We’re back with more from this “made for each other” couple. You can see it in the photos, but honestly, the amount of laughing taking place during this wedding was incredible. Everyone was so happy, relaxed and just excited for the day!
Crystal Blue :: What was your favorite design element?
Rachel and Boris :: Where do we begin… The invitation set the tone for the wedding. The invites were square with the trio of colors and one single Palm Tree. This easily segued into the design elements. For the ceremony, I walked down an espresso, wooden runway that just popped off the white sand of the beach. The guests sat on espresso benches with white rectangular cushions. The square bamboo canopy that we exchanged our vows under was draped in white fabric with the aqua blue ocean as a back drop. HOW BEAUTIFUL IS THAT?!
Then… The reception. Our guests sat at a table family style with aqua linen and multiple espresso runners that ran width wise. Each setting was layered with the trio of colors. The base linen was aqua, then an espresso pintuck napkin, with white square chargers. The centerpieces were a line of white orchids in glass vases with actual espresso beans in the bottom of the vase. We danced the night away under a clear top tent that faced the ocean with a never ending line of tiki torches that separated us from the water… The finish couldn’t have matched my inspiration an better and my favorite elements were sprinkled everywhere throughout the night. There was never just one…
Thank you, Rachel and Boris for sharing your day with us!!!
Providers who made this day happen ::
Accommodation, wedding venue, food and beverage :: The Reef
Coordination and design :: Octopus Events
Event rentals :: Massive Equipment
Floral :: Every Bloomin’ Thing
Lighting :: Intec Research
Music :: Joyce Fell, Violinist (Ceremony)
One World, DJ (reception)
Photography :: Aaron Rebarchek Photography
Stationery :: Octopus Events, Menus and Place cards
Paper Cut Industries, Invitations, Programs, CD covers, Bookmarks and more!