Erica and David are a couple who we had worked with for over a whole year helping to plan their wedding. They came to us with three things that were important to them: food, drinks and music. As far as wedding design and decor, they didn’t have too much in mind at all. Erica, the bride, was sweet and soft spoken. She didn’t have many requests throughout our time working together and was always as laid back as a person could possibly be. The groom, David, really took the lead on the wedding planning details. He created a pinterest board, along with spreadsheets for the guest list and meal choices, and he was always extremely organized and responsive. The two of them really compliment each other well and bring out the best in each other and it certainly was evident on their wedding day!
Erica and David selected the Phoenix Art Museum as their wedding venue because they were looking for something modern and unique so, what other place to look than right in the heart of Phoenix of down town Phoenix? Since the existing presence of the arts played such a large role in the decor, other additives weren’t too much of a necessity. They kept their design simple and clean while adding in a sense of class and taste. We chose colors and designs that complimented the art while keeping a modern and contemporary feel. Blacks, whites and silvers along with a pop of purple made the room light up at night and set the tone for a beautiful evening.
There was no better way to kick start our Fall, 2015 wedding season than with this beautiful day and we were so happy to be a part of it. Best of wishes to our sweet and happy couple!
Thank you to all the vendors that played a large part in making this wedding one to remember!
Photography by: Carrie Patricia
Venue: Phoenix Art Museum
Planner: BTS Event Management
Caterer: Copper Square Kitchen (Hyatt)
Cake: Pixy Cakes
Mensware: Celebrity Tux & Tails
Band: JJ’s Band
Strings: Allegro Quartet
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals
Flowers: Lux Wedding Florist
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