When we first met with Alexis and Scott, their energy and love was just infectious. We were beyond excited when they told us they wanted to plan a 1920’s theme wedding. We didn’t want to take the design so far that it felt like a costume party, but we wanted guests to feel like they were transported into an era of dancing, creative libations, and great food, all in a speakeasy style.
The ceremony set the tone with a wall of lights behind the stage with a baby grand piano in the corner. The bride carried a custom broach bouquet and the bridesmaids carried amazing feather fans instead of traditional flowers. With the help of Design Works, we transformed the Kevin Taylor Opera House into the perfect 1920’s speakeasy. We utilized candles and mirrors to create a romantic glow and custom made a 7′ tall bar sign that was a focal decor point in the room.
Pink champagne bottles served as escort cards and table numbers. Guests enjoyed a tasty cake that was designed to match their amazing art deco invitations. Guests had a blast in the photo booth. After dinner, the dance floor was the place to be! So much so that the bride and groom couldn’t stop dancing to sign their marriage license so we made it official by signing the paperwork on a groomsmen’s back on the dance floor!
The bride and groom did a grand exit to a stream of silver poppers and hopped on their getaway pedicab. We had a blast planning this wedding and wish Alexis and Scott a lifetime of love and dancing on the tables!
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Event Professional Team:
Venue :: Kevin Taylor Opera House
Photography :: Zorn Photography
Cinematography :: Pure Cinematography
Entertainment :: Elite DJ
Photobooth :: ShutterBooth
Decor & Florals :: Design Works
Cake :: Intricate Icings
Hair & Makeup :: Beauty on Location by Liz
Transportation :: A Advantage Limo & Denver Trike Company
Escort cards and table numbers :: Let’s Be Personal
Invitations :: Cloud 9 Papers
Programs and signs :: New Leaf Creative