Waffles, Eggs, and I Do’s – A Classic Mission Inn Resort Wedding
We love it when couples bring a unique twist to their weddings, and Demi and Scott’s classic Mission Inn Resort wedding really spoke to who they are as a couple.
Donesha Anthony with D’ Perfect Touch Weddings and Events handled all the details of the day, and under her direction, everything was running smoothly as Rhodes Studios captured all the precious moments.
Demi and Scott wanted their wedding colors to be classic, yet striking – they opted for white, silver, and black, and the subtle tones pulled the whole event together.
The outdoor ceremony area was simply beautiful. Scott waited eagerly, looking dapper in a charcoal gray suit. When his bride finally made her appearance, looking resplendent in a strapless sequined gown, Scott’s beaming smile said it all.
Following the I Do’s and their first kiss, Demi and Scott headed indoors for a fabulous reception, where all their breakfast favorites were laid out buffet-style. The newlyweds and their guests loaded up their plates with fresh waffles and hot omelets, enjoying their meal at round tables set with black linens.
For a hint of shimmer and sparkle, we surrounded the tables with silver Chiavari chairs with black pads. Everything shone as the guests leaned forward in their seats, watching the bride and groom take to the dance floor for their first dance.
Congratulations again, Demi and Scott! Thank you for choosing A Chair Affair; providing your wedding rentals for this classic Mission Inn Resort wedding was a pleasure. We wish you many years of happiness ahead!
Vendors: Venue: Mission Inn Resort | Hair & Makeup – Stenza Daniels, Stenza Jae Artistry, LLC | Band/DJ – Andre Mac | Ceremony Music – Andre Mac | Officiant – Pastor Todd Lamphere | Florist – Atmospheres Floral and Décor | Photographer – Rhodes Studio | Videographer – Rhodes Studio | Cake – It’s Tasty Too | Wedding Planner – Donesha Anthony, D’ Perfect Touch Weddings and Events | Wedding Sales Manager – Bri Marbais | Catering/Service Manager – Karen Schafer