Our DIY escort cards looked so pretty when arranged in front of the golf club’s indoor fountain, flanked on each side by bunches of grapes.
At each dinner table, our postcard table names and wine-bottle holders were a huge hit with guests. Plus, they matched up perfectly with the romantic centerpieces and floral votives created by Lei-Ann at Happy Flowers.
The staff at Los Robles Greens, along with Cari from All Occasions Event Planning, tied everything together to create just the simple yet classy vibe we’d imagined.
Our white chocolate favors, photo-share cards, and puzzles greeted guests as they took their seats.
The cake table, decorated with fresh rose petals, our custom knife, server and flutes, as well as pearl-studded “I Do” letters from Creative Custom Cardboxes, looked absolutely gorgeous. In the first photo above, photographer Alex even captured a creative shot of our invitation balanced between the two glasses.
Though we didn’t spend much time actually sitting there, I loved our sweetheart table, which was decorated with petals and our lovely bouquets.
The dance floor, featuring our custom decal, was packed throughout the night.
LESSON LEARNED: If you can, take a moment to walk throughout your dinner venue as a couple, while your guests are still enjoying the cocktail hour, so that you have a chance to fully see the room decorated and your vision brought to life. Once dinner starts, everything will likely be so fast-paced and crazy that you won’t have another chance to take it all in before things start getting moved around, used up, and so on.
(Photo Credits: Personal Library & Alex Neumann Photography)