Breaking The Mold From Traditional Wedding Cakes
As a centerpiece of the wedding reception, wedding cakes are the bride's opportunity to make a major style statement. I've seen all types of wedding cakes during the last 20 years in this business. But many brides are beginning to break the mold to try something different. Some don't particularly like the taste of something sweet, and some simply prefer to serve something a little more distinctive for the dessert course. Check out this refreshing idea and new spin on the "cheese cake."
Annual Bridal Open House
The Club recently held our annual Bridal Open House as follow-up to the Fort Worth Star Telegram Bridal Show in January. We were lucky enough to showcase over 10 different vendors for this event. One of these vendors, Vintage Sparkle, “collects memories from the past and transforms them to tell your story.” Additionally, Vella Nest Florist designed the mantle to perfection. Take a look at some of the photos from the night.
2017 Wedding Trend
It’s that time of year that wedding design lovers around the Country await excitedly, curious to see what color trends will be popular in the next season’s brides choices. The recent release of Pantone’s Spring 2017 Color Report doesn’t disappoint in bringing more wedding trends with it and fits perfectly for our golf course. Greenery is officially in the line-up, and since everyone loves the trend toward all hues of fresh and friendly greens, there is no doubt we’ll be seeing a lot of green wedding color palettes in the coming months. The Pantone team described the color as calming and meant to inspire new beginnings.
Don't Forget The Groom?
There’s always a lot of talk about what the bride will wear on her big day but grooms need some love too!
Sometimes the idea of wearing traditional floral wedding boutonnieres makes your fashionable fiancé freeze in his tracks, not to worry.
Check out these traditional and nontraditional options for the fashion forward groom.
Boutonnieres, as the name suggests, originally were attached through the lapel buttonhole.
Since many suits today do not have functional buttonholes, the flower is often simply pinned to the left lapel with the stem downward.
A New Trend in Wedding Cakes
Instead of frosting the outside of your wedding cake with layers of fondant and buttercream, many bakers are increasing the amount of filling between cake tiers and leaving the edges of layers exposed! It's called the naked cake!
Check out these pics!!