I stepped into the wedding planning process with Courtney and Robby way late into the game, but it was love at first sight when I met Courtney! They chose Red Rock Country Club and a great team of wedding professionals to assist in executing their big day! With Robby and Courtney both being in the nightclub industry, we knew this would be a party!
I have to be honest, when I first saw the color that Pantone had announced for their 2017 color of the year I had a "WTF" moment.
You might remember Karen and Joseph from a past blog post sharing their insight on how they successfully made it to 25 years of marriage. For a refresher, Karen and Joseph were married 25 years ago in their military uniforms in a very casual setting.
Brides (and grooms) spend so much time planning out the details of their wedding reception from the guest table linens to the centerpieces to the place cards. However, one element I noticed couples overlooking are bars, DJ booths, and buffet/station tables. While it may blend in if you don't do anything to them and just use the venue's house linens, it DOES make a statement when you put a little effort into dressing up these important areas. Even by coordinating some specialty linens for your buffet tables or action stations to match the rest of the room can transform your entire event. But there are so many other ways you can incorporate different components into your overall design utilizing floral, lighting, ice, or whatever your heart desires! Your wedding planner can help you design a look for all of these specialty tables that will definitely be the talk of the evening!
DJ booth custom designed by Preston Bailey. Photo: Preston's Blog