Wedding designer gets to be the bride, that’s our romantic comedy of the summer at The Fields. Our coordinator-turned-bride walked down an aisle strewn with peach rose petals and exchanged vows with her Prince Charming. After the ceremony guests enjoyed different pairing stations which included wine, beer, and whiskey pairings. After filling up on delectable treats provided by Lisa Dupar Catering (the bride’s employer of course!), everyone enjoyed lawn games and great dancing music provided by Craig Slater of Bugsie Productions. And the story closes when the bride and groom were sent off in a shower of sparklers and smiles.
Fairy tales needn’t always be extravagant. I tend to prefer the simply elegant, which is how I would describe this completely homemade reception. When the couple eloped in the presence of their closest family in Leavenworth last year, they came home to a lot of friends who felt a little left out. We were happy to be the location of choice when they decided to celebrate their marriage with all their family and friends. The creative husband and wife designed their peach and mint reception themselves, do-it-yourself style. The party enjoyed pulled pork, a create-your-own salad buffet, and lawn games around the venue. As the night came to an end, kids enjoyed roasting marshmallows in the fire pit while the adults enjoyed each other’s company in under what can only be described as a perfect starry night.