When our friends from Taylor BMW reached out to help them celebrate the grand reopening of the dealership located in Evans, Georgia, we jumped right in. We knew wanted a fun celebration for the long awaited opening so we brought in Tastefully Yours & White Horse Spirits for some Bavarian-themed food and drink. Guests were encouraged to wind their way throughout the brand new dealership and admire the BMWs on display, with a beautiful charcuterie display & food in the main showroom, a full service bar in the appointments department, and a champagne & dessert bar in the services department. When it started to get dark, the electric blue lighting tinted the entire showroom in that perfect shade of blue while guests mingled among some of the newly released models. Congratulations to the entire Taylor BMW team, thank you for asking us to be a part of it! Images below by Brent Cline, see below for the full list of vendors.
Best of GB Events
April brings lots of good things to Augusta, Georgia. The Masters, beautiful weather, blooming foliage, it truly is one of the best months of the year! Therefore when a couple wants to get married in Augusta during the month of April, we completely understand! It is just too good of an opportunity to pass up!
Andrea & Patrick held their wedding at the beautiful Augusta Country Club, a special place to both families. When Patrick's mother, Michele, approached us about helping with the rehearsal dinner we jumped at the chance to be involved! After Michele decided to showcase a different part of the Club that isn't frequently used for events, we got to work imagining ways to bring a fresh look to the Summer House.
With the last name Bird, we all got a little creative with how we could tastefully incorporate some feathered friends into the event design. For that we enlisted the help of our talented friend, Kat McCall, to create some custom watercolors for the paper goods, including invitations, menu cards, table numbers, and escort cards.
To tie it all together, we pulled the blues, greens, and hints of orange of the watercolor design's color palate into the floral & event design. The arrangements were a colorful composition of blue & green hydrangea, garden roses, orchids, tulips, hellebores, and veronica. We carried these same tones into the event design and loved the way the rattan chargers popped off the blue of the table linens. Adding some palms into the room brightened everything up and the market lights outside made the whole evening feel so much more festive!
See the images below our friend Lauren Carnes took of the gorgeous night. Thanks to the Bird family for letting us be a part of it!
When Ansley and her mom, Dianne, came to us last January we knew we were in for a fun design process! They already had some of their vendors booked and a vision in mind for Ansley and Richard's winter wedding day. Sacred Heart, big band, big bar, lots of pretty florals, and lots of fun. We instantly knew the feeling we wanted the event to embody and jumped right into the design process headfirst.
Sacred Heart is such a beautiful venue and it doesn't take much to turn it into something spectacular, however we wanted this wedding to be unlike anything any one had seen yet in this space. We started with a beautiful white wooden bar to anchor the overall event design, including the spectacular gold and glass bar backs that our floral designers decked out in hydrangea and garden roses. Once the candles were lit, the whole display glowed beautifully at the center of the cathedral.
More specialty rentals included the round banquettes topped with massive urns spilling over with florals and the coordinating lounge seating for guests to relax in while watching the bride and groom dance the night away to the incredible Perfect 10 Band.
Of course with Sacred Heart comes the spectacular marble altar. Our floral design team adorned it with smilax (from grandma's garden!), florals galore, and plenty of candles which made it the perfect backdrop for the band.
One of our personal favorite details from the day were the dove grey velvet linens and candles lining all the stained glass windows around the venue. It was those extra touches that really made this wedding unique, one-of-a-kind, and nothing like what has been done in that space before.
The wedding day itself was a beautiful, crisp, sunny January day here in Augusta. The ceremony took place at Trinity on the Hill and the images shot by the talented Amy Noon Free of the bridal party just perfectly encapsulate the beauty of this bride, couple, and families that we got to know throughout this process.
Scroll through the images below to see more of this incredible day. All the portrait, ceremony, and reception images were shot by our newest vendor friend Amy Noon Free! The reception details shots are by our sweet friend Lauren Carnes (thank you Lauren for coming and shoot these images for us!). We also list the fantastic vendor team that we were so lucky to have on our side for this one!
Event Design & Coordination: Greg Boulus Events | Floral Design: Charleston Street Fine Flowers | Invitation & Ceremony Programs: Charleston Street | Venue: Sacred Heart Cultural Center | Portrait, Ceremony, & Reception Photography: Amy Noon Free | Venue Detail Photography: Lauren Carnes Photography | Catering: Tastefully Yours Catering | Band: Perfect 10 Band | Cake Designer: Lila Greene | Hair & Make-up: Cucumber and Mint | Transportation: Southstar Trolley