Wednesday, March 16, 2011

UNIQUE Wedding: Threasa & Justin

Threasa & Justin are a fun-loving couple that wanted a Fall themed wedding. Threasa is a fan of gerber daisies so they were present all over the wedding, and they added such a lively feel! In honor of Justin's love for the University of Tennessee, Threasa chose to wear garter that proudly represented his favorite team! The girls wore mocha and pumpkin dresses and carried multi-colored bouquets. The feel of the wedding was warm and homey, yet elegant. Threasa & Justin's ceremony took place in Hollis Gardens, overlooking Lake Mirror. Upon entering the Magnolia Building, the guests were greeted by a table of escort cards and wine cork holders. Threasa & Justin are real wine lovers! The bride and groom opted to have a crystal wish tree. The guests wrote their well wishes on cards and hung them on the tree. The guest tables featured warm tones, mahogany chavari chairs, and rustic arrangements. Each guest was treated to a leaf wine bottle cork. The groom cut the table numbers from wood. They were spectacular! The sweetheart table was positioned in front of the fireplace. There was a "D" made of sticks mounted on the wall, for the couple's last name. We added touches of Fall through the Magnolia Building - candles, berries, branches, etc. The cake was on the stage and sat atop a bed of branches. We filled in the void space with bunches of branches with hanging votives. For the first dance, the bride & groom began a typical slow dance then went into an "Evolution of Dance!" They REALLY got into it! This was probably the best performance we've ever seen. The photos say enough! What a wonderful wedding!

Threasa & Justin, we will you all the best for a long and happy life together!

Wedding Coordination: UNIQUE Event Design...of course!
Bartending: Spunky Spirits
Cake: El Panque y La Rosca Bakery
Hotel Accommodations: Hyatt Place Lakeland
Officiant: Eileen Holzschuh
Transportation: Eddie Godfrey Limo
Tuxedo Rental: Nathan's Mens Store

Images courtesy of Tina Bass Photography.

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