Norah and Noah’s end of May wedding celebration marks the official kick off of this summer season 2012, their wedding was a
Nate Maloney Production (brother of the bride) and held at Norah and Nate’s family house. With a great team of vendors on hand including Total Events and Matt Ramos Photography, we couldn’t think of a better way to start the summer.
Norah and Noah were married at St. Mary’s in Waterford, in my opinion one of the most beautiful churches in the area! We lined the pews with silver ceramic flower filled buckets. The buckets were brought to the reception after the ceremony and scattered around the tent.
Altar floral pieces on metallic pedestals.
Look at these two – the new Mr. & Mrs. Noah Funiciello!
A close up of Norah’s bouquet. White roses, peonies and calla lillies. The stems were wrapped in lace from her mother’s wedding dress!
Now to the reception details: As previously mentioned this wedding was held in the Maloney’s backyard where Total Events erected an impressive tent with all the bells and whistles!
Twinkle lights along with the beautiful silver chiavari chairs were provided by Total Events. We added some additional drapery to posts in and outside the tent.
Ideally we had wanted to have the entire wedding set up outside – but mother nature had other plans for us! While she so graciously held the rain off for Norah & Noah’s special day she did us no favors with the wind. I think our decision to do their place card display in the house worked out for the best!
Placecards, designed by Brittany, were held in our satin covered boxes.
Rather than use a traditional guest book Norah had the idea to use a tree where guests can “leaf” their thumbprints. Our graphic designer Brittany custom made this board for the couple, to remember the mark their guests had left!
Entrance we created for guests to walk through.
Our crystal vases with LED dishes underneath – a fun way to light up the night!
The altar centerpieces were brought to the reception and used on the head table. Totally off subject here, but how delicious does that salad look?!
Their beautiful shimmering cake was baked by Coccadotts. The second of three centerpieces used were our crystal candle holders with small silver vases filled with roses. Another fun idea from the couple was to name each table after a bird, table names designed and printed by Brittany.
If weren’t already wishing you were a guest at this wedding,
this image probably seals the deal!
I really had a hard time choosing just a few of my favorite details of this wedding, Norah really let us take a lot of chances and it definitely paid off. We had a blast being apart of such an amazing event!
Up next is a very stylish bridal shower!