Tyler & Trent tied the knot earlier this month on Cinco De Mayo. Their wedding ceremony was intimate, unique and unforgettable.
This couple was so much fun to work with from start to end! We loved Tyler's fun style and easy going spirit. Scroll down to get a peek of their big day!
The bride and groom chose to have their ceremony in our Chandelier Room. Their backdrop was personalized for a more romantic look with vertical hanging greenery.
Their intimate ceremony was perfect for Tyler and Trent.
The reception tables were made complete with fruitwood folding chairs, gold votives and velvet citron linens. Tori Brinson Design designed the floral centerpieces that tied all of the warm hues together perfectly.
The catering was provided by Taco Mama which gave nod to the Cinco De Mayo feel. Nachos, tacos and guacamole were all guests needed for this fun reception.
And let's not forget about the delicious desserts!
Tyler chose to offer guests a variety of cake flavors and options - but one stood out to me in particular. Notice anything unusual about one of the cakes?
Hint: One of them is not a cake at all!
As it turns out, the groom is not a huge fan of sweets. So, the bride had a custom cornbread "cake" made instead!
With layers of queso and a pop of jajalpeno peppers, this groom's cake was sure to make a statement. We loved how Tyler made sure Trent had a groom's cake that was just right and not too sweet.
We loved getting share Cinco De Mayo with such a great group of people. There was no grand sparkler send off for the newlywed couple - just two people surrounded by their family and friends for a night filled with fun and laughter.
Congratulations again to Mr. & Mrs. Globetti, we wish you a lifetime of happiness! Salud!
always more to come!