I love when a wedding design is propelled by a single point of inspiration. And in this case, it was a simple piece of soft blue fabric found by the bride and her mom. That ribbon was a representation of the simple yet elegant day Claire and Robert wanted, and it resulted in a timeless celebration beautifully captured by Katie Grant.
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From Katie Grant Photography… Claire and Robert wanted a simple yet elegant wedding. A good band was a must along with a DJ to fill in the pauses. With both being busy doctors, they enlisted the help of Cathrin D’Entremont Weddings to help plan and style their wedding.
It all started with a piece of fabric Claire and her mum found in the perfect color blue. The dark Brentwood chairs for the ceremony and the Hampton chairs for the reception accompanied with custom-made napkins made from this perfect blue fabric. With the pre-dinner drinks being an hour long, we needed a stand-out seating chart.
Claire’s father was the perfect candidate to build this triangle tower where the seating cards were mounted. The middle table at the reception was the bridal table which was made to stand out with lanterns hanging in varying heights above. A dessert and cheese buffet followed the perfect meal, and everyone danced the evening away to the tunes of the band.
Photography: Katie Grant Photography | Event Planning: Cathrin D’Entremont Weddings | Floral Design: Katie Cooper Floral Design | Wedding Dress: Oxford Bridal | Cake: The Cake And I | Makeup: Christina Rodio | Hair: Koko Black | Venue: Lamont’s Bishops House | Furniture: Orielle | Lanterns: Rebecca Grace
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