Posts tagged sunset wedding
STUNNING . TROPICAL . SOIREE

This wedding was one of our most anticipated events of the year at Love Letter Weddings. Not only did we have a stellar line up of vendors involved, but the lovely couple had the most amazing taste in - well everything! Some of our favorite parts were making the 'find your party animal' escort card display, the epic ombre aisle petals, the tattoo bar, and the impromptu wagon wheel love circle on the dance floor at the end of the night! Not only was everything beautiful, but all the family and guests were a blast. We had so much being a part of this very special day!!

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ROMANTIC . VIBRANT . DANCE PARTY

Over the years, I have been very lucky to have made many new friends out of my clients. This bride surpassed that. I would go so far as to say she is like a sister to me! From the very beginning I know that she and I had so much in common! This made the design process so much fun. There is nothing better than a client who loves all your design ideas. For this wedding, we went to town with the rustic wood, romantic bohemian flowers, amazing and beautiful food and tons of gold accents to honor the couple's new last name "Golden." Not only was the bride a pleasure, but the groom, both sides of the family and all their friends were the most fun loving and appreciative guests. Checking this wedding off the list was so bitter sweet!

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FUN . MODERN . FOODIE

This destination wedding was the ultimate vision of an amazingly sweet and creative blogger bride. We spend over a year planning this wedding via email. She wanted to make sure that her guests flying in from all over the world had a blast. Yellow, white and pops of strawberry red were incorporated into all the décor. We had a beautiful lounge set up with hand sewn pillows, a kids station with water balloons and coloring books, and Hawaiian inspired photo booth with the beach as a natural backdrop. Guests were serenaded by a local duo, wowed with gourmet food stations, and surprised after sunset with Polynesian drummers and fire dancers. Hand crafted details were incorporated via signage, the table décor and the flowers. The bride even designed and assembled her own bouquet. The most heartwarming part was that no one wanted to leave at the end of the night!

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