Peacock Themed Wedding!

This past Sunday, July 3rd, we had a wedding outside at the Allegheny Grille in Foxburg, PA.  Below I asked our Day Director Julie Mason a few questions to illustrate the decor of the wedding.

TTT: What is the overall theme of the wedding?

JM: A subtle peacock theme

TTT: How will the tents be decorated?

JM: A mix of teal, raspberry and white linens… Uplighting within the tent, with the focus on the amazing peacock cake Uzi’s Pastries has created!

TTT: What is their color scheme?

JM: Teal, raspberry, wine, garnet, and white

TTT: How many guests will be attending the wedding?

JM: 86 guests

TTT: Who will the bride be wearing and what style of dress?

JM: Eugenia- Sweetheart style with a full skirt

TTT: What unique decorations are you using for this Peacock themed wedding?

JM:  Colorful and unique linens, a beautiful peacock cake, citronella candles wrapped in peacock ribbon, a horse-drawn carriage, and peacock soaps as favors

Reception Venue: Allegheny Grille

Lighting: Wedding Boutique North

Wedding Planner: Julie Mason of Trends to Traditions

Cake: Uzi’s Pastries

About Trends To Traditions

From a complimentary consultation to all inclusive coordination, we offer customized packages and guidance for over 70 possible wedding aspects and service providers. We serve the couple as: coordinator, director, etiquette coach, business manager, family mediator, creative planner, referee, and friend. We evaluate the couple’s needs and desires and match them to the vendors who will best meet their criteria. We help them budget most appropriately, according to their priorities. As Pittsburgh Wedding Planners, we negotiate for better prices and perks. We orchestrate the event from start to finish or simply help a client find one specific service. Katherine Shaw, owner, graduated from Theatre and Film school in 1992. Until the turn of the century, she planned events for the NFL, NHL, the AFL, and the WB network. She is certified as a Wedding Director through the National Bridal Service, is a member of the Association of Bridal Consultants, and has coordinated at least partial aspects of over 600 weddings and events in her career. She is supported by a talented staff with an impressive and diverse background. View all posts by Trends To Traditions

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