Bravo Cappy and thank you. You can find more of Cappy’s work on her website at http://www.cappyhotchkiss.com/
The location for this wedding was at Onteora Mountain House- please visit them at http://www.onteora.com/ I cannot say enough about this magnificent place. It is a breathtaking place and the staff is so nice and accommodating. Cappy took some nice photos of Onteora I will include.
Without sounding redundant, I will explain the ideas for this wedding. The couple Sarah and Eric were great, stylish, smart and hip. We also worked a lot with Sarah’s mother who couldn’t be nicer. The couple was inspired by these old 1940’s maps, which they laminated and wanted to use on each table. We took the linen and napkin colors from these maps. At first, our sample was in a white glass square, (see sample on May 5th post). After discussing this with the bride, she thought that Bubble Bowls would look better on top of the maps as their shape was also rounded. We totally agreed. This is a good example how important the collaborative process is.
We alternated Bubble Bowls, Urns and Manzanita branch that are small desert trees. Because I have already gone through all the flowers for this wedding on a previous post I will just feature all the wonderful shots that Cappy took. If you would like to see and read, more you can view this wedding post – Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 under June weddings.
we decorated this cake with faux leaves branches, mushrooms and rock candy
Blue Mountain Bistro/ Bistro to Go, caterered this wedding and also baked this cake.You can find them at:
They are the in house caterers for Onteora and their food is delicious.