Rebekah + Travis: Modern Wedding of Black, White, and Green
Rebekah and Travis’ modern wedding of black, white, and green was the scene for this wedding playground. The clean, crisp lines created a fresh look and was elegant against the backdrop of black accents. But, this is not the whole story. It is really the beginning of the next chapter to an already impressive story. It started with childhood friends who lost track of each other only to have fate find them together twenty years later. While years might have passed, they picked up where they left off and they reconnected instantly. The rest as they say is history, and they lived happily ever after.
Rebekah, owner of Dream Bouquet, and I are not only great colleagues, but have forged a friendship over the years. We have had many a playground to play on, creating epic designs for our brides. I was beyond honored when she looked to me to handle the event planning and production of her wedding. As everyone knows, I like crazy ideas, and love to make them into reality. Rebekah + Travis’ celebration of love was to be no different ( other than the added pressure of throwing a party for all the who’s who in the wedding industry honoring one of the most sought after floral designers in Houston). It started with a ceremony masterpiece with a color palette of ivory and gold, providing a soft candle glow with lounge furniture surrounding the cascading flower alter in the center of the room. There was not a bad seat in the house for this intimate gathering as they entered from opposite sides of the room simultaneously to meet in the middle. The highlight of this wedding was the production of Rebekah and Travis entering from opposite sides of the room while family heirlooms were showcased in a glass case at the alter. Rebekah shared that her favorite item among the family pictures and heirloom jewelry was the 1943 rolling-pin belonging to her great aunt and uncle, which was signed by their wedding guests when they were married.
The wedding reception was indeed a showstopper and there was so much eye candy guests could not get enough. The guests were transitioned from an ivory and gold ceremony to an atmosphere of epic lighting with silver and black with accents of green. Lush flowers cascading down from the black triumph candelabras and patterned lighting accented every little detail. Breathtaking is about the only adjective I can use. The balance of whites and greens against the silver and black damask linen could not have been anymore perfect. More importantly, two families finally joined together to create one, and the room was complete with wonderful friends and family to celebrate the occasion. Indeed, one of the most epic weddings I have had the pleasure of being a part of.
Kat Creech Events: event planning and production | Dream Bouquet: floral design | Anchor Entertainment: flip books | Brandit Bandits: stationary | Cakes by Gina: truffles | Elegant Beginnings: linens | Events in Bloom: lounge furniture | Hilton Houston Westchase: venue Impressions: bridal gown | Jos A Banks: suit | LG Entertainment: DJ/Lighting | Monkey Tree Photography: photography | The Prefect Face: hair + makeup | 3D Video: videography | Who Made The Cake: cake
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