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Kate and Michael’s Rehearsal Dinner

Cassidy and Trevor

Cassique on Kiawah Island

June 2, 2012

If  you love color, geometric patterns, and a bit of a modern flair in design you will love Cassidy and Trevors Wedding.

We were thrilled to be the wedding planners for their special weekend. They kicked off the weekend with a welcome dinner at The Sandcastle on Kiawah Island.

The Wedding Ceremony took place on the lawn of the Cassique Clubhouse with a beautiful view of the course and the lagoon. We had a picture perfect day- blue skies, and comfortable temperatures. The ceremony took place in front of an arbor built by the bride’s father. Our floral designer – Judy Johnston finished it off with beautiful colorful blossoms and Charleston Greenery.

 

Guests and bridal party enjoyed cocktails and hors d’eouvres in the beautiful Garden leading to the reception tent.

 The Reception Tent was fashioned with grey linens and turqoise accents including the chevron patterned turquoise fabric as throw pillows, pendant shade covers, and runners. A custom monogram created by Studio R Designs was used to create a custom gobo that spot-lit above the band all evening.

The cake was designed by Elaine Mincey-the inspiration for the design was taken from the Bride’s wedding invitation which contained several geometric patterns.

Thank you to Cassidy and Trevor for including us in their fabulous wedding weekend!

Lindsey and Andrew’s Welcome Party

Photos by: Collette Mruk

Louisa, Mother of the Bride

I truly cannot thank you enough for all of your hard work in making Lanier and Kyle’s wedding the outstanding success it was. It was so gratifying to see every detail come together so perfectly at the end. The few minor glitches went unnoticed by all thanks to your expertise. I can truly say that if I had tried to do this on my own, they would have had to put me away. I did not appreciate at the onset how many details have to be addressed in planning a wedding. As I told you, the one word we keep hearing to describe the event is “perfection” …all due to you!