The wedding was full of beauty and grace reflective of the venue. The vibe we were aiming for was New York elegance, a very glamorous city feel.
We draped walls of the Grand Del Mar ballroom with a gorgeous organza. 1,000 candles were lit everywhere, or at least appears that way with the way the room sparkled. We were able to make the ballroom feel intimate through the use of various table shapes, sizes and materials. Alternating chairs were also used at each table including Ghost Chairs.
For the head table we decided to do something a little different. We used an elevated table with high back Regency bar stools. Located next to the dance floor, this elevated table created some extra drama to the design. The head table was mirrored while three translucent shades wrapped around chandeliers hung over the guests. The table was adorned with low floral story created by Kathy Wright.
Their Dance floor was high gloss white and black combo that reflected the light of the room beautifully. Vignettes surrounded the dance floor so guests could watch the bride and groom’s first dance. The monogrammed vinyl graphic projected the couple’s initials onto the dance floor.
There was a four-sided bar until after dinner, where it converted into a 3 sided dessert bar. A sweet palette of mini whoopee pies, macaroons, lemon bars, candy apples were served with a coffee station. The full four-sided bar was 13×16 draped with a platinum rosette linen. The top of the bar was trimmed with crystal cut metal and topped with a mirror.
Makeup Flirt Makeup | Hair Stylist Henna’s Hair Studio |Lighting and Decor Kathy Wright & Co. | Florist Kathy Wright & Co. | Coordinator Linda Howard Events | Videographer Taylor Films | Venue The Grand Del Mar | Photographer True Photography