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 ...
Shari and Jim met while working for the Celine Dion World Tour in 2008. Two years later, the couple reconnected in Las Vegas for the debut night of Celine’s show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. After the show, Jim asked Shari out on a date. Sometimes you just know when you have found your perfect match, which is definitely what happened ...
Laura and Ross knew they wanted the feel of an elegant ballroom wedding, but the catch was that they wanted it outdoors! After a lengthy search we finally found the perfect location. Nestled between the Mahaffey Theater and the Dali Museum sits a lush lawn. The perfectly manicured gem created an ideal place to hold their tented celebration. Follo ...
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 ...
We featured Diana and Ghanem’s wedding video back in November and today we want to share their gorgeous wedding photos with you. We instantly fell in love with Diana’s vision for a sophisticated Spanish affair complete with flamenco dancers and a spanish guitarist. She wanted every detail of her wedding to offer a trace of Spanish influ ...
We’ve all seen the eHarmony ads and probably wondered about the success rate. Well, Tamra and Matthew are proof that compatibility questionnaire can lead to true love! Hailing from Chicago and Northern California, the couple found themselves in Colorado Springs due to Matthew’s special duty assignment at the Air Force Academy in Colorad ...
Avid University of Florida fans, this sweet couple exchanged vows on the waterfront lawn of the beautiful Davis Islands Garden Club. The groom is such a huge gator fan he even tebowed after they exchanged their vows! We loved working with this modern bride who was just fearless and beautiful walking down the aisle in her SHORT dress and RED shoes ...
Definitely wanting a water view, but not sand in their toes, Natalie and Tony chose at the Ritz Carlton’s Members Beach Club in Sarasota, FL. With an entire wall made of windows, the club allows for a gorgeous view of white sandy beaches and the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, the club’s perfectly manicured lawn provides an outdoor ceremo ...
When you open the pages of the February edition of Cosmopolitan be sure to look for one our favorite couples! The story began when Matt was featured as Cosmopolitan’s 2006 Bachelor of the Year. While he never expected to meet the love of his life through a magazine, little did he know what his future held. Stephanie, Racquel’s close friend, may ha ...
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 ...
Spruce Mountain Ranch boasts beautiful landscapes and a cozy cabin feel, yet manages to flawlessly combines modern and rustic elements. With this combination it became the perfect location for Megan and Todd’s soirée. Using black, wine and copper orange, we used the color palette and wild flowers to create a perfect autumn wedding! Megan love ...
When a Hollywood stunt woman makes up her mind there is no stopping her! Christie, an attorney, met David while in law school. He was a guest speaker in her Corporate Law class, and as she puts it, “it took some stunt driving to get his business card!”
The couple decided to celebrate their wedding at Carlouel Yacht Club in Clearwater, F ...
The couple wanted their wedding to boast a sense of Florida flair without appearing “beach casual.” The contemporary color palette of cornflower blue, mango, and white turned this wedding into a “beach chic”affair! The Ritz Carlton Member’s Club played host to the elegant celebration. The couple exchanged vows in the sand un ...
The couple exchanged vows on the back lawn of The Powel Crosley Estate, a historic mansion built in 1929. After a waterside cocktail hour, guests moved into the mansion for a dinner. A variety of vintage-inspired centerpiece designs adorned the ivory clothed tables. The grandiose fireplace mantel was the perfect place to showcase generations of tru ...
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 ...
We have a beautiful shabby chic wedding for you today with loads of DIY details. Katie and Paul along with their family and friends all contributed in some sort of way to their big day. The table numbers, signs, bunting, and even the ribbon chandelier displayed in the middle of their reception tent was made by Katie. Paul hand made fences, rose b ...
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 ...
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April 26th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
Nothing excited us more than a call from a past client to plan another party for them. We are thrilled to have one of our past bride’s Winnie the Pooh themed baby shower featured on 100 Layer Cakelet today. Hop on over to check out all of the adorably sweet details from Washington DC 6 Chick Lauryn Prattes.
April 15th, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
Today, on Wedding Industry Experts, see the 6 Chicks and your other favorite wedding industry experts, answer the question:
“What are your payment terms?”
It is even interesting for us, as planners and designers, to read what our peers do. There is no right or wrong way, just what works best for you!
Check it out here!
Wedding Industry Experts
April 3rd, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
I have to admit, I heard about Weddington Way a while back and I brushed it off as just another website to buy bridesmaids dresses – not that there is anything wrong with that, there is certainly a demand, but it didn’t garner further investigation. After rediscovering it via a Pinterest link I decided to delve deeper into what was causing such a stir – and now I understand.
Weddington Way is a website designed to help find the perfect bridesmaid dress that is revolutionizing the way the brides and their bridal party can shop online. BUT – they don’t stop at bridesmaids dresses either, you can also find the perfect little white dress, flower girl dresses and accessories for the men.
There are several different facets of the website that I am going to try to briefly outline below.
1. CREATE A SHOWROOM
As the bride you can create your own showroom to share with your bridal party by adding favorite dresses and accessories. You can then invite your bridal party and friends to join your showroom. They can then add their own dress and accessory ideas to your showroom as well as like or comment on pictures to share their opinions. There are several different ways to search including by color palates, designer and style.
2. READ REVIEWS
A really cool feature that I haven’t really seen on other shopping websites is the feature for past brides to upload photo’s of their bridal party and write reviews of the dresses. This can be really helpful to see how the dress looks on multiple people as well as on different shapes. This combined with the personal stylist can help you determine if a dress will work on a variety of body types.
3. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
This is amazing – for a small fee of $20 for one, $30 for two – Weddington Way will send the dress to you for 2 days for you to feel and try on to make sure that you have made the right choice before ordering your dresses.
Have a pregnant bridesmaid? She no longer has to order several sizes up and pray the dress fits – Weddington Way has an entire section devoted to dresses designed for the mommy-to-be in mind.
5. ORDER THE DRESSES
Once you have determined which dress you would like your bridal party to order you can request that they order the dresses and set a deadline for ordering. Weddington Way will send reminders to the bridesmaids to order their dress before the deadline approaches.
6. PROJET DRESS UP
From the website….”We all have dresses in our closet that we don’t wear, whether it’s from your best friend’s wedding last summer, or that cocktail gown that used to fit just right. Why not put these dresses back to good use whilst supporting a good cause? Weddington Way is partnering with The Princess Project – an organization that promotes self-confidence and individual beauty by providing free prom dresses to young women who cannot otherwise afford them. The Princess Project collects lightly used dresses in excellent condition to donate to young women for their prom.
Weddington Way is encouraging women to contribute to this great cause by mailing their lightly used dresses (that are no older than 2006) to our offices in San Francisco. Alternatively, email proof of donation of a dress to a charity of your choice to email@example.com.”
As if helping out someone in need won’t make you feel good enough, Weddington Way will give you $25 towards a bridesmaids dress purchase as a little extra incentive.
HAVE YOU OR YOUR BRIDESMAIDS USED WEDDINGTON WAY? WE WANT TO KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS OR SHARE YOUR SHOWROOM LINK IN OUR COMMENTS BELOW.
March 28th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
For the first time ever the bridal boutique that has become a household name, Kleinfeld Bridal, will be hosting a warehouse sale for brides to score amazing gowns at crazy low prices. The is perfect for the bride on a budget, or maybe the bride looking to wear a second gown for the reception.
The sale is taking place on May 7, so if you have plans to be in New York we recommend adding this to your to-do list. There are some top designers featured including a few of our favorites such as Monique Lhuillier, Kenneth Pool, Lazaro and more.
We have some tips from Kleinfeld Fashion Director Terry Hall found on Kleinfeld’s blog on shopping the sale.
1. Please know time is of the essence with the Warehouse Sale and it’s first come, first served.
2. Please WEAR appropriate and comfortable undergarments to try with the gowns (we will not have access to try on undergarments).
3. Ladies, you will be sharing a room with another bride to ensure each bride gets one-on-one attention with a Bridal Consultant so don’t be shy!
4. We will only have access to the sale stock and not the regular inventory. Come with an open mind and try to
have an idea of what silhouette and fabric you prefer, as well as second and third choices too! Remember, you are shopping for a deal of a lifetime!
5. Please know you will only be able to bring three gowns at a time in the room with you so that you and your “bridal roommate” will have room!
6. We kindly ask that you bring no more than 1-2 guests with you. This will make it easier for YOU to shop. We
get very crowded!
7. It’s a great idea to bring any crucial accessories with you that you may want to complement your dress…i.e.,
shoes, a family veil to match, etc.
8. Headpieces and Accessories are part of the sale too! Perhaps you already have a dress and just want to shop for
an accessories bargin…no problem!
9. Please dress accordingly for the weather…our Blow Out Sale tends to be rather popular and we try to get everyone in as quickly as possible, but please know we can not exceed maximum capacity in the lobby nor the building overall!
10. Lastly, the sale is “Cash and Carry” meaning it is a final sale and you will leave with your dress, however, you can still pay with credit cards as well! (Please know you will being paying for your discounted dress in full).
March 22nd, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
Happy Friday! Today, we want to tempt you with some amazing sweetness from Tee and Cakes. This adorable “Dessert” shop based in Boulder, CO does ahhhh-mazing yummy delights. From cupcakes and cake pops to macarons and wedding cakes, everything is made with indie spirit from scratch every day. Combining the retail side of cupcake inspired “tees” with the sweet side of things, this mom and pop shop is definitely worth a taste. They can create custom flavors for just about anything, or you can choose from their current list. Think Strawberry Milkshake, Chocolate Bacon, S’mores, or Meyer Lemon Meringue. They can create everything you need to do a fabulous and yummy dessert bar. Even wedding cakes. ENJOY!
March 20th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
For a long time it seemed as if every wedding that we saw was based around the theme of “Rustic Chic” – complete with lace, burlap and mason jars. This trend has given way to a new trend that we saw evolving last year and continuing into 2013 – Industrial Chic. Like all trends, Industrial Chic isn’t necessarily a completely new concept, but rather has received a lot of attention as of lately and brides are loving the simplistic and relaxed design.
Although a cousin of the Rustic Chic look, Industrial Chic has a bit more sophistication and mixture of elements to create a truly unique event space. The look is created by pulling in a mixture of different textiles and elements together to create an interesting juxtaposition of masculine and feminine details. Imagine soft romantic flowers mixed with wood farm tables and metal chairs.
To design your own industrial chic wedding consider some of the following elements:
Raw and Unique Lighting
Mixing metal and wood elements
Typography and Graphic designed chalkboards
Long Tables, Crisp Linens, Simple florals and light colors
WHAT DO YOU THINK? Is this trend here to stay for 2013?
March 19th, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
With so much amazing inspiration on Pinterest, and our daily average of 50 pins a day, we thought we would start sharing some of our fave PINS of the week! Be inspired! For continued inspiration, follow us at the6chicks. We will be pinning all of our own fabulous Table 6 Productions wedding designs in the next few weeks so you can few hundreds of our own photos from across the country. Enjoy!
March 11th, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
Wedding Industry Experts has become a recognized name in the industry for anyone considering entering into the Event Planning field. Their questions are very helpful when people consider this as a career and we are so thrilled to be able to contribute to the panel for 2013.
Check out this week’s question:
What advice would you give someone thinking about becoming a wedding planner or event designer?
Wedding Industry Experts Website
March 6th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
I am SO excited about today’s amazing style find, not just because it’s super stylish, but because it supports a great cause as well. In full disclosure, I found out about this while watching The View, my go-to source for the news.
Introducing Tie the Knot bow ties, founded by Jesse Tyler Ferguson of Modern Family and his fiancé Justin Mikita in an effort to help advocate for the civil rights of lesbian and gay Americans. Each season the proceeds from the sale of bow ties will go to a different organization supporting LGBT rights. The beneficiary of the Spring 2013 Collection is the The Respect for Marriage Coalition and the collection features an exclusive tie designed by Isaac Mizrahi.
According to their website….
“Tie The Knot was founded to combine all of our favorite things: humor, style, individuality, fashion, art, and equality. Founded by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita, the goal of Tie the Knot is clear: to advocate for the civil rights of gay and lesbian Americans throughout the United States and to look damn good while doing it.
It’s simple: We will release a collection of neckwear seasonally, inspired by our favorite art, fashion, things we see on the street, and things in our living room. Each bow tie will be produced in limited quantity to inspire and promote uniqueness & individuality. All proceeds from the sale of the bow ties will go to various organizations that are in the trenches fighting for the civil rights of gay and lesbian Americans every single day.
So come on, suit up, and Tie The Knot—so that someday, we can too.”
Each tie costs $25 and is available at The Tie Bar. Below is just a small selection of the various styles.
March 5th, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
We were so honored to be featured in the new Aisle Style magazine (see yesterday’s post) as a TasteMaker. Learn more about Heather Allen, Co-Founder of Table 6 Productions, in this issue. And tomorrow, stay tuned for Lauryn’s Style Find.
March 4th, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
When Betsy Martin, Editor in Chief of Reign Magazine, asked us to do a Vignette at the launch of her new wedding focused magazine, Aisle Style, our response was, “Absolutely!” Not only is she a talented writer, designer, and magazine publisher, but she is also a past bride of ours with discerning taste. And, because we are so grateful for the amazing publicity she has given us in her beautiful magazine, Reign and now Aisle Style, we were more than willing to design a gorgeous vignette for her event. Aisle Style is everything gorgeous and everything weddings! We are so proud to be a part of her new publication.
Check out all of the fabulous photos! ENJOY!
Event photos courtesy the fabulous Studio JK, Frances Photography and Julia Timmer Photography.
February 27th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
Utterly fashionable and luxe fashion website Net-A-Porter has just launched an exclusive bridal collection in collaboration with eight designers. Partnering with Nina Ricci, Jay Ahr, Antonio Berardi, Lover, Rochas, Giambattista Valli (who most recently designed Jessica Biel’s wedding dress), Issa, and Chalayan to create a limited selection of elite designs. This is in addition to Net-A-Poter’s already popular Wedding Shop.
Currently there are 6 dresses available, with Giambattista Valli and Jay Ahr’s designs coming sometime in March. With a wide range of prices from $2,500-$11,500 as well as styles ranging from demure and conservative to sleek and chic I think this collection will be a huge success.
Antonio Berardi, $11,405
Giambattista Valli, $7,066
Nina Ricci, $5,790
Jay Ahr, $8,480
The only downside is losing the wedding gown shopping experience, which some brides loath anyways. How do you feel about buying a wedding gown online?
Which dress is your favorite?
February 21st, 2013 / No Comments » / by table6
We are so thrilled to have secured our first NATIONAL MAGAZINE feature in the fabulous Destination I do Magazine. The wedding was simply gorgeous and took place at one of our favorite new venues, Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, WY! Check out this beautiful feature of Alexi and Beno’s wedding shot by the fabulous Otto Schulze Photographers.
February 20th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
Having a robe or outfit for you and your bridesmaids to get ready in serves as more than just a practical element, it is all part of the wedding day story that is being told through photographs. When looking at getting ready photo’s of bridal parties side by side there is something so clean and happy about a bridal party that is in coordinating outfits versus one that is just wearing their own regular sweats or pajamas.
Getting your bridal party a little outfit to get ready in is just one more way to spoil them as well as to thank them for the effort, and likely money, that they have put into making your wedding day special.
There are many fun options out there when it comes to what to get ready in, for the romantic/whimsical bride there are patterned silk robes, for the modern beach bride maybe a custom spa wrap and now there is the monogram button down which is perfect for the southern bride.
I’ve compiled some of my favorite sources to get your bridal party looking good, even while they are getting ready!
Plum Pretty Sugar
Plum Pretty Sugar is by far one of my favorite sources for wraps, robes and outfits for the bridal party to get ready in. These feminine and pretty robes are something that your bridesmaids will wear over and over again. Buy them all the same pattern, or mix it up and get them each a different one.
In addition to Plum Pretty Sugar, there are some other pretty patterned robe options out there ranging from patterned all over to more subdued with just a pattern trim. Etsy is a great source for finding patterned robes like these from seller Silk and More.
Combining comfort with prettiness, Doie Lounge has a beautiful selection of colors and patterns to match any brides style.
For those wanting something different than the standard robe I love the new trend of monogrammed men’s button downs! Look casual and effortless while getting ready with you girls. Available for purchase from a variety of Etsy Sellers, or just purchase on your own and take to a local embroidering place. Think outside the white box, I would love to see a pinstripe shirt with contrasting colored monogram.
If you are a little more modest this set comes with cute little shorts to wear under your shirt.
For the modern bride the terry or velour sweatsuit is still a popular option. My favorite website for this, Just Jen, is full of combinations for colors, fonts and styles. There is also a variety of choices for tanks and tee’s to wear under your hoodie. Word of warning, as noted on the site, these run small – so be sure to size up!
Anything we forgot? What have you seen worn for getting ready or do you have any great sources to share?
February 18th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
Last week DC chick, Lauryn, had the honor of attending one of the most anticipated events of the year for DC event planners – the Love Brunch at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington DC. This year was the fourth year for the Love Brunch, hosted each year on Valentines day for some of DC’s top event planners, and it was our third year attending.
A few weeks before the event we received the most beautifully addressed invitation in the mail, calligraphed by Pen and Paper and designed by Bella Figura, instructing attendees to be sure to wear pink!
The morning of the Love Brunch we were greeted at The Hay-Adams by a beautiful and vibrant pink champagne cocktail and a beautifully soft and romantic table scape of blush tones. One of our favorite details was the elegant yet simple treatment of cherry blossoms and roses hanging from the Hay-Adams crisp trellis ceiling. We also loved the romantic and feminine chair backs from Wildflower Linen.
Delicate centerpieces of roses, hydrangea and sweet pea created a runner down the 30 foot length of the tables, designed by The Ociana Group.
A lovely menu consisted of Maine lobster, California artichokes and Sterling Caviar for first course, and petite filet and sunny side up quail egg, with potatoes Anna, for entree. Dessert , by the awesome Pastry Chef Josh Short, was a gorgeous Chocolate Hazelnut Souffle. How much do you love those sweet butterfly place cards?
As a favor, we each took home a beautiful cupcake adorned with a flower from Kendall’s Cakes. Throughout brunch we were treated to music by the ever wonderful Elan Artists.
We can’t wait for next year!
(Personal Photo) DC chick Lauryn Prattes (right) with fellow planner and friend, Jeanette Tavares.
Photo’s by Three Lights Photography via Engaged! Magazine.
February 15th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
We our thrilled to be recognized by Borrowed & Blue as one of the best wedding planners in the South Florida market! This is such an honor because only three area planners were selected.
Borrowed & Blue’s blog is Miami’s top resource for destination brides (we know for a fact the local brides swoon over their posts too). Not only do they report on the hottest wedding trends, but they showcase amazing weddings
Click here to read the super sweet article about us!
February 13th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
Last week we gave you plenty of inspiration to design the perfect Valentine’s day brunch, now we are back with the perfect menu for your sweet soiree.
Tangelo-Cardamom Vodka Cocktail
French Toast Soufflé
Beet Ravioli with Goat Cheese and Hazelnuts
Red Velvet Whoopie Pies
Pink Chocolate Popcorn
February 12th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
DC 6 Chick, Lauryn Prattes, recently styled a photo shoot for the fabulous Engaged! Magazine in Washington DC which is on newsstands now. Inspired by the drama and refinement of hit British TV Show Downton Abbey, the shoot took place at a gorgeous manor house just outside of DC, Oxon Hill Manor.
Check out the gorgeous spread below and if you are in the metro-DC area be sure to pick up a copy of the newest issue of Engaged! for even more sumptuous inspiration.
Thank you to the amazing and creative vendors that helped this shoot come together!
Publisher: Doreen Tisone
Photography: Laura Louis, Three Lights Photography
Fashion and Decor Styling: Lauryn Prattes, Table 6 Productions
Flowers: Jill Medawar, Toulies en Fleur
Rentals: DC Rental
Letterpress: Lettered Olive
Vintage Couch: Rusty Love Vintage Rentals
Vintage upholstered chairs: Rosanna Funiciello Smith/Bella Villa
Makeup: Carl Ray Makeup Artist
Hair: Remona Solomani, Hair by Remona
Antique Bentley: Regal Limousine
February 7th, 2013 / No Comments » / by Table6
Erin and Chal met at Florida State University when his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, was paired with her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, for homecoming. They started dating and quickly bonded over their love of Seminole football! Fast forward to Labor Day weekend in 2011 and after a day of boating at Anna Maria Island, Chal proposed to Erin!! Although, the bride and groom now live in Texas, the bride’s family lives in Florida. They just fell in love with the beautiful Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort and Golf Club, so they chose to have their ceremony in the Tea Garden and their reception in the Sunset Ballroom.
The bride wore a gorgeous dress from Bliss in Fort Worth and the brooch for her hair has an amazing story! The bride’s parents went on a trip to Paris a couple of weeks after her trial hair session and found her gorgeous brooch! How fabulous is that?!
The bride wanted a classic, elegant theme for her wedding and the fabulous Kerri McConnell Photography captured it all! Redman Steele set the tone with a gorgeous fountain piece consisting of larkspur, lilies, hydrangeas, roses, and Queen Ann‘s lace. As the bride made her way down the aisle she carried a luscious bouquet of hydrangea, mini calla lilies and Mount Everest roses. Just as spectacular were the bridesmaids’ bouquets of Picasso calla lilies, lisanthus, roses and mini hydrangeas. The reception was adorned with gorgeous silver candelabra centerpieces of lilies, roses, hydrangeas with variegated dendrobium orchids and oodles of candles. We topped it off with romantic uplighting provided by The Production Crew.
Of course the groom’s surfboard cake had meaning! The groom’s father was in the Air Force, meaning the family moved around quite a bit. Chal learned how to surf in high school when he moved to Delaware and then devoted even more time when he moved to Hawaii his senior year. All of the decals on the board represent Chal and things that he loves. He worked at the Dogfish Head Brewery Restaurant in Delaware, their beloved Chief Osceola had to be on there, and the other decals are Hawaiian surf brands and one of his favorite bands, Grateful Dead.
We just adored this couple and wish them nothing but the best!!
Venue: Renaissance Vinoy
Photographer: Kerri McConnell
Videographer: Lucky Lemon Films
Florist: Redman Steele Floral Design
Lighting: The Production Crew
Rentals: PKS Rentals
Hair/Makeup: Mint Hair Lounge / Hendrickje with MAC Cosmetics
Printed Items: Sarah Anne Watson Design
Music: Breezin’ Entertainment
Officiant: Rev. Michael DeArruda
Photo Booth: Shutterbooth
Transportation: Jolley Trolley