Tuesday, May 5, 2009
I had the opportunity to help out with Robins Awards at Utah State. I was a large event that started, for me, Thursday and ended about 3 a.m. Sunday morning. It was great to see everything come together. Andi came up with the great idea of Clover color linen and the cobalt blue bottles for centerpieces. Anyone who needs a clover linen or cobalt blue bottles for an event, give us a call. As you can see from the photos, it turned out amazing. For the stage area, Andi used her assorted sizes of Chinese lanterns and I had my chandeliers. Very Fun! I hope you enjoy the photos. Thanks to Noel Allen of Smithfield for running up to take some photos for me before the event started.
Posted by Marcie Taylor at 10:08 PM
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Yeah! My first event with my black chairs. It was beautiful! Jessica-the bride- worked for culinary crafts I believe in Utah County. Check out their website it is fun to look at! When she called for information she knew exactly what she was looking for. Just talking with her you could tell right off the bat she knew what she wanted. I was excited to see everything turn out and it was great! She used a taupe pintuck overlay and sashes for the high boy tables. The black chairs were great. Culinary Concepts did the catering and when I went to take photos Michelle from Culinary Concepts was hard at work making sure it was perfect. The display was beautiful! Great thought and details went into this wedding and it showed!
Posted by Marcie Taylor at 9:37 PM
The end result of this wedding was beautiful! I love the aqua linens with the damask accent. We used white resin chairs with a satin black sash. I loved the buffet table. The clover shape looks great and is a refreshing change from your 8' banquet tables. Andi Saxton did the flower arrangements. They always look amazing. She is a florist that you should talk to if you are planning a wedding or event. The luncheon was at the loft at federal Avenue. Unfortunately, I only have one more event there this weekend and then it will be closed for construction. It was about a year ago when I did my first event there. I have really enjoyed being involved over the year and have had so much fun! Thanks to Andi and Justin for a great year!
Posted by Marcie Taylor at 9:15 PM