On to the final blog post for Rebecca and Ryan’s breathtaking wedding at the Biltmore Estate. After their guest enjoyed a first floor tour of the Biltmore House, they sipped on cocktails on the Library Terrace while the families took pictures. Then guests entered the grand tent, so exquisitely decorated with flowers by The Bloom Room, to be treated to a phenomenal dinner, a colorful fireworks display and a packed dance floor. Rebecca wanted to add personal touches wherever she could. This woman has skills, and for their guestbook she cross-stitched the entire Biltmore House and their names in the center of a vintage table cloth. Every guest signed along the edge of the table cloth, and this is something Ryan and Rebecca will treasure forever in their home. Rebecca also cross-stitched every table number on vintage doilies. How incredible is that!
As I said before, the weather was perfect on this special night, and the sunset was one of the prettiest I have ever seen. God was smiling down on these two, and it was a joy to watch. Ryan and Rebecca are such an amazing match, and they didn’t stop glowing the entire night. I can’t help but smile as I reminiscence on this day, and I am honored to be able to share it with you all. THANK YOU to all involved that made this weekend possible. I could never do what I do without so many top-notch vendors.
Photographer: Woodward + Rick
Florist: The Bloom Room
Film: Life Stage Films
Hair: Lola Salon and Gallery
DJ: Split Second Sound
Tent, Lounges, Draping, Lighting: Classic Event Rental
Chargers & Linens: BBJ
If you missed it, check out the ceremony, rehearsal dinner, and bridal portraits.