Real Wedding: Shannon and Tim
With the holiday season upon us, we love nothing more than looking back at our past Winter weddings! Reflecting on Shannon and Tim’s New Years’ Eve is the perfect way to get us in the mood for all of the holiday festivities ahead! The festive date set the perfect tone for this celebration. With tons of sparkling candlelight, gold accents, and snow-kissed branches, the look was equally as elegant as it was cozy and warm. A lighting change after dinner, complete with a disco ball over the dance floor, transformed the room for a dance party. Confetti cannons went off at the stroke of midnight to ring in the new year! This happy couple was such a pleasure to work with, reminding us just how much we love doing what we do and how excited we are to continue doing what we love in 2017. Take a look below at this gorgeous couple’s spectacular day!
Warming up by the fire after the first look.
Pretty maids all in a row…
Love the subtle sparkle on the bridesmaids’ Jenny Yoo dresses. Perfect for a holiday wedding!
Let it snow! Mother Nature provided the perfect backdrop for this Winter Wedding!
Shannon donned her grandmother’s jacket to keep her warm.
This was the first time the country club had ever hosted a ceremony in its ballroom. We think we set the bar pretty high!
We brought a little bit of the outdoors in with these snowy branches.
Sealed with a kiss!
We used a mixture of farm tables and rounds for the family-style dinner.
Round tables featured a stunning tall centerpiece accented with snowy branches, tying in the dinner decor with the ceremony style.
Gold-rimmed chargers and a round navy menu card with gold-foil lettering completed this elegant look.
You can never have too much candlelight! We love how the gold mercury glass picks up the reflection of the candles.
The floral arrangements featured creamy ivory roses, dusty miller, and privet berry.
Cheers to the happy couple!
Baby, it’s cold outside! Shannon & Tim added a touch of whimsy with this snowman bride & groom table topper!
I only have eyes for you…
Get on your feet! The newlyweds have arrived!
Toasting to the new year ahead!
What are you doing New Years’ Eve?