{Jennifer and Todd's Wedding}

Todd and Jennifer's reception was held at the beautiful Arizona Biltmore http://www.arizonabiltmore.com/. I love the history of this gorgeous resort. It was built in 1929 and was an inspired design by Frank Lloyd Wright. It is one of the largest resorts in Arizona with 740 guest rooms. It continues to win awards and attract celebrities and dignitaries from around the world. Such a beautiful hotel complete with birds chirping in the lobby! But most of all it was the perfect setting to celebrate Jennifer and Todd's new life together!

The reception started out with a cocktail party in the Gold Room and then continued into the Grand Ball Room for a sit down dinner and dancing.

The Venue...
The Cocktail Party in The Gold Room.
Jennifer wanted simple cylinder vases adorned with back ribbon and a floating red rose to sit on the high tables of the room.

So much light flowing in the floor to ceiling windows and reflecting off the gold ceiling.


The head table had vases that the bridal parties bouquets were placed.

The centerpieces were a combination of tall and short vases with a monochromatic color scheme of red. The flowers were Gerber Daisies, roses, spray roses and alstromeria.

The bridal bouquet was also with the stunning monochromatic scheme wrapped with a white satin ribbon and pearl pins.

The bridesmaids bouquets were just scaled down in size.

The vases were placed at the head table so they could be used as decoration during the reception. This is a great way to utilize all your flowers.

A close up view.

The bridesmaids bouquets were wrapped with black satin ribbon and adorned with pearl pins.

The shorter table arrangements packed just as much impact.

The 32" fluted vase arrangements had the monochromatic scheme but we added a punch of white and green with the Dendrobium Orchids.

Oh my goodness this cake was stunning! It was 6 tiers of gorgeousness! The Biltmore provided the cake...I had to take my picture in the kitchen before the reception so I hope you can tell how amazing it was!

A close up view of the rose petals and light at the bottom of the vase, this really creates a soft ambiance.

The Unity Candle was used in the ceremony and then brought over to the reception and placed on the head table.

This was a beautiful wedding to be a part of! Jennifer was a really great bride to work with. I also enjoyed working with the wedding planner, Cara at A Day To Cherish. I will add her link if you want to check her out. http://www.adaytocherishweddings.com/

Hopefully I will get some pictures of the wedding party and I will be sure to post them.

Congratulations Jennifer and Todd!


1 comment:

Amie said...

I have been waiting to see this! I love it! Everything looks so beautiful Jodi! I loved the monochromatic scheme, it works so nicely! You are amazing!