A Bride’s Style
When I met Kelly I knew I was going to have my work cut out for me. She had ideas I loved and the more she expressed what she had in mind for the day, the more excited I got. Kelly and her groom had a pretty intense schedule leading up to the wedding, so the time we were able to spend together was limited. As the wedding approached, the details just kept falling into place. Kelly wanted a dream wedding for her and Craig. This bride loves a little bling and her groom preferred things a little more rustic. As I pulled the drapes back for Kelly to walk down the aisle with her dad, the look in her eye told me we nailed it.
Rentals….Custom lighting, drape, tent, dance floor, heaters, rigging, chairs by Clifton Park Rental, Coordinated and designed by David Michael Schmidt
Renaissance Prop house…. Specialty linen, napkins, table numbers, flowers, candles, escort table, bar front, aisle runner, B+G chairs, wood escort table, museum case, glass rod candle holders, glass rod chandelier
Flowers…. Blush and white peony, cabbage rose, arctic hydrangea, freesia, tulip, spray roses, and other blooms.
Environment design and execution… David Michael Schmidt and Staff of Renaissance assisted by Clifton Park Rental for the build out and rigging, and the Staff of the The Hall of Springs.
Stationer...Rebecca Ashby of The Pink Orange Catering… The Mazzone group Day of Coordination (and more)... Katie O’ Weddings and Events Photography… Servidone Studios (Boston) Video… Nuvue Cinema Music… Groove Authority (Boston) Fireworks… Alonzo Fireworks Cake… Coccadotts Hair and Make up…. Make Me Fabulous!
Inspiration... Kelly & Craig