Saturday, September 26, 2009

Black And White and Yellow All Over!

Hi Everyone! We're returning from a busy weekend but wanted to get a few things up for you this week. Here are more pictures from Megan and Brendan's bold, black and white damask wedding, taken by yours truly at Amorology. We by NO means claim to be photographers but every once in a while get a chance to capture some of the details of our weddings and it of course always reminds us just how much we love our real photographers!

With a palette of black, white and yellow, the pops of yellow were so much fun to play with. Here are some of our favorite shots and details of the day.

I loved the black and white furniture and the tents we brought in to give dimension to the space.

The flowers were done by Twigg Botanicals and offered another beautiful pop of yellow.

On the bride's list of priorities was chandeliers. While it was a little bit of a challenge on the wide open grass lawn..these black chandeliers added just the right touch to the tents to really dress them up while adding the extra light we needed....and we found a way to incorporate chandeliers!!

I love this shot from the day. It really shows how beautiful the setting was!

Megan was now officially a Tobler, so their guests were treated to sweet boxes of mini Toblerone candy bars!

The reception was full of amazing desserts like this lemon tart as well as the candy station we custom created for the couple in their corresponding colors!

One of our favorite candy items from the day: candy much fun!

David, the DJ from Hit It Music, was such a good sport about being our model :)

Always a sign of a good party when the shoes come off!

A very special thank you to Stephina Photography for editing our amateur photography shots for us. We had so much fun snapping these photos, and even more fun putting together this special day for Megan and Brendan!!!


Lemiga Events said...

What a fun wedding with great details. Love it all!

Annie @ MarryYouMe said...

Your pictures are really good Heather! If you wouldn't have said anything, I would have thought they were professionally done.

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Surey said...

Where did you get those linens? They'd be perfect for my own black and white wedding. I've been looking all over for something like these. E-mail me at BEAUTIFUL EVENT! Like Annie said, the pictures look very professional.