As a designer, it is always wonderful to see your creations come to life in a wedding. Recently, we had the pleasure of working on a black time wedding at The Angus Barn in Raleigh, that was truly spectacular.
One of the standout features was the glass calligraphy sign that we used for the seating chart (You'll see that stunning photo below, thanks to Ginny Corbett Photography). This unique sign added a modern touch to the overall decor and was an absolutely beautiful way to guide all the family and friends to their tables.
Now, the invitation suite. The gold calligraphy on the invitation itself is a bold and beautiful statement. The crest that Theresa created for the couple adds a touch of sophisticated luxury that the couple will be able to use for all the years to come, but the blush undertones soften the overall look. It is a classic and timeless design that perfectly sets the stage for a black tie affair.
And of course, we cannot forget about the flowers. With deep reds and gold accents on the napkins with the menus, the floral arrangements tied everything together. Whether they are adorning the ceremony, or displayed on the tables and the fireplace, the flowers are a crucial element in creating a romantic and sophisticated atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
It was a joy to work closely with this couple and the remarkable team to bring this special day to life. It was an honor to find this wedding featured in Heart of North Carolina Weddings Magazine Blog! You can go take a look here.
Photography: Ginny Corbett Photography Event Planning & Design: La Cosa Bella Events Venue: The Angus Barn Florals: Embellished Blooms Paper Items: Theresa Jatko Designs Dress: Sachin & Babi Rentals: CE Rental Tenting: Party Reflections, Inc Chairs: American Party Rentals Cake: Cinda’s Creative Cakes Seating Chart: Corporate Graphic Inc Live Artist: Dan Nelson Art Ceremony Music: Arioso Strings Videography: Thomas Blake Films Band: The Main Attraction Band
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