The historic French Quarter in downtown Dothan, Alabama, was the setting for a bridesmaid’s luncheon I helped host several weeks ago to honor a special family friend, Jennifer Hewitt. This charming venue, resplendent of old-world charm, was the perfect setting to celebrate with bridesmaids, relatives, and close family friends.
Another fabulous job by Kelsey Barnard Catering.
Late summer flowers arranged in vintage silver pieces and Tuscan style containers made eye-catching tablescapes.
Kelsey used different patterns of family china from the collections of her Mother and Grandmother for the lovely table settings.
I created a special place marker for the bride featuring a bouquet with blush roses, hydrangea, and Angelonia. The bouquet was secured with a monogrammed linen hand towel.
The bride wore a gorgeous bracelet which belonged to her maternal grandmother.
Mothers of the groom and bride..
The radiant bride surrounded by her bridal attendants.
No on to another historic Dothan building, The Depot off Main, a hundred year old freight train depot,which was the setting for the rehearsal dinner.
Guests were invited to sign their best wishes on a lovely stone etched with the initial “S” TO represent ” Stone” and the wedding date.
A whimsical bride and groom greeted the guests as they entered the dining area.
Rachel Barrentine, a well known local floral designer, created rustic tablescapes incorporating birch and iron vessels that were filled with hydrangea and roses. Mercury glass votives and cut tree rounds added interest to the table tops.
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