Hi lovers! Today's Wedding Wednesday features a current GreenerMe design + some new components. Can't wait to show you!! Bethann heard about me through her brother and sister-in-law, Brett and Melissa. I had the opportunity create a beautiful wedding set and programs for Brett and Melissa and was soooo super excited that Melissa spread the word about my business to her family! Bethann and her hubby Daniel's wedding plans involved a small formal ceremony followed by a dinner for her closest friends and family. The following day a large dinner and reception was held, a fiesta all of her friends and family could attend! I had honor of creating invitations for both events, as well as table cards and escort cards for the formal ceremony.
Bethann liked the class and sophistication of the Patterned Rhinestone Delight set. This seems to be a big hit amongst the brides and I love changing up the colors for each bride! It truly looks like a whole different set once the colors are customized :)
Here is the rhinestone detail of the set.
For the dinner reception, we used the Patterned Rhinestone Delight set as inspiration and created dazzling tent-style table cards and escort cards!
I knew these had to pop, so I found large rhinestones to be the focal point of the table card that is sure to attract the guests eye! The table card is tent-style and has the table number on both sides of the card.
I just love the detail and how the table cards turned out!
My favorite part about the ceremony/dinner reception set was the escort cards! Each guest was given a 6 ounce bottle of wine as a favor. To both present the favor in an appealing manner and also outline the seating arrangement, the bride requested that the escort cards attach to the bottle of wine.
They turned out perfectly!
Little rhinestones for a little "pop" ;)
Bethann wanted something a bit more casual for the dinner party so I was inspired by my lovely bunting invitations to create an invitation that I thought fit the event's style and theme. The party was held at her parent's home and she was thinking big tents and buffet-style catering. I knew this invitation had to convey a fun and comfortable party that let guests know a good time was in store.
I used peacock teal as the focal color and created flags that spelled out "celebrate". I hand strung these onto a silvery floss and secured each bunting set to the card. The card was then mounted onto the teal cardstock and paired with a white envelope. To give a little extra touch, we coordinated the bride and groom's names with with the teal color. I can only imagine the great time that was had at this big event!
Don't you just love how the set turned out? I sure do!!
It was a tremendous pleasure to work with the Castone family! Great people and to be able to be apart of not only one big day, but two? I am truly one lucky girl!! Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Burke! I wish you many happy years to come!