A Swanky Cocktail Party at the Pavilion

We just love changing up an element of an event and cocktail hour is the perfect setting to try something new!

Usually they are hosted in our foyer, but changing up cocktail hour to the Pavilion on a gorgeous Spring evening was the perfect decision!

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Todd Events created this gorgeous palette of cream, blue, peach and blush mixed in with the greenery of the landscaping.  It was a dream!

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The guests stepped off to the side to get fancied up with bow ties, hats and parasols!  Just imagine your monogram in those roses and you’re on your way to a fabulous start to the party!

 

These blue and white linens were the perfect southern chic touch-we can totally see a cute summer dress with this pattern!

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An interactive station can be so fun and it doubles as a favor!  Betty with Scribbles and Swirls created a beautiful magnolia print and then taught the guests how to watercolor their monogram.  It’s always fun to learn something new, why should cocktail hour be any different?!

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The blue and white theme was even carried into the the bar facades, vases and custom built lounge while the giant blush & coral arrangements were the pièce de résistance!

 

As guests sipped on some of the best libations from Sourced Craft Cocktails the spring breeze drifted through the trees creating a magic moment.

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Who doesn’t love a little lounge furniture?  These pale pink and ivory settings matched perfectly against the greenery of the park and the soft touch of gold brought in just the right amount of glam.

 

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