Best Music Inspired Wedding Moments of 2010-2011

Our 2010-2011 wedding season brought some of our all time favorite musical moments; from Fleetwood Mac and Sting on strings for a bridal processional, to iconic album covers as table names, and our amazing "Love Actually" inspired "All You Need Is Love" ceremony surprise, they each brought a beautifully personal touch to our couples' wedding days and gave us truly inspired moments.  Take a peek at our favorites.

Becky & Bob were married last October and hosted their reception in the Music Hall at the House of Blues.  LOVE this shot of the two of them in the Prayer Room at The Foundation Room inside HOB!

We also loved the bridesmaids' jewel toned dresses, each with a different complimentary bouquet from Vase to Vase to show off their color choice.  ♥♥♥

It was a fantastic party, and being at the House of Blues we knew we wanted to incorporate music in a way that made sense for the venue without being over the top.  We chose to do this by naming each of the guest tables after an iconic artist/album.  Some of our favorite selections?  Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, and Prince.  Guests' names were listed on the back of the album cover like a track listing and a mini sized album was placed on the guest tables so they could find their places.

Margaret & Tony were married in May and hosted their reception at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  Margaret & Tony not only had some wonderful music-centric elements to their wedding design, but also used one of our favorite color palettes ever!  The colors for the day were yellow, persimmon, and navy; a truly striking combination (but we'll post more on that later).  Our guests got a taste of what to expect from their evening straight out of the gate with a save the date inspired by a concert promo poster.  We absolutely LOVED this! 

Here are some fun shots of our bride & groom and their bridal party pre-reception from Making the Moment Photography.

Margaret & Tony also decided to incorporate music into their guest table assignments.  Each table was named after a song title including a number (i.e. "Love Potion Number 9") and we had over 20 tables of guests!  Here are a few of our favorites: 

This last music feature is up there in terms of our most emotional wedding moments.  Bride, Mandy wanted to surprise her groom, Scott with a real life version of one of their favorite movie scenes.  We worked very closely for months with Scott & Geoff at Jerry Bruno Productions to pull off this "Love Actually" inspired surprise.  Watch this video from Z Media for our version of "All You Need Is Love".