Sadly, the final chapter in Ashlyn & Curt’s wedding has come upon us, but on the brighter side, Part III has the “Partay!” and we were so happy we could be a part of it. Double Creek Crossing was accented in emerald green light, provided by RDM Audio, but the show case was the Ashlyn and Curt’s first dance. Boy, did they cut a rug! Secretly the groom had been working on his dancing and choreography with his sister, who teaches ballroom dancing in her spare time. You can imagine Ashlyn’s surprise as Curt spun her around the dance floor like a pro! After their dance, the bride and groom sat at their head table, adorned with natural oak centerpieces, mason jars with tea lights for an intimate / romantic feel, all atop a lace / doily tablecloth, while their antique chairs held their oak labels with Mr. & Mrs. The guest tables held a bit more elaborate setup with a bronze table cover to keep her country chic theme, in addition to vases and hurricanes filled with granny smith apples, and others with coffee beans, accented with vintage emerald glassware encompassing the same tea light / mason jar and tiered oak slivers. A candy bar with some of the couple’s favorite sweets filled the entryway, including some home-made caramel apples labeled with the couple’s names their wedding date and a phrase “Love is Sweet.” Once the guests had a chance to enjoy the intimate atmosphere, the real party started with the DJ from Livewire kicking it up a notch and some good ol’ Texas country. After the cake had been cut, the garter, and the bouquet thrown, it was time for the last dances then the grand exit. Flower petals filled the night air as Ashlyn & Curt said goodbye to their guests. Curt gently lifted his new bride into their getaway vehicle (I don’t think that there’s anything legal that could stop his truck), and drive off into the cool, country night. We’re so happy to have had a chance to work with these two, and not only can we call them awesome clients, but now we can call them some of our best friends. Congrats again you two!