September 12, 2013

A Look Back at the Great Gatsby Inspired Wedding of Annie & Stephen!

Posted in Weddings tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 12:00 pm by JBEvents

Sometimes you reflect back over events that you have produced and just can’t seem to get enough of them.  Such is the case with the wedding of Annie & Stephen earlier this year.  The theme of their wedding was The Great Znoskey – a combination of their names which was a take-off from the movie, The Great Gatsby.  From the Save The Dates all the way through the labels on the Favors, the theme was used.  One of the best ways to make your event unique is to brand it and then carry out the theme so that when your guests see any items relating to the event, they know it’s yours and will associate the branding to all of the memories they take away from the celebration.

The vendors who worked to create this gorgeous wedding were:

Planner:  Janice Blackmon Events

Church:  Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Hair & Make-up:  The Moore Agency

Floral Designer:  Ann Potter

Reception Venue:  The Georgian Terrace Hotel

Photographer:  Heidi Geldhauser of Our Labor of Love

Cake:  For Goodness Cakes

Band:  Bogey and The Viceroy

Favors:  The Varsity

Vintage Car:  GAS Motors

 

I created a slideshow of some of my favorite photos from Our Labor Of Love.   I hope you enjoy the show!!  So, grab a cold beverage and a yummy snack, sit back and enjoy the revisit to The Great Znoskey, also known as the wedding of Annie & Stephen!

 

To view the slideshow click HERE!

 

Janice Blackmon Events is an Event Planning company specializing in creating and producing flawless events for our clients!!!

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