Tiny Weddings

With the new circumstances revolving around our current pandemic, the wedding industry is seeing lots of changes and modifications. We did our first in these new times and it was actually very lovely. Our clients were set to marry at the bride’s childhood home with a big reception to follow. Instead, immediate family gathered at the home for a ceremony that was also streamed via Zoom for all of the guests to see. Everyone gathered in the garden for an elegant BBQ supper afterwards. A large celebration will still take place in October, so that the couple can still have the wedding of their dreams.

Anne Rhett took care of all of the lovely images. Lettered Olive worked with our clients to create elegant letterpress printing pieces. A couple of twists on traditional pieces included spring green ink, and a hand illustrated crest. The bride selected the Meadow gown by Modern Trousseau.

With mask wearing musicians playing in the garden, the bride was escorted down a floral petal path by her father. The couple married under a floral arch in the back garden.

After the ceremony, guests lounged on the piazza with a champagne station featuring a Soiree signature orchid, and strawberries. A perfectly precious dinner was served in the garden afterwards, complete with a lovely cake by Jim Smeal.

With the honeymoon postponned until after the big celebration, the couple departed for a local hotel but with a bottle of Dom Perignon in tow!