Thursday, October 20, 2011

First, let me set the stage . . .

. . . and invite you to the biggest party we have ever thrown!




Please let us know you came and grab a program.




The backing of the programs is old dictionary paper.


This was my ocd kicking in.  I couldn't stand the ugly back of the dresser so I quick made a couple of paper garlands.  




Please come this way . . .


. . . and choose a seat.  Comfy red velvet theater chairs.


Don't forget to wave your wand to tinkle the bells when the married couple walks back down the aisle.


The makeshift alter at the top of the landing.


The ceremony was very moving and personal.  And no one fell down the steps!  

Be sure to grab a glass of bubbly at the bar for the cocktail hour.


There were oohs and aahs over this gorgeous old theater.  Yes, the lighting was atrocious for the amateur photographer that I am but I think you can still tell that the place was opulent and the perfect setting for a wedding.  I should be patient until the professional photographs are available but I couldn't wait to show you everything.

Next time . . . the details. 



16 comments:

Sarah said...

Connie, I've enjoyed seeing the photos from this beautiful wedding. I know it's been a whirlwind of activity and joy. ;-)

Karen said...

Oh my gosh, Connie! I didn't know your daughter got married at the Orpheum! What a gorgeous setting! I love to go to events there! Can't wait to see all the details. I'm sure all the stress was worth it. Glad you can kick back and relax a little now.

Vicki said...

Connie what a beautiful and unique setting for the wedding! I love all your vintage touches. The programs are fabulous. I'll have to share this with my niece who just got engaged. I can't wait to see more photos.

Laurel said...

Wow, wow, wow...looks wonderful...can't wait to see more :) Laurel

Angie said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!! Looking forward to seeing more photographs!

I hope you'll link up to Knick of Time Tuesday! The party is open all week until next Monday.

Blessings,
Angie @ Knick of Time
http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com

Trisha said...

So beautiful! I can't wait to see the rest of the pictures! Hopefully you won't have to wait too long for the photographer's pictures...I had to wait a year and a half!

~Trisha

Dorthe said...

Connie, it is a fabolous setting, and a most fantastic place for a wedding- what a beautiful day.
Hugs,Dorthe

BECKY said...

What a delightful place for a wedding! And all your touches are fabulous!! Can't wait to see more!

Have a restful weekend!!
Hugs,
Becky

Geckostone said...

Wow Connie what a treat! I felt like I was there! You did great with the photos and everything!!!!!Fun blog!Deb

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Oh, Connie, what a beautiful setting. I love all the vintage details and your imagination and hard work really paid off. This is going to be remembered (and cherished) for a very long time. Can't wait to see more!

Susanne said...

Wow, that does look like an amazing place to have a wedding and reception. Love all the vintage inspired details too. Your daughter is beautiful. Looking forward to seeing more pictures.
Happy fall,
Susanne.

Karena said...

Connie how absolutely beautiful! I found you at my friend Andrea's ! I know your daughter's wedding was a dream!

xoxo
Karena

Art By Karena

Linda said...

This looks amazing, Connie! Such a wonderful venue! So many creative and personal details...I can't wait to see more!

Jill said...

Connie, it's a beautiful setting and your vintage decor touches are fabulous!!! Looking forward to more pictures!!

Cindy said...

I can't wait to see more photos! What a wonderful setting for a wedding! Now REST!

Faye ~ Wild Rose Vintage said...

Awesome! What a beautiful place for a wedding! This is more my style! I've never seen a wedding like this and this is they way I'd have done it for myself! Perfect!
Faye