We were thrilled to be apart of a lovely wedding that took place outside on the lawn at Chateau Elan and had a candlelit reception that followed in the cask room at Chateau Elan. The ceremony had a soft ivory drape accented with an assymetrical greenery garland with fresh white flowers that served as a backdrop to the wedding. On either side of the draping, there were two large rod irons trees that were adorned with lots of greenery and candlelight for a romantic feel during the ceremony as the sun set. Futhermore, the aisle leading up to the ceremony was lined with mason jars filled with wild flowers placed on shephard's hooks. This was a cost effective way to still keep with the aesthetic without spending a ton of money in this area. The bride had a luscious bouquet that had all types of greenery, and wild flowers that created that rustic feel. We created super fun boutonierres that were made out of wine corks to keep with the feel. After the ceremony, guests made their way to the cask room that really had the authentic feel of a winery with stacked wine barrels throughout the room. The bride's main request was to match and enhance the feel of the venue. Each centerpiece encorporated authentic wine boxes, stemmed glassware with floating candles, birch containers with fresh purple flowers, and gold wine bottles with stems of flowers. Over the dancefloor we hung lit grapevine balls that really created a magical feeling with the lights down low. All the guests had a great time and we could not get enough compliments from the bride after the event for all our hard work throughout the process and for going over and beyond her expectations in every aspect of the wedding.