Brea and Patrick were working with a “do-it-all” caterer. They were not feeling the caterer’s in-house design team. Brea was having serious doubts that the vision in her mind would come together with the caterer’s designer, so they came to me. I could not have been happier. This couple was so great together. They had such a nice vibe with each other. I love that kind of energy. By the time Brea left my office, she was relieved, and once again, VERY EXCITED about her wedding.
We had another meeting a few weeks later to pull it together. This couple was doing a lot of traveling and wanted a head start on firming up the details. A month or so before the wedding, I got a call from Brea wanting to know if I could do linens for her. I said, “Sure!” She loved the pewter crushed satin I had shown her a few months prior. The soft tones of faded summer colors blended beautifully with the linens, mercury glass vases, and tall pewter stands. We added lots of candles which also helped create the warm glow that Brea and Patrick wanted for the wedding. This is a perfect example of how you can have a warm fall wedding without the standard yellow, red, and orange.
The design came together beautifully and I could not have been happier with the end result. The ceremony was at St. Mary’s in Ballston Spa and the reception was at the beautiful Canfield Casino.
Another favorite photographer of mine, Matt Ramos, was achieving! I love this guy! Matt gives “Good Photo” without an attitude that makes you feel like you have to bow down before him … . Thanks for all the great pics Matt! I really appreciate you capturing my work and the additional images of one of my favorite 2011 Couples. I love those socks!
Thank you Brea and Patrick! Matt Ramos and his back up team, the staffs of the Casino and St. Mary’s, and to my team, especially Manny, who had to go back to the Casino at midnight to collect our linens and containers so they would not be missing the next day.