This gorgeous Wyoming Prairie wedding is one for the books. I really love the escort card installation and floral art work by Momental Designs used throughout. And what a statement it made in the field. The huckleberry touch was such a nice subtle theme throughout the art and design.
As usual, an introduction to an event is the invitation. I provided the calligraphy in my Sofia hand and the rest was designed by The Detail Department. This suite conveys the chic yet nature inspired feeling of the celebration. Sometimes, my favorite designs have just a little bit of calligraphy and type text to really let those names shine. You can see the bride and grooms name are more of an art piece on the invitation this way. Also, how fun are all the colors? Grey, teal, blush and soft white make this suite feel so joyful.
The Rehearsal Dinner
The first event of the weekend festivities was the rehearsal dinner. It looked so joyful and had plenty of calligraphy touches for this Wyoming Prairie wedding. I really like that this event was a bit more masculine to balance the romanticism of the wedding day. You can see their names make a little appearance here and there throughout the details along with details from the couple’s crest.
Of course, Emily loves a statement escort wall. She did this great bullseye display. The arrows featured guest names in my calligraphy.
Then it is time to get married! At the reception, wildflowers and berries were the theme. This wall greeted guests with a drink and a little huckleberry table number to indicate their seated table.
This table design is so romantic. The florals and gorgeous BBJ table linens. Topped with Posh Couture tableware and finished off with a Momental Design menu. The leather napkin wrap was the place card. I calligraphed them using a brush script similar to what we used on their invitations.
I adore the signage on the getaway car. Custom logo plus calligraphy really elevated the fun and location appropriate vehicle.