A Delightful, Dusty Blue Wedding
Heather and Kaleb have been in love for five long years — and if you ask us, a love that strong deserves a truly special celebration! We were so excited to help this couple plan the wedding of their dreams, and we think their October nuptials were absolutely perfect.
The couple chose a lovely color palette of dusty blue and gray with white rose floral accents. On the big day, our Plaza Toscana was decorated with white flowers (including rose petals on the aisle runner and in the courtyard fountain). The bridesmaids looked wonderful in their dusty blue sheath gowns and the groomsmen were looking sharp in their gray suits and blue ties.
Of course, our bride and groom looked exceptional. Kaleb was dressed in a classic black suit with a dusty blue tie. Heather’s lacy, mermaid-style gown featured a sweetheart neckline, off-the-shoulder sleeves, and an incredible cathedral-length train. But our favorite part of their wedding-day ensembles was definitely the way their faces lit up anytime these two lovebirds looked at one another!
The ceremony was simple and traditional. Heather’s father escorted her down the aisle, the couple took part in a sand ceremony (using blue, green, and white sands), and exchanged vows and rings. But once Heather and Kaleb were officially husband and wife, it was — as Heather’s father later said — “time to party.”
When guests entered the reception hall, they were met with crisp white linens, towering centerpieces of white roses, and a special thank you card from the couple at each seat. The reception kicked off with the couple’s first dance to Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years.” Then, everyone settled in for toasts and dinner — a plated feast that included a classic caesar salad, twice baked potatoes, assorted grilled vegetables, chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto and provolone, and grilled atlantic salmon with hollandaise and lemon dill beurre blanc.
Throughout the evening, people shared stories of the couple and their loved ones. The wedding was full of love everywhere you looked — and if you ask us, that is the perfect way to start a marriage.
Photography By: David De Dios