Congrats to Chris and Jordan!

12 Oct

Saturday started off nice and sunny for Chris & Jordan’s wedding day. As the clouds started to roll in shortly before their 5pm ceremony, we were all praying that the rain would hold off… and it did!

church

Jordan and Chris said their “I do’s” in front of family and friends in a beautifully decorated church, thanks to Lisa from Flowers by Candlelight. Kristina from Dream Catcher Images came through for us at the last minute to help capture some pictures before the ceremony. Stay tuned for those, coming soon!

Once the ceremony was complete, it was time to head to The Greensboro Doubletree Hotel to party down! The room was decorated beautifully in black & white with pink touches… complete with Pink up lighting from K2 Productions, delightful strawberry lemonade cake from “Cakes by Amy”, and centerpieces and arraignments from Flowers by Candlelight.

reception

My favorite part of the decor was the sweetheart table. It was lit with pink lighting, had a special overlay and had the words “We Do” for all the guests to see. The table had an elegant callalily centerpiece and giant flowers on each side. It was an amazing table setup for the bride & groom. Jordan was a very trendy bride, and we enjoyed the freedom she gave us to make it beautiful.

HEAD TABLE

ShutterBooth (photo booth) was there to keep the fun times going and capture it all on film! Thank you to all of the wonderful vendors for a fabulous event! Chris & Jordan, have a great honeymoon and thank you for letting Merrymaking Events be a part of your big day!

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