Sarah and Zach’s fall wedding at The Addison Grove will always be one of our favorite wedding days. We had the opportunity to make so many fun pieces for their day and stretch our creativity! Their dandelion yellow cassette tape seating chart will forever go down as one of our favorite pieces we’ve created.
The inspiration behind Sarah and Zach’s cassette tape seating chart was from all of the mixtapes they sent each other while dating. We knew that we wanted to bring out their dandelion yellow in the color palette. It deserved a big moment and we were definitely able to give it just that. After a bit of searching, we found the perfect yellow-colored cassette tapes to create this unique escort display.
The ceremony welcome sign was created from a fun, wooden pillar. Next to it, there was an antique trough that held fans for their guest and their silk-tied ceremony programs. We brought in shades of purple with their programs and it was perfect next to their colorful florals from Blumen Floral.
Along with their cassette tape seating chat, Sarah and Zach’s reception was packed with some of our favorite details. Since we were able to create so many pieces for their day, everything across the reception worked cohesively together.
Wooden arched table numbers were chosen to adorn the tables and help guests find their seats. The simplicity of the natural wood added just enough to the thoughtfully set tables.
Laser cut wood place cards were the final touch to the table settings. One fun detail for these was the color of each. They were hand-painted in three colors as a subtle way to indicate the guests’ meal choices!
Their menu design was fully hand-lettered. Complete with watercolor illustrations that went perfectly with the vegetable accents in their florals (which was so unique!).
We stretched the hand-lettering even further in their decor with the fabric bar menu. As a result, it fit perfectly with the clean, white bar at The Addison Grove.
A simple sign for the memory table was the perfect touch to honor all of the loved ones that they had included pictures of for this display.
The tiniest detail (but quite possibly my favorite one of them all) was the “Krispy King” and “Krispy Queen” flags for the groom’s “cake” made of his favorite – Krispy Kreme donuts!