Gold and Silver Wedding

LAST UPDATED: May 05, 2021 | PUBLISHED: Oct 12, 2011 | By:
Kim and Dave’s wedding was filled with so many special moments and details, that it yielded a two part post.   Both the ceremony and reception were held at Indian Hills Country Club, offering convenience for their guests, many who were out of town.  While Kim, Dave, their families and friends were photographed, guests enjoyed cocktails and hors douevres while the space was being transformed.
A bride posing against a wall for a picture.
A bride smiling back at the camera.
A large gold glitter monogram was the focal point of the room {DIY to come}, creating a nice backdrop for toasts.
The father of the bride giving a speech at the wedding.
When Kim and Dave saw the menu offerings, they were sold on the location.  Below is a photograph of the Asian stir fry action station, which consisted of lo mein, rice, cashew chicken and broccoli and beef.  Guests enjoyed creating their own in the adorable take out boxes complete with chopsticks.  Build your own mini dogs and sliders were offered as a nod to Dave’s hometown, Chicago.  The orange chipotle sauce was the perfect enhancement to the waffle fries.  They also served an array of flatbread artisan pizzas, turkey on cheddar biscuits.
Chinese food boxes and chopsticks on a glass table.
Guests were entertained by the cigar roller adhered personalized bands on the custom creations.
A case of cigars.
A cigar on a wooden surface.
The bride and groom\'s first dance.
The groom dancing with his mother.
A bride dancing with her father.
Gold glitter monograms also adorned the entryway, welcoming guests.
A gold monogram sign hanging on a doorway.
Silver leafing, a large silver cake plateau and a Swarovski crystal monogram created a regal cake to remember.
A five layer wedding cake with alternating gold and white layers.
The bride and her mother made almond liquor favors.  Aren’t they darling?  We had custom menus designed to coordinate with the save the dates and wedding programs.
Table settings with gold plates and mini champagne bottles.
If you recall from my previous post, this bride to be was fearless in mixing silver and gold.  The result was nothing short of amazing.
Table centerpieces with white flowers and silver vases.
A monogram sign hanging above a clock.
One of the greatest perks of hosting your ceremony and reception in the same location is the ability to maximize your decor.  If you recall, the glass cylinders, petals and pillars were originally aisle decor.  Two of the large baby’s breath centerpieces stood tall at the altar before gracing guests’ tables.
Table settings with candle centerpieces and small vases of white flowers.
Thank you to RPM Photography for capturing and sharing images of their day!
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