It only took ten years (dot) com: Lindsay and Morgan

This past weekend Lindsay and Morgan tied the knot at the beautiful Great House at the Crane Estate! They met in high school and as of Saturday, they are now Mr. and Mrs. Sword! They had a fun color palette of Sunshine Yellow, Graphite and White. We loved these happy colors and the whimsical touches of the bride and groom throughout the wedding! They even had a cornhole game which they had made especially for the occasion. We love live music and they had great music! From the Copley String Players to their friends Brandon and Pete (Brandon sang the song that Pete composed for the day), to the amazing band Night Rhythm. The florals were created by the talented Dana Markos, the incredible cake that mimicked the dress design (which we LOVED) by Jenny's Cakes and the delicious food created by the talented team over at Fireside Catering which included Executive Chef Ethan, GM Tim, COO Tom and our favorite Wedding Specialist Anne! Thanks to my assistants Leiha and Jaime for your hard work behind the scenes! We can't wait to see the pics from David Tucker Photography! Enjoy a few of our pics of this amazing day!

We designed this whimsical timeline which highlights
turning points in their wedding. We used the years to make a band
out of vellum to wrap the invitation in and then revealed the
entire timeline on the front of the ceremony program.
We had custom cocktail napkins made highlighting
some of their most favorite years!

It was WINDY but the place cards made out of
post cards stayed in their holders! WHEW!
The bride made postcards out of some photos
that are on
her blog and we continued
with the Sunshine Yellow and made a sticker
with the table number and affixed it on the post card. So fun!

One of the tall centerpieces - we loved the compact bursts of color!

We love the elegance of the calla lillies suspended in air!

A glimpse into one of the dining rooms - ready for dinner!

The extra place cards worked perfectly
to have guests sign and make a unique guest book!

How can this burst of sunshine yellow in flowers NOT make you smile?

The dress had the most beautiful roses seemingly sculpted from tulle.
That detail was re-created in buttercream in the dress along with
some buttercream gardenias. It did look good enough to eat!

All set up for a ceremony overlooking the Ocean! It doesn't get much better than this!

This was the last "factoid" on the timeline and this napkin
was served with their late night snack of Cheesesteaks (wit or witout)
and french fries! What a delicious way to end the evening!