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The ceremony is finished, the couple has been announced as husband and wife, and it’s time to celebrate and kick off an unforgettable reception with a vibrant cocktail hour! This ‘Toast of the Town’ cocktail hour inspiration from Tammy’s Table features vintage details, pops of bright, summery colors and, of course, yummy drinks. In this scene, the bride and groom exit their gorgeous chapel ceremony and spend a few moments together soaking it all in at the lounge area courtesy of Adorn Vintage Rentals. The bride looks ravishing in a cream-colored long-sleeve illusion lace gown from Unbridaled, a classic updo by Callie Elizabeth Hair and a bold makeup palette by Hey Doll Beauty. In fact, everything about this color scheme is bold and vibrant, playing off the venue’s signature red double doors, from the florals by Bramble & Bee packing a punch to the cake from Cakes by Gina with bold floral accents. Playful calligraphy and signage by Half Moon Lettering invites guests to grab a fun popsicle-inspired beverage and find their seat in the reception hall. Captured beautifully by FulleyLove Photography, this vibrant cocktail hour scene is inviting, bright and fun all the way around. Cheers!

Photos // Fulleylove Photography

From the planner, Tamarah Smith of Tammy’s Table: “Cocktail hour kicks off the anticipated wedding reception and is typically the starting line of fun for my bride and groom. During this time, the atmosphere is buzzing with happy people, and it’s so nice to see friends and family sharing hugs, laughs and sweet sentiments as they catch up over a cold drink. I carried out a vibrant and berry-filled color scheme at The Carriage House, which has the sweetest back patio. Each glass of bubbly was garnished with a fruit-flavored popsicle and we also implemented a southern self-serve drink station complete with pink lemonade!”

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TAGS: Outdoor, Rustic, Barn, Spring, Summer, Fall Winter 2018
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