Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Dairing Bride Academy 2016 | Part 3


Lunch was more than a treat. Just like the whole day, I wanted to make sure that when we took our lunch break, that every moment, detail, and memory would be special and add to the whole experience of the Dairing Bride Academy. 

We were so lucky to have Southern Charm Vintage Rentals as our furniture sponsor for the day. Not only did they supply the lounge seating & bookcase for breakfast, they also brought their amazing rustic wooden tables and chairs for our educators and attendees to dine at! 

The tablescapes were a beautiful collaboration between the following amazing creatives

Ruby Reds Floral & Garden - Centerpieces and Design
Olivia Grace Paperie - mini canvas Monet painting table numbers
Emily Grace Design - Vintage Colored Glassware
Charlie Whiskey Design - Watercolor Calligraphy Menu Cards
LMS Creative - Seating Chart | Chalk Art
Southern Charm Vintage Rentals - Furniture, Rustic Tables, and Chairs






























































When everyone made it back upstairs, DJ Jacob Towe and his beautiful wife and partner, greeted us by popping some bubbly! 







During their session, they shared the video from their own vow renewal to show off all the different ways that lighting can really transform an event and space. Needless to say that the love that permeated through the video took center stage and had us all super emo. 





Bonnie, the owner and designer behind Ruby Reds Floral & Garden  did an amazing job educating the Brides on blooms, seasonal selections, and ways to really stretch the floral and decor budget! 




Little did the Bride's know that I had a trick up my sleeve! This time the surprise was a gorgeous gold knot bracelet from Lemon Honey Jewelry!! 




Bonnie also gifted the Brides with adorable little succulents! 



Our next Educator was Cassie with Flaire Weddings & Events! She shared some great tips and inspiration with all the attendees! 




To finish up the day, Heather O'Brien Design educated the attendees on Wedding Invitations and touched on etiquette. 






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