We’ve been blessed (Part I)

with two weddings in our Kate Aspen family in June.  Both Brooke and Skip got married within 3 weeks of each other, and oh how we all enjoyed the preparations leading up to both beautiful ceremonies.  Brooke’s pictures aren’t in yet but when they are, I’ll share her simply gorgeous hot pink and clover green-themed destination wedding photos from the North Georgia Mountains.  Skip’s photographer, Pam of Paris Mountain Photography here in Atlanta, is on the ball and oh my!  Just look!

Skip’s meticulously planned wedding venue was a local Country Club in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  The guests were seated on the beautiful, rolling greens, decorated with white and hot pink roses – a full path of rose petals carpeted the lawn and the aroma was simply heavenly! Precious little kisses of hot pink and tiffany blue enhanced the scene.

The bridesmaids were resplendent in aqua, with hot pink roses.

600 roses – yep 600 roses – everywhere!  So perfect!

After the ceremony we all retired to the clubhouse for drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and there we found our place card holders!  I love watching our favors at work!  Aren’t these just perfect?

We each picked up our golf ball place card and tealight holder and moved into the dining room to our assigned tables where we found …..

Tah Dah!  Another one of our favors doing it’s job – perfect color-coordination!  I’m so proud!

The dining room was beautifully appointed with tiffany blue wrapped chairs and white linen tableclothes, highlighted with hot pink roses surrounding gigantic hurricane globes with candles.  And the cake – oh the cake!  Please drool with me as you look at the pics …

Four delicious tiers – strawberry cake with strawberry filling, vanilla with lemon filling, and chocolate with cookies and creme filling (and if you’re counting, there were two strawberry layers).

A lovely buffet was followed by toasts and good wishes and dancing late into the evening!  Congratulations to our newlyweds –  Mr. and Mrs. David Warchol – and the very best of wishes for your very bright future together!

PS – here are a couple more of our Tiffany Blue-themed favors if you’re in the market 😉

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7 thoughts on “We’ve been blessed (Part I)”

  • What pretty pictures! How do I get in touch with this Paris Mountain lady? I’m getting married next year and I’m looking for a photographer. Thanks Kate – Christian

  • Hi Christian! You can get to her website at www.parismountainphotography.com. Her online gallery is GORGEOUS!

    Regards! Kate

  • Why can’t I find more stuff on this color combo online? But thanks for these pics – getting married in July ’10 and looking for some kinda inspiration for planning. Thanks for the favors in this color! -T 🙂

  • My goodness what a pretty wedding. Thank you for the pictures. It is nice to see real wedding pictures since we’re working on my daughter’s plans now. She’s getting married nenxt year – yay! Camille Townsend, Omaha

  • Dear Kate,

    You have just given me the perfect idea for a wedding venue next year and it’s just awesome that you are showing pictures of a real wedding that uses the colors that I am thinking about. I hope you don’t mind if I borrow a few of the ideas and those favors are simply perfect. Amanda Grace – Louisville

  • Hello from Canada! I want that cake at my wedding – but maybe in a round shape. The favors are great too so thank you Kate! Libby in Ontario

  • I’m interested in those golf ball place cards but I can’t seem to find them anywhere. Can you provide me with any info of where I can obtain them? Thanks

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