Breanna and Amit wed each other on a gorgeous, while a bit rainy, October day. The sweet couple said “I do” under a chuppah adorned with purple roses, green hanging amranthus, curly willow, and white tool.
Just a few short hours before the ceremony began, a huge completely healthy-looking tree uprooted itself and fell in front of the ballroom covering the zen garden and pathway to the ballroom. All the Barr Mansion staff pitched in to remove it in plenty of time before the guests arrived—you would have never known it happened. The bride and groom remained characteristically cool when they arrived to see the gigantic tree sprawled all over the place—they knew us well enough to know we wouldn’t let anything so much as a tree ruin their wedding day.
(photo by Abby Daigle)
The wedding flowers featured bright blue dendrobium orchids, purple roses, and gray dusty miller. A beautifully combination of colors, and a perfect fit for the day.
The evening was enchanting with candles everywhere.
This untraditional couple had very creative wedding cakes. The bride’s cake featured silhouettes of the Beatles, sheet music, and fresh strawberries. And the grooms cake featured a blue pendant surrounded by three yellow triangles with sheet music and a lemon grass border.
Guests dined on food stations of New Bride chicken curry with naan, cheese fondue with cool weather vegetables, shiitake mushroom pizza, baby turkey-feta burgers with smoky aioli, and sesame potato and russet potato home fries. And waiters passed hors d’oeuvres of organic la Quercia prosciutto Americano bruschetta and pear, Cowgirl creamery triple cream cheese and olive tarts.
A beautiful end to a beautiful evening.
Gorgeous photos by Michael Hooks.