Mickala had booked the venue when it was not much more than a dream in the owner’s eye. We were going on architectural drawings and keeping our fingers crossed that it was going to be something special and it was. The whole wedding was pretty spectacular.
After the ceremony, everyone left for Zen where the reception was to take place. Once there they were greeted by a cocktail hour out in the garden area. There was an open bar along with cheese, fruit and hors d’oeuvres.
Once inside the reception area, guests were blown away by the elegance of the pale ivory linens topped by ivory pin tuck overlays. There was a rectangular bridal party table in the center of the room surround by round tables for the guests. Guests were seated in chivari chairs with ivory cushions. There was a white lounge area upstairs in the loft.
Flowers were soft cream and ivory calla’s mixed with hydrangea, roses and curly willow. There was a mixture of both tall and short centerpieces in glass cubes adding excitement and texture to the room.Mickala had found a cake pictured in a magazine that she loved and Kathy and Company reproduced it perfectly. It was pale ivory with fondant lace and white ribbon on each layer. It was quite the show stopper.
Dinner was a down home southern buffet. Fried chicken, prime rib, mac and cheese, green beans, salad and cheese biscuits had the guests mouths watering.
After dinner guests were entertained by the band The Uptown Players Band.
All and all it was a fantastic evening and event. I can't wait to see the professional pictures. As soon as they come I will share them.
Wedding Planner – Willrich Bridal and Special Events
Reception Venue – Zen
Florist – Memories by McMillan
Cake – Kathy and Company
Rentals - Professional Party Rentals
Transportation – Eastside Transportation
Band – Uptown Players Band
Ceremony Music – Strings For Things
Photographers – Courtney Stuart and Zahra Omer
Caterer – Mary’s Restaurant