Kayla and Andy’s wedding started when I asked them during their consultation “What have you liked and disliked about weddings you’ve been to in the past,” and they revealed how much they love to mingle, feel the cocktail hour atmosphere, and not sit at an assigned table for the night, listening to boring toasts and watching awkward Grand Entrances. So, we designed a wedding that was a massive and unique cocktail hour!
Stations of live action sushi, sliced pork, quesadillas and all sorts of fun treats, combined with the amazing MC leading of Jason Spencer to liven up the more traditional elements like the Grand Entrance and toasts, made for a night of laid back fun for Kayla, Andy and all their guests.
Probably the winner of the unique and super fun elements to all of us vendors was the surprise piñata wedding cake. The cake on display was a three tiered nicely decorated cake – or looked like one until we hoisted it high, handed the bride and groom a baseball bat and let them swing it open!
The couple was great throughout the process of voicing their personality, which in our opinion always makes for the most personal and intimate weddings, and everyone left to the sparkler Grand Exit glowing that they had had the privilege of celebrating with Kayla and Andy.
We’re grateful we got to participate with them as well, and thank the vendors that helped make the day a success!
Venue: Ainsley House
Photography: Andre Nguyen Photography
Florals: Sweetness and Light Floral Design
Rentals: Hartmann Studios
Catering: Michi Catering
Bartending: Best Beverage Catering
Lighting: Saier Services
Bakery: Icing on the Cake
Hair Stylist: Opus Salon
Makeup Artist: LaBelle Day Spas and Salon