"Planning Perfection One Event at a Time"

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

How To: Tuesday Tip

Today's Tuesday Tip is How To Pin a Boutonniere. 
Here are a collection of past boutonnieres that we love! 
Enjoy and happy planning! 










Friday, June 15, 2018

Floral Feature Friday

Happy Friday Friends! Today, we want to feature Elegant Bee Floral Designs
They are creative with their floral designs and will create beautiful focal pieces for your special day. Here are some highlights of the gorgeous floral designs from Rebecca+David's NYE wedding. Enjoy! We hope this brings inspiration to you! 

Photos by AJH Photography









Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Wedding Jewelry

Today we want to feature a local, San Antonio, jewelry designer and creator. Sandy Hartman creates custom jewelry for any occasion. She needs at least one month notice to create your one-of-a-kind piece. Designs vary from simple and elegant beaded to intricate wire worked with crystals or stone of your choosing. It is a super fun and easy process! Just share your design wishes, photo of dress and Mystic Angel Creations will produce a stunning piece for you!


Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Happy Anniversary to Brigid+Harrison

Cheers to 3 years! We were honored to coordinate Brigid and Harrison's wedding at The Witte Museum on Saturday, May 30, 2015. The ceremony took place in the Texas Heritage Center, which set a beautiful scene with large glass windows. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails and hors-d'oeuvres in the Memorial Auditorium followed by the reception. Throughout the evening, guests were welcome to wonder the magical property and explore in the H-E-B Treehouse. Instead of a traditional first dance between bride and groom, Brigid and Harrison performed a "first song" with ukuleles, while their bridal party stood behind them accenting the song with other instruments. It was very cute and unique! During dinner, guests were entertained by Mariachi Azul. The rest of the evening was spent eating sweet treats and dancing the night away. 














Friday, May 25, 2018

Favor Friday

Hello Friday! Today, we want to share some of our favorite favor ideas from past weddings. The tradition of old-fashioned favors is starting to disappear. However, couples tend to have "useful" favors such as custom koozies at the bar. If you have a photobooth, the photo strip can be doubled as a favor. Some couples have dessert or candy buffets, which have little takeaway bags. We love the non-traditional cigar roller, which rolled cigars as a takeaway or for guests to enjoy at the event. Many couples have fun props for dancing, and guests take home whatever prop they are fond of. Take a peek at some of the favors we've seen and loved! We hope this brings inspiration to your event. 














Thursday, May 17, 2018

Kelsi & Derek's Wedding

We had the pleasure of coordinating Kelsi & Derek's hill country wedding on May 5, 2018. Cinco de Mayo! What a beautiful and intimate celebration it was! The wedding festivities took place at the charming Cherokee Rose venue in Comfort, TX. Kelsi & Derek said I DO riverside along side of breathtaking cypress trees. Words cannot describe how gorgeous the scenery is .. the cypress trees frame the ceremony space and create the perfect place for an altar. After they tied the knot, guests enjoyed cocktail hour in the Dolly Barn and on the lawn adjacent under the oak trees. Instead of doing a grand farewell after the dancing, Kelsi and Derek did a grand entrance with colorful, eco friendly confetti! So much fun, I love that they did this! During cake cutting, the couple made a very exciting announcement that they are expecting a baby girl! The evening was filled with delicious food, dancing and laughter. Enjoy highlights of Kelsi and Derek's magical wedding day! Stay tuned for more in June. 

Wedding Pros Included: 
Venue: Cherokee Rose
Photographer: Lo Caruther's Photography
Coordinating: Events by Jennifer Craft
Caterer: Smoke in the Hills
Bar: Bartenders 4 You
Cake: Betty Jane's Bakeshoppe
DJ: DJ Vic
Floral: HEB
Decor: DIY
Shuttle Bus: Tipsy Gypsy