Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Kelli and Sean

Some brides are lucky enough to have a second shooter. Actually there seemed to be photographers everywhere at this wedding. Here in this post we are featuring images from Logan of Zuma Photo who was gracious enough to share her stellar pics with us courtesy of Culinary Crafts catering. The clicking doesn't stop there. Sean and Kelli also had a budding new photographer all the way from Australia, Ari Muir (my lovely niece) who took these first two images... thank you Ari! So hope you enjoy this photographic tour of one of our favourite weddings to date... and thank you everyone for sharing your amazing craft with us!!!

Watch out for these baby blues!


Pointing the way to Rose Sachs Gardens... a great little venue tucked away in the cliffs of Parley's Canyon

Kelli put her artistic talents to work on this welcoming chalkboard,
inspired by a Style Me Pretty post

Guests were invited to leave their wishes on this Manzanita Sign-in tree that we anchored into a large hollowed out Birch bark tube which became a wonderful container for the florals

These rock candy sticks went perfectly with the rock crystal votives on the tables and the awesome rock crystal firepit

A tender moment between father and daughter right before giving her away... beautifully captured by Ari

Free floating orchids hung as a simple backdrop from the trees

Pretty Cafe au Lait Dahlias

We featured succulents in birch bark tubes from Rob at Birch World Creations on Etsy

One of our lounge areas

Cafe tables from Marcie Taylor Events helped to create a more intimate setting.
They also mixed well with the vineyard tables from Diamond Rentals

Indoor tables

A gentle breeze kept the lace pennants and fabric streamers in motion

In lieu of one wedding cake, Kelli chose to go with a selection of cakes all on pretty cake stands

Delicious Gelato cones were a welcome sight on this hot August evening between events

Fabulous food by the highly recommended award winning Culinary Crafts

Please note the very cool disposable wooden plates on the left. No two plates alike!

This dessert crepe action station was a hit with guests especially as the night began to chill off.

Ed (Father of the Bride seen sitting with the grey suit) really went the extra mile in putting together this fantastic fire pit. The top was covered with beautiful white rock crystal in the middle of a granite surround. Fitted with a propane tank this enabled blue flame to flicker up through the white rock yet nothing was consumed. Truly a beautiful sight in the evening light.

Mason jars illuminated the pathways up the moutainside where guests could enjoy the terraced waterfalls coming down through the rock cliffs

Guests danced the night away to a live band under a canopy of lights and tissue pom poms.


Calie Rose said...

I am in love with this wedding! Absolute perfection in every detail. The combination of flowers is simply amazing. Nice work.

Elsa May said...

I just came across this via Style Me Pretty - what a gorgeous wedding - your flowers are stunning!


Wow, there are a ton of amazing aspects to this wedding, you guys really paid attention to detail! Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Wow!! I love this and so excited for you....what an honor! Congrats!

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