{Real Wedding Decorations} Leaverton Wedding

Tiffany and Todd’s wedding on Friday, September 16, 2011 was beautiful, intimate, and revved up with a spectacular ceremonial entrance. The ceremony was held in the courtyard where 39 of Tiffany and Todd’s closest relatives and friends watched as the pair exchanged vows. It was absolutely perfect! The groom walked out of the main doors once all the guests were seated and listened for Tiffany’s arrival. The bride entered the ceremony in her father’s white Trans Am and was escorted down the aisle to her waiting groom.

 

 

While Tiffany and Todd took photos after the ceremony guests were ushered inside to enjoy tray passed crab cakes and spanakopita. Black, ivory, and deep purple were the colors for the reception. Centerpieces included a tall vase with vanilla scented candles and purple flowers that circled the vase. Dinner included crab seafood salad, Caesar salad, Filet Mignon, Salmon, twice baked potatoes, green bean almondine, and fresh sourdough rolls.

 

 

In lieu of a guest book Tiffany and Todd asked guests to sign a picture frame that would later hold their wedding photo.

 

 

The cake was ornately decorated and had the bride and groom’s initials as the cake topper. The cake table also included a digital photo frame with photos of Tiffany and Todd throughout their relationship.

One very creative guest created a bride and groom out of balloons. Every detail was complete. The bride had eyelashes and the groom was decked out in a top hat and a corsage!

Tiffany and Todd’s wedding united all the guests for one common bond, to honor the wonderful couple. The most important people where their to share in Todd and Tiffany’s new journey. We couldn’t help but get swept up in the beauty and love that surrounded them.

Be Marry,

C&C

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