Spotted: Stephanie Crona, one of our fabulous Florida Chicks, was featured on Style Me Pretty. Kudos to Stephanie on transforming Clearwater Rec Center into a very romantic, pretty, white and light venue! And, as always, thank you to Divine Light Photography for capturing the moments perfectly. Check out more of Stephanie’s wedding on Style M ...
What do you do when the darling of Atlanta’s event scene has an outdoor wedding during the rainiest summer Georgia’s ever seen? You put up a gorgeous tent, fill it with drapery and the best vendors that the city has to offer! Sheena Koger Vollmer of Quest Drapery was given the Rising Star Allie Award just two weeks before her summer wedding ...
When this Minnesota couple decided to exchange nuptials on the beach, the search for the perfect venue began. After seeing the terrace at the Ritz Carlton Beach Club in Sarasota, they were sold! The bride’s vision was crystal clear. She wanted a stylish seaside event and she had only one rule… no cliché beach décor!
Kara and Ryan’s heartfelt ...
Today’s real wedding, captured by the super talented Abby Jiu, is one of our favorite from last year and is featured in the newest issue of Washingtonian Bride and Groom Magazine.
Ally and Jeff had a sweet love story that started in the charming town of St. Michael’s Maryland, set along the Chesapeake Bay. They selected the Chesapeake B ...
Jessica and Jimmy were literally just the sweetest couple ever and we just loved working with them! We were so excited when, after a long search, we chose the amazing new space, Oxford Exchange in Tampa and it turns out that Jessica and Jimmy’s wedding would be the very first to take place in this fabulous new venue! Family and friends are to ...
Kerry and Nick exchanged nuptials at St. Elizabeth Hungary in downtown Denver, a historic church constructed in the late 1800′s. Opting for a very traditional and romantic wedding, Kerry’s venue of choice also had history. Not only is the Denver Country Club the oldest club west of the Mississippi, but her parents had been members since ...
It is no surprise that we love to showcase our clients’ weddings. What we love even more is to share their love story. Sarah and Matthew met while attending the University of Florida. Sarah was 19, a sophomore, and Matt was 21, a senior. Introduced by a friend, Matt remembers seeing Sarah at a party where she was apparently wearing cowboy b ...
Wanda and Josh met their match….on Match.com! Wanda envisioned an icy color palette of Tiffany blue, cobalt blue and grey for modern winter wedding. After what Wanda and Josh thought was the perfect venue fell through we found something even better, Lincoln Restaurant in DC. We created a wintery wonderland that combined Josh’s simple rustic taste w ...
Lindsay and Bob’s October wedding was traditional in all of the best possible ways. Their ceremony was held at the beautiful Our Lady of Victory Chapel, where the bride’s parents were married, and the reception took place at the timeless Minikahda Club. Lindsay’s impeccable taste led to a wedding that was elegant and classic with ...
We have another beautiful to show you today that took place at Miami Beach with guests from 7 different countries. Annie and Matias met while the Annie was studying abroad in Argentina. She wanted to learn the language and about the culture and met her prince charming while she was there. What a dream come true! The wedding location at Indian Cree ...
Today we have a sweet sweet wedding for you, with a couple filled with love for each other. Sara and Pat’s wedding was filled with devotion and celebration for each other and it all started when they met on the Marshall Islands. Because of the beauty, brightness and simplicity of the islands, Sara wanted to bring that to her wedding as well. ...
Today we have a little Georgia wedding that is traditional elegance at its finest! It has all the timeless elegant elements and a bright red lipstick-wearing bride to top it all off. This wonderful duo, Amanda and Bryan, met in one of the most darling ways…on a Safari! It was great because they both loved travel so in the brides words ...
We have a bright and beautiful wedding to show you today with one of our favorite color schemes, Fushia and Navy! Mary knew as soon as Andrew proposed, she wanted to have the wedding in Florida, especially the Don Cesar Hotel. Her parents have a house on Indian rocks beach just a few miles down from the Don Cesar and it has been her dream wedding ...
Beautiful details, Labradors and a joyful couple make up this wonderful Real Wedding of Laura and Michael.They are both doctors and they met through their adorable golden Labradors! They married at the historic Renaissance Vinoy Hotel because they are members of the private club and it had a lot of history with in the family because Michael’s ...
We have a fabulous wedding that we did in Maryland for you today. We just love the muted pinks and silvers and soft touches of color throughout the whole soiree. Michael and Katie just loved the outdoors and once they saw the Woodend, they knew it was perfect. Their vision for their wedding was more than a vision it was a feeling, therefore, we jus ...
As soon as Laura and Grant booked us we have been extremely excited for their wedding. Why? Not only was it going to be filled with marvelous details but it was taking place on a private island in the Bahamas. A private island 48 miles from Miami in the Bahamas surrounded by cool calming clear water, known as Cat Cay. It was an epic journey that al ...
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July 28th, 2014 / No Comments » / by table6
One of the most enjoyable parts of wedding planning is getting creative! Although creative ideas always seem to be the “visual” aspects of a wedding, enticing the taste buds should be remembered as well! Serving a signature cocktail at your reception is a delicious way to personalize your wedding menu. Couples are choosing to offer His & Hers drink options that reflect their personal taste and style. Cocktail Hour is a time when guests can mingle with friends and meet new ones. Although the cocktail portion of your wedding may not be at the top of your planning agenda, these 60-minutes help set the stage for the dinner and dancing to follow. Envision your favorite happy hour to share with your guests and have fun with drink names. Having fabulous Signature Cocktail menus designed will help your guests pick their fave drink of choice! And don’t forget the non-drinkers. Design something fun for them to drink, also known as a “mocktail”. They will appreciate that you thought of them too! Are you a Blushing Bride or a Mint-To-Be Mojito?
July 25th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Justin, son of 6 chick, Shannon Wilson, had the boat ride of his life for his 5th birthday. Friends and family of the little pirate sailed the intracoastal waterway of Treasure Island, FL aboard the Royal Conquest Pirate Cruise
. Justin was in for an even bigger surprise when his dad came out as Captain Peg-Leg! Needless to say, the water gun adventure began. Face painting, coin searches and a limbo competition were just a few of the activities enjoyed by all on the cruise. Thank you to all our vendors who helped make this a swashbuckling success!
July 23rd, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
What swimsuit style best suits your personality?
“Spoiler alert: I’m an old soul, so this retro chic swimsuit perfectly fits my old-school style.”
“I despise swimsuit strap tan lines. I always tell my clients to be very aware of this pesky little issue because it can ruin the wedding day photos. This swimsuit also has sparkles, so that is just the icing on the cake!”
“My favorite swimsuits right now have asymmetrical cutouts. They look so hot! Although they cause awful tan lines, who really cares? As a mom I try to look fabulous without looking like a teenager, and I feel these leave a little to the imagination while still looking somewhat sexy and keeping it classy!
“I love the wrap style bikinis! They add an element of fashion and a unique twist on the typical triangle top. Your bikini doesn’t always have to match, so I think it is fun to mix solids and prints to give your swimsuit multiple looks. Wrap bikinis are definitely my summer must have while I work on a fabulous tan!”
“I am obsessed with the blog “a bikini a day”. Tash Oakley is definitely my girl crush and these are my two favorite recent posts.”
“Bohemian bikini equals a Beach Babe… simple, authentic, sexy!”
“I am in love with this swimsuit by L*Space. Now that blush is the ’new black’, I am drawn to it everywhere I go. Its such a unique suit – I love the criss-cross top, soft fabric, and the split-sided bikini bottom. I found it online at www.fromthegirlandthewater.com, and now I own it. It’s a great color on blondes!”
July 22nd, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Come out and support Brides Against Breast Cancer for our Celebrity Bartending: Entrepreneur Networking Night!! August 7th at Nova 535 downtown St Pete from 6:30-9:30 we will be raising funds to provide FREE support programs to people battling cancer, their family members, and caretakers. We have 12 great local Entrepreneurs behind the bar slinging drinks for you and working hard. So please get tickets to support them! $35 (advanced) ticket/donation gets you unlimited beer, Titos vodka, wine samples from PRP Wine, light bites from Banyan Coffee and Tea, and Urban Brew and BBQ.
It will be a great night of meeting new contacts, great food, drinks, and all while giving back to a very worthy cause! See you all there!!
July 21st, 2014 / No Comments » / by table6
Couples are now using social media like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, to share their wedding day photos with loved ones. It’s a fun way for family and friends to help document your big day from their point of view!
STEP 1: Create a custom #hashtag that is unique to your wedding and easy for guests to remember. Short and sweet is best. It can be a combination of your names, wedding date or whatever your heart desires!
STEP 2: Try to create an original hashtag for your wedding. If you and your fiancé have common names chances are the hashtag already exists. Do a search on your hashtag and if it’s already taken, try slightly modifying it by adding your wedding date to the end.
STEP 3: Let your guests know about your custom hashtag through beautiful signage. This will also add to your décor! Put the signage in a visible spot that guests will see – reception entryway, on the bar, and the gift table are all great locations.
STEP 4: When your guests upload photos using your custom hashtag it allows all photos to be searchable and stored in one place. You can look through the photos posted after the big day, and request your favorites from your friends and family!
BONUS: You can start your custom #hashtag for all the wedding festivities leading up to the big day (engagement party, bridal shower, bachelorette party), and document your entire journey from the proposal to the “I DO!”
July 18th, 2014 / No Comments » / by table6
What can we say! We LOVE Sunday weddings. Contrary to popular belief, people have JUST as much fun on a Sunday as they do on a Friday or Saturday! Ashley & Morgan’s Sunday wedding at the Timber Ridge in Keystone, CO was absolute perfection (those exact words even came out of the bride’s mouth days later in a personal email to us). They had their ceremony on the deck overlooking the beautiful Rocky Mountains, and received the most perfect weather we had seen up there in awhile…and frankly – this couple deserved it! They both reside in Seattle, and were truly one of the most laid back, kind couples we have worked with. Their almost 10 year relationship showed no signs of complacency throughout the day but instead a genuine respect for each other, complete adoration, and a glowing love….truly captured in every shot. Of course, when you have a fabulous married couple, who are also crazy about each other, photographing the wedding, you really can’t help but get lots of raw emotion! Brinton Studios did a fantastic job (as usual) capturing all of the beautiful moments from the first look to the darling details. Not to mention, they are so incredibly talented and easy to work with! Check out this adorable wedding here!
ASHLEY & MORGAN’S KEYSTONE WEDDING
July 16th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
What is your favorite wedding day hairstyle?
“My favorite bridal hair style is when the bride wears it two different ways…up for one portion and down for the other. Most tend to wear it up for the ceremony then let loose for the reception. When it is up, I love the look of something looser, and less structured, almost like a complicated puzzle. Then large loose curls (get some extensions ladies) for the reception!
“Wedding day accessories are the way to add a finishing touch to your look. I love gorgeous barrettes!”
“I love loose, messy side buns. If you are looking for a way to jazz it up then you can always add a custom accessory or flower.”
“My favorite bridal style is one that is so fresh and unique that I’ve yet to see a bride wear it! Stylist Raney O’Keefe came up with this hairstyle for me when we were working together on a photo shoot. I’m dying to see it go down the aisle one day because this glamorous and edgy up-do would look amazing with a veil.”
“I love the look of a clean up-do. This is one of my favorites because it is simple but definitely gives the bride some flair.”
“I LOVE a beautiful loose style that can be worn either as an up-do or off to the side. You want to look like yourself on your wedding day, so I tend to gravitate towards the natural yet polished hairstyles. I prefer an up-do on brides because it seems to hold up the best throughout the wedding day (there will be lots of hugs and dancing)! Incorporating an antique hair comb or beaded headband would dress up these gorgeous hairstyles and create a bridal look your guests will adore!”
July 1st, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
If you love everything vintage for your wedding, you will LOVE this site! Weddings by Shoppe offers a variety of items including stationary, wedding bands, and of course plenty of gifts and accessories for both bridesmaids and groomsmen! Whether you are shopping for vintage wedding decor or just doing a little online shopping, make sure you check out this new site, and we promise you won’t be sorry.
June 27th, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
When Kelly and Wade got engaged, they knew they wanted a fabulous downtown Denver wedding. And with their love for food, fabulous services, and gorgeous decor, they knew the Four Seasons Denver was the perfect spot. They wanted a Spring wedding (so they could have all the best flowers) and use all of the gorgeous shades of peach, french blue, green and white. And of course, Peonies and Garden Roses graced them with their presence. In addition, it was important to them to have an outdoor ceremony which was held on the rooftop pool deck of the Four Seasons. With Colorado weather being so unpredictable, but very gracious, they were able to have their outdoor ceremony, and just as it ended, the rain came down! (But a great wedding planner always has a back up plan). It was important to Kelly and Wade to juxtapose the soft romantic feel of their event with some creative, unexpected touches that added personality, such as cotton, copper tins, metallic branches and wood. They both love the outdoors and enjoy climbing Colorado’s fabulous Fourteeners together, so they incorporated their love for hiking into the wedding by naming all of their tables after the Fourteeners they had accomplished together. They also had John Fielder’s book “Colorado’s Fourteeners” as their guest book. It was a fabulous mix of rustic outdoor with soft romance which is exactly how we would sum this couple up.
Venue – Four Seasons Hotel
Wedding Planner – Table 6 Productions
Photographer – Frances Photography
Videographer – K Hodge Films
Floral/Decor – L Weddell Events
Lighting – Lighting by Scott
Ceremony Music – Starkey Productions
Band – Groove Nation
Linens – Chair Covers and Linens
Chairs – Charming Chairs
Hair – Erin Ferris
Make-Up – Blush Artistry
June 25th, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
“Unique Seating Chart Display You Love?”
I love when guests are greeted by a signature cocktail with their seating assignment!
Trust me… you will never look at a guest book full of names. Why not create something that will remind you of your friends and family? I ran across this idea and I can’t wait to find the perfect bride for this truly unique display!
Favorite seating assignment: I prefer seating assignments to be themed to match the couple’s personality, this is a great opportunity to individualize your wedding. Below is my favorite example of a creative and personal way to display seating assignments for a couple that loves to read or met while in school – library cards! How cute!
June 23rd, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
Cufflinks are a great gift for grooms and groomsmen, and with Bond47 you can feel good about giving back when you purchase a pair of cufflinks. With every purchase, Bond47 allows you to choose a charity to support from their Charity Partnerships. Browse cufflinks and read more about this amazing company here.
June 13th, 2014 / 1 Comment » / by Table6
Happy Friday! Today is all about this modern, neutral Colorado wedding planned by our very own, Heather Allen. You can see the entire feature on WeddingWire Blog.
June 11th, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
“Favorite flower girl look?”
I love the princess feel of this flower girl dress! Everything from the tulle skirt to the the lace detail on the back straps. The side bun is also adorable!
I love a boho chic flower girl!
I adore these butterfly headpieces for flower girls. They’re perfect for a garden wedding and just in time for the 90′s trends to make their comeback as Vogue has been telling me to expect. I’d recommend pairing these with colorful dresses and make sure the butterflies look relatively realistic, green glitter would turn this look tacky.
In my opinion, I think little girls should look like little girls. Thus the reason I love the look of a “classic” flower girl dress. I think these flower girls are precious in their classic white dresses with just the added touch of a monogram!
I love when flower girls look just like that “little girls”. I am not a big fan of making them look “older” or a replica of the bride because they are just so cute and innocent as they are. A fun little hair accessory or some strawberry lip gloss, and they are good to go. I am a big fan of the “non” flower girl looks, such as cowgirl boots, tutus with leotards, or even something that looks like they pulled it out of their “Dress Up” trunk at home. I love to just let them be little girls! I have always wanted to send a little girl down the aisle with a lollipop bouquet! Who needs flowers….
June 6th, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
We are so excited one of our Florida chicks, Stephanie Crona’s, gorgeous NOVA 535 wedding is Featured on Marry Me Tampa Bay.
May 30th, 2014 / 2 Comments » / by Table6
Our adorable couple, Rebekah and Danny met at Florida State University while at a fraternity function. After seven and a half years of dating and a year and half of planning they tied the knot at the bride’s childhood church, St. Raphael’s Catholic Church with the reception taking place at The Bay Club at the Westshore Yacht Club. The bride and groom chose the reception location because it had a perfect combination of waterfront and deck space and was a simply gorgeous setting encompassing everything they hoped for.
When Rebekah and Danny got engaged, they knew that no matter what, they wanted their wedding to resemble THEM as a couple and who they are. They most certainly did not want to take a cute theme that they saw in a magazine that had nothing to do with their personalities and try to make it work. This couple was the epitome of a Table 6 bride and groom in not wanting to follow the trend! Thus, we incorporated a tremendous amount of very personal details throughout the entire wedding.
Kismis Ink Photography captured every single detail beautifully (as always) beginning with the bride’s Allure gown. It was lace, fitted, had cap sleeves and we added in a rum pink sash. Her hair was meant to be more of a classic look and then we would modernize the wedding with the reception details. The hairstylist, Andrea Rose, put in loose curls and pulled it off to the side for a more romantic feel. To top off the look, the bride added a brooch from Anglo Couture with just the right amount of sparkle! All of the bridesmaids wore little black dresses that had lace or sheer components and the groomsmen were in Vera Wang “Black” tuxes to round off the look. The groom and groomsmen had all unique superhero cuff links that were just the perfect hint of modern and definitely reflected the groom’s personality.
The bride’s bouquet consisted of fabulous Sophie roses and hydrangea and was accented with heirlooms from her late grandmother. The bridesmaid’s bouquets consisted of full and lush hydrangea with stems wrapped in black satin to complement their dresses.
The decor came together with all of the small and personal details that were subtly accented throughout the entire outdoor space. We decided to go with a light and airy romantic look – with a modern twist. We incorporated the classic “black and white” look but added in champagne and blush for a pop of color. We kept the decor on the tables light and airy with crystal glassware and centerpieces adorned with a gorgeous assortment of hydrangeas and dusty pink roses. One of the most talked about details of the reception had to be the monogrammed napkins that Rebekah made herself!!!! She also created and designed the menu card! The bride and groom wanted food stations instead of the traditional plated dinner or buffet style dinner. It was a little of everything and each station was named after things in Rebekah and Danny’s lives such as: First Date, Comfort Food, Fresh Market, I’d Rather Be Fishing, Thai Take Out and Take Me To Rio. A little something for the gentleman guests had to be the cigar bar setup with lounge furniture. The Production Crew did an outstanding job of flawlessly lighting the entire outdoor area with market string lights which was just the absolute perfect touch. The final detail was the exquisite cake by The Cake Zone which acted as a center piece in the entry way and most definitely made for a statement piece to say the least. The 5 tier custom fondant wedding cake was hand painted with glimmer of edible gold. A cascading spray of gum paste fantasy flowers designed in an ombré style decorated the middle part of the cake while fondant vintage buttons painted with edible silver were placed along the fantasy flowers.
From the monogrammed napkins at each place setting to the Instagram sign, personalized oxford shirts, custom menu cards, cufflinks and custom food station signs we think the guests at this wedding experienced a reflection of who Rebekah and Danny are as a couple – simply amazing!
A Note from the Bride on Why She Hired a Planner:
“I’m the first of three girls to get married and my parents and I wanted to ensure that everything went smoothly. We also wanted to make sure that we didn’t leave out important details. Danny and I wanted our bridal party and family to enjoy the day and not stress about a single thing. We wanted them to feel like VIP and not have to run around to set up tables or decor at the last minute. We knew a wedding planner was essential to making our day super special. The moment my mom and I met Stephanie Crona, we knew we had found our match.
As all the details started coming together, we realized that we had an amazing group of vendors. The day would have not been possible without all of them. Whenever Danny and I look back at photos, we are so happy that our wedding epitomized us as a couple. My mom and I were able to sew, embroider, and craft many of the things at the wedding and those late nights in the sewing studio will never be forgotten. It was a huge bonding moment for us. Danny and I cannot thank Stephanie enough for being our “rock” throughout the process. The day went by so fast – as I’m sure all weddings do – but there was not a single hiccup, and if there was, Danny and I never knew about it.
My recommendations for anyone newly engaged: first off, get a wedding planner (I recommend Stephanie Crona 100%) but definitely hire a planner who meshes well with you & isn’t afraid to stick up for you. Secondly, don’t just throw a linen and flower arrangement together and call it day, put effort into what will literally be one of the best days of your life. You don’t have to spend a ton of money – little crafts and little touches go a long way. And lastly – don’t forget the reason why you’re going through these steps in the first place – to marry your love. Cherish the moments of planning with your family, your parents, your friends & try to not let the day-to-day stresses impact your character.”
Rebekah + Daniel from Rebekah Reidy Miller on Vimeo.
Ceremony/Officiant: St. Raphael’s Catholic Church
Reception/Catering: Westshore Yacht Club
Cake: The Cake Zone
Florist: Artistic Florist
Wedding Brooch: Anglo Couture
Hair/Makeup: JCon/Lindsey Does Make-up/Makeup by Victoria & Amanda Ortiz
Invitations: A&P Designs
Lighting/DJ: The Production Crew – RJ Vida
Linens: Coast to Coast
Photographer: Kismis Ink Photography
Tables/Chairs: Modern Day Events
Videographer: SPARK – Dylan Mercher
May 28th, 2014 / 1 Comment » / by Table6
“Wedding furniture set-up you love?”
I just love everything about this grouping! From the eclectic mix of throw pillows to the textured fabric ottomans to the modern glass tables. Placing small groupings throughout your event is a great way to create an intimate atmosphere for any size wedding.
This white garden party lounge arrangement has been my favorite for probably nearly a decade, it’s just so classic and romantic that nothing since has better captured the kind of environment that I would dream of my brides having on their wedding day.
I love this lounge for a wedding. Of course, the canopy is beyond major. However, I love the mix of country chic and glam. The neck pillows and skirted ottomans really give this lounge a softer look. Also, I think all lounge vignettes should be centered with a fabulous floral arrangement.
I love this style of lounge furniture for a wedding reception. It mirrors the fabrics and textures mixed with dark wood, that you would see in a more classic living room setting.
My favorite wedding furniture set up was by far from Jessie James and Eric Deckers wedding. The wedding was last summer and was 100% outside split between 3 levels. The top level had long wood tables and mismatched white vintage chairs. The 2nd level had fabulous furniture vignettes straight out of a Restoration Hardware magazine and provided by one of our favorite decor companies, Eclectic Hive. The main level by the Dance Floor featured a custom made “Love Swing” that we actually surprised Jessie and Eric with! They absolutely LOVED it and so did the guests. It fit the overall feel perfectly and was also custom built by Eclectic Hive. We softened it up with throw blankets and custom “Mr.” and “Mrs.” pillows. The guests loved using it as a photo opportunity!
May 23rd, 2014 / 1 Comment » / by Table6
Cara and Matt live in Denver, CO but when they got engaged and it came time to plan their wedding, they just couldn’t find the exact venue they were looking for. As they considered where they wanted to get married, they kept landing on their love for San Francisco and Napa Valley. So, when they flew out there to consider it for their wedding, they landed on both spots. Merryvale Winery is where they decided to have their Rehearsal Dinner and the Bentley Reserve was the most magnificent building they had seen in the city, and they instantly fell in love with its grandeur and amazing location for their guests. They also treated their guests to a wine tasting day in St. Helena, CA. When the planning began, they had fallen in love with a Dr. Seuss quote they saw that said: “So you know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better then your dreams”. This quote started an entire Dr. Seuss theme from the custom made Dr. Seuss cake stand, to the whimsical color palette of chartreuse, slate and purple, to the quirky décor elements, and paper suite which incorporated many of Dr. Seuss’ popular quotes. It didn’t hurt that when the bride would describe her wedding, she kept saying, “ I want it to feel whimsical, like a Dr. Seuss book”. And indeed it did!
Ceremony Venue: City Hall
Reception Venue: Bentley Reserve
Photographer: Gaston Photography
Décor/Flowers: Amy Burke Designs
DJ/Music: Spazmatics and DJ Jeffrey Thomas
Wedding Dress: Matthew Christopher from the Little White Dress Shop
Lighting: Bentley Reserve
Cake: The Cakery
Linen Rentals: Chair Covers and Linens and La Tavola
Caterer: Le Meridien
May 19th, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
Don’t want the night to end after your wedding reception? We love these ideas from Weddings Illustrated has a great list of ideas for on keeping the party going after your reception.
Bonfire: If you went with more of a country/barn wedding consider having a bonfire after your reception where your guests can roast marshmallows and enjoy each others company!
Photo: Nessa K Photography
Hotel Dessert Bar: Have a lot of out of town guests that are staying at a nearby hotel? Coordinate with the hotel to have a dessert and champagne or wine buffet after your reception to keep the party going!
Photo: Graeme Sharkey via A Blissful Nest
You can view the full list of ideas on Weddings Illustrated
May 14th, 2014 / Comments Off / by Table6
“Favorite sweet indulgence?”
Hands down… banana pudding! I could eat it for every meal!
My favorite sweet indulgence and this is going to be so lame…but I love the Trefoil Girl Scout Cookies! Thank goodness they only come out once a year!
There is nothing better than a nice cold soda! I must admit, I am addicted to soda! I know it is horrible for me, but I cannot help my addiction! Recently, I have been trying to wean myself off with sparkling water. But, I still treat myself on Sundays
My sweet indulgence is ice cream! I try not to buy it very often because I will eat a bowl every single night if it is in the house!
The Lucky Charms Ice Cream Sandwich is a must-have this summer! Its made like a traditional ‘ rice krispy’ treat and then packed with refreshing French Vanilla ice cream in the middle. The final result of this treat is a colorful and nostalgic indulgence for your taste buds.