{Real Wedding} Fosher Wedding

This wonderful couple wed at a family friends estate on May 17, 2014.

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It was a gorgeous wedding all around, from the perfect shade of pink pastel dresses on the bridesmaids and flower girls, to the great shade of gray on all the gentlemen and of course the beautiful bride who was beaming from ear to ear and looked spectacular the entire day.

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The ceremony took place in the entryway of this amazing estate so the bridal party could use the amazing grand staircase. It was truly a grand entrance into the ceremony and great place to take photos.

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The cocktail hour took place on the multilevel back patios. A perfect place to mix and mingle while the bride and groom took  some photos.

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The reception followed on the lower portion of the property where they called in All Occasion Rentals who set up an enchanting white tent, tables, chairs, candles, centerpieces, the dance floor and draping and finished it all off with just enough lighting to keep it romantic and a chandelier to keep it elegant.

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The whole day was captured by a fabulous photographer Jodi B. and a special thanks for sharing all the photos!

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We know it’s a little over due but a great big congratulations Mr & Mrs Fosher!

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Be Married, 

Creative Coordinators 

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{Happy Anniversary} Thrasher’s

Love, happiness, friends, and family only added to Chelsey and Greg’s beautiful wedding on September 2, 2011. The couple had their ceremony in our courtyard location at a Country Club surrounded by their family and friends.

 

The reception was decorated in white linen and accented with red roses and napkins.  The favors boxes were adorable! Placed at each setting were detailed boxes dressed as a bride and a groom that had a sweet, chocolate treat inside. Small, freshly bloomed, red roses were placed in the center of each table with  a black and white swirl ribbon wrapped around the vases. Strewn around the centerpieces were red and white crystals that added to the perfectly paired table.

 

 

The Adorable Favor Boxes!

Instead of a guest book Chelsey and Greg had guests leave their best wishes on a photo mat.

 

The stunning three-tiered cake was provided by Olivera’s and featured chocolate, strawberry, and raspberry mouse. Instead of a cake stand the baker utilize five water goblets that were slightly filled with water and a few rose petals. It brought height as well as a touch of splendor to the cake. Olivera’s did an amazing job incorporating the flower and ribbon details of the centerpieces into the cake.

 

 

Happy Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Thrasher!

 

 

Creative Coordinators 

{Happy Anniversary} Dreher’s

Happy Anniversary Jennifer and Christopher Dreher!

They were married on May 13, 2011. Their ceremony highlight, besides the stunning bride would have to be the altar site with a beautiful arch draped in tulle and adorned with Hydrangea . Their color scheme welcomed spring with pastel hues of lavender and green. They used fully bloomed Hydrangeas in the center of each table as well as 2 framed childhood photos of the bride and groom. They embraced the groom’s family tradition and used his grandmothers cake cutting set that has been used by previous generations on their special day.

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The beautiful Hydrangeas

Family cake cutting set

Happy Anniversary,

Creative Coordinators

{Friday Find} Skimping on The Rest

PRIORITIES, PRIORITIES

RANK YOUR PRIORITIES

First and foremost, decide what facets of your wedding are most important to you.  Focus on areas that make your heart go pitter-patter, and you’ll feel OK about skimping on the rest.

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As for what guests tend to remember, according to a survey conducted by St. Louis Bride and Groom magazine, 81 percent of guests say the entertainment is the most memorable part of a wedding.

 This is great advice from Martha Stewart Weddings and we couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

Use the link below to  see more great tips and advice about ranking your wedding priorities

http://www.marthastewartweddings.com

Be Marry, 

Creative Coordinators

2013 in Review

WordPress.com prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,500 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Attractions in 2013

These are the posts that got the most views in 2013. .

Some of your most popular posts were written before 2013. Your writing has staying power!

How did they find you?

The top referring sites in 2013 were:

  1. facebook.com
  2. pinterest.com
  3. creativecoordinators.com

Some visitors came searching, mostly for table decorations for anniversary parties, homemade 50th anniversary centerpiece ideas, and decorations

Where did they come from?

112 countries in all!

Most visitors came from The United States. Canada & Australia were not far behind.

From Everyone here at CCwedblog and Creative Coordinators we would like to thank you for making 2013 so amazing about we look forward to sharing so much more with you in 2014! 
Be Marry, 
Creative  Coordinators 

{Friday Find} Warm & Cozy Wedding Ideas

Warm and Cozy Wedding Ideas From Martha Stewart Weddings 

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Cozy knitted ring pillows lend warmth to a winter wedding.

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Hot Cocoa

Collect just the right ingredients for to warm guests. Start with a large container of hot cocoa and a bag of mini marshmallows, measuring them out into individual serving sizes and placing them in small cellophane bags. You can also include two mugs, each filled with a pair of new, cozy socks.

A Winter White Wonderland Wedding 

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Abby spent many family vacations in Beaver Creek, Colorado, and always knew that she would get married there some day. But even though she and her future husband, Cliff, had dated since high school in Mobile, Alabama, she didn’t initially peg him as the groom. Four years of long distance on-again, off-again later, they got serious. She moved back to Cliff in Mobile, and a year and a half later, he proposed.

Abby wasn’t fazed by the prospect of long-distance wedding planning, and with the help of a planner, the couple pulled off a glamorous ski-lodge wedding, with bursts of metallic gold to play off Colorado’s snowy landscape.

Check out even more warm and cozy Winter Wedding Ideas at Martha Stewart Weddings.com

Be Merry, 

C & C

{Tuesday Tip} In a Timely Manor

With 2013 coming to an end we wanted to remind you that planning ahead and giving yourself plenty of time will make the planning process so much more enjoyable.

We recommend that you finalize all your wedding details 10 days prior to your wedding.

Finalizing your timeline and wedding details in a timely manner allows to relax with family and friends during the remaining days leading up to your walk down the aisle.

 

 

 

Be Marry,

C&C