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#1 Mishka Designs

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    Posted 11 March 2011 - 05:01 PM


    riday, 11 March 2011

    Ghadeer & Pancho tied the knot at    THE RECEPTION After the cocktail, guests were invited up top of the villa - on the way they were greeted with an escort card tree - escort cards were made out of natural fiber paper in the shape of a leaf with their names printed on them. I really heart these cards! Upstairs the guests were greeted with large wooden square tables - centerpieces were branches and purple dendrobidium orchids along with smaller floral arrangements in purple and green and, of course, surrounded by candles. Each napkin was tied with a wire brown twine and another leaf - purple this time - with the guest name served as place cards. Table markers were larger purple printed leaves with the number printed on. The bride and groom had a sweetheart table out on the edge, and I heart heart how the entire set-up turned out.  
        THE FOOD The bride and groom chose to do the reception food in a station style manner - there was a tacos de canasta station, a grilled fish station, a salad station, to name a few. The food was delicious!           THE AFTER PARTY After the reception, guests were invited back down to the pool area, where lanterns were lit-up, a cigar roller was ready in the groom's very own "Denver Bronco's" cigar lounge area (his favorite team and part of their story). The dance floor, again, one of my favorites - was two big arches, with wrapped curly willow and orchids around it and twinkle lights and in the center we placed a pinata lamp - knowing the pinata was important to the bride, we created two - one that was beautiful and looked nice in the middle of the dance floor and, then, one that was similar but smaller to be broken by the guests. We had over 300+ candles going up the stairs, lanterns around the pool, candles in the lounge area - super pretty. And, of course, our famous maracas - this time based on the couple's wedding invitations :).               THE CAKE Memo pulled out the stops again and created a beautiful and yummy cake - lemon chiffon cake with raspberry filling - num!     It truly was a beautiful evening and hopefully was a a beautiful beginning to a couple who really overcame incredible obstacles to get to this day - the day they were able to finally say their very own vows in the way they wanted to do and say and celebrate with friends and a family who loves them both.   Next up - some more maraca shout-outs and oodles of weddings that I'm SUPER SUPER excited about...

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