twinkle lights, a large Christmas tree, and other wintry decor. 

The head table overlooked Cincinnati's Fountain Square Christmas display

All the centerpieces were draped with crystals and had up lighting in the vases as well as pin spot lighting provided by Goodwin Lighting

More ice skaters.  It really was a Winter Wonderland wedding. 
The bouquets were used a decoration on the head table in Blumeboxes decorated with velvet and crystals. 


This sparkly, wintry candy buffet looked gorgeous in the room!

Groom's cake in the shape of a unique. 

Of course we have to include some shots of the reception.  I can't resist the shots of everyone having fun...

The cool, hip, and oh so stylish mother of the bride.  She played a big part in the decor, and I think wedding design is her second calling. 

Vendor Team:
Photographer: Kortnee Kate
Flowers, Linens, Event Design: Courtenay Lambert Florals
Ceremony: Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church
Reception: Westin Hotel, Fountain Room
Lighting: Goodwin Lighting
Makeup: Brideface

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