This Bridgerton wedding theme was twisted with a bit of Royal garden party. Creating a colorful display fit for a Queen. Weddings by Kasey designed this event as the backdrop for a Central Florida wedding pros networking event. Which means, if local wedding pros were impressed, you are sure to wow your guests when you create your very own themed wedding.
First the planner considered the joining of 2 themes. That is “the season’s” garden parties and Bridgerton. Next she chose a few traditional elements and added a modern twist. For instance the wicker chargers mixed with gold flatware. Coupled with the lavender napkins tied in a bow and held with a pearl accent. Without a doubt we are in love with the fantastic teapots, cups and saucers provided by The Vintage Dish. And we must say, no Bridgerton themed wedding is complete without teapots as centerpieces.
The Garden Villa wedding venue in Winter Park, FL added to the ambience of this event. With it’s hard wood floors and wooden beams. Along with the understated, yet modern chandeliers and beautiful gardens (not pictured here).
Butter Bliss Bakeshop perfected this themed event in the dessert display. First delicate pastries and muffins. Likewise the intricate flowers on top of each cookie. Then mixed with the modern cake pop and individual dessert cups. And don’t forget the chocolate covered strawberries. Finishing this array with a display that took us on a journey through our senses.
Unquestionably your wedding guests will promenade home with a smile on their faces and a desire for more sweets when you serve up a royal dessert display.
The lunch served by Cocktails Catering was a light and delicious meal. Moreover each dish was plated and served by the talented staff adding an element of formality.
As you can see, the menu consisted of Chardonnay chicken, red roasted potatoes and grilled asparagus. As well as the passed appetizers during cocktail hour of tomato and basil bruschetta and soft cheese and pear crostini. Along with mimosas served from a champagne wall.
Although this event was created as a networking mixer it is easily adaptable to your Bridgerton wedding theme. For more wedding planning inspiration and tips, visit the I Said Yes! Wedding Blog. Similarly, attend an I Said Yes! Wedding Expo and discuss your wedding ideas face to face with local wedding vendors.
Vendors who contributed to the creation of this Bridgerton wedding theme:
Event Host: I Said Yes Fl Pros | Venue: The Garden Villa | Planner: Weddings by Kasey | Photo: Sydney Morman Photography | Catering: Cocktails Catering | Vintage Dishwares: The Vintage Dish | Floral: Posey Blooms | Live Music: Aloha Erica | Dessert: Butter Bliss Bakeshop | Hedge Wall: Go To Event Rentals | Caricature Artist: Starry Night Live Arts Entertainment
Planning your wedding can be overwhelming and even tricky at times. So many decisions to make and so many options available. But don’t worry. We have advice for you. This couple who has been there and done that. Introducing, Sarah-Ann and Alfie. They share their wedding and their wedding planning advice.
How do you pick the date? Do you choose the day you went on your first date? How about a lucky number combination like 2-22-22 or your favorite holiday. Sarah-Ann and Alfie chose the day they first met and their favorite holiday – October 31st. Sarah-Ann says, “We wanted our Hallowedding to feel like a fun and spooky Halloween party and our coordinator, of Costal Coordinating, and her team definitely helped to make that idea come to life!”
To play to the theme, floral arrangements were created in Halloween colors. In the same vein, orange linens added a bright pop of color. Similarly, the bridesmaids wore juniper green dresses. Green also happens to be the groom’s favorite color. Meanwhile the groom and groomsmen wore navy suits. As a result, the suits became the running gag. Due to the fact that several of the groom’s closest friends were married in the suits they wore to the wedding. Sarah-Ann wore a traditional white wedding dress.
Planning your wedding should actually start with the wedding venue. Even though Central Florida alone has over 400 venues, many of the most popular locations sell out of weekend dates. Therefore, be sure you have a signed contract with your venue securing your date before you send out your save the dates.
Alfie and Sarah-Ann chose The Treasury on The Plaza in St. Augustine, FL. This happy couple chose their venue mainly based off of how beautiful the vault and cathedral ballroom are. To make a special moment for the couple, the coordinator brought them into the reception area prior to guest arrival. Sarah-Ann said, “It was amazing to see our ideas come to life and it looked better than we imagined.” Likewise, they created a special moment for their guests by coming out of the hidden vault instead of through the main entrance.
Add your personal details to your wedding. Make it special and memorable for you and your guests. For instance, this couple asked their couples to attend in costume in celebration of the theme. They wanted to have a fun and spooky wedding rather than the traditional style. In addition, the bridesmaids are the sisters of the bride and the maid of honor is the bride’s best friend since high school. In the same vein, the groomsmen are all old college roommates.
This couple has 6 pieces of wedding planning advice:
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