During the cocktail hour, Stir Bartending Company served a gin punch made with apple, cinnamon, and grapefruit.
Photo: Erika Layne
Mirrors served as signs throughout the reception area listing the social handles for the companies contributing to that aspect of the decor or food.
Something Vintage provided antique sofas, dressing tables, and chairs for the reception.
Stir Bartending provided bottles of sherry with instructions on how to drink as favors at each place setting.
Taylor and Hov arranged a banquet-style dinner at two long tables of 75 guests each.
Revolution Event Design and Production used a rich color palette of deep red, gold, and yellow accents for the dinner tables. Centerpieces of greenery and tall candles ran the length of the two tables.
Taylor and Hov created social media menu cards listing the Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook handles of the vendors contributing to the overall production of the event.
Bouquets of white, deep red, and yellow flowers punctuated the center of the dinner tables in between the tall pillar candles running the length of them.
Revolution Event Design and Production kept the Downton Abbey theme alive at dinner with antique-style plates and delicate lace and floral details on the menu cards.
The meal began with a roasted vegetable consommi with freshly baked breads.
For dessert Ridgewells Catering served sticky toffee pudding topped with ice cream. Many guests also opted to indulge in the mini cakes that served as place cards at each setting.
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