As always, it has been very busy here at Exquisite Productions with two weddings this past weekend. They both had timeless looks and beautiful themes. When I first met with Marietta, she was very clear on the look she wanted to achieve. She wanted an old world motif that matched the decor of the Coral Room at the Coral Gables Women's Club. We suggested chair covers with gold tassels instead of the very popular chiavarri's. I know what you're thinking, chair covers? Yes! The end result was a definite homage to old world decor with this royal like accessory. They also ate like royalty! Guests feasted on a duet plate of churrasco with chimichurri, chicken chardonnay, garlic mashed potatoes and mediterranean vegetables. Our Argentinian style beef empanadas with our signature mango salsa was a huge hit too! My favorite part of the night (besides the delicious food, of course) was the choreographed harlem shake dance coordinated by guests as a surprise to the newly weds. What an amazing crowd! Congrats to Marietta and Luis!!
Have a sweet tooth? We do! Especially, when it comes to the cakes made by our cake specialists at Edda's Cake Designs and Ana Paz Cakes. We have been using them for over 15 years, offering them to clients in our full service packages. Their professionalism and ability to create our client's cake creations is by far the best in the industry. Offering an array of flavors and designs that will not only have your guests asking for seconds, but they are sure to say how absolutely gorgeous your wedding cake is! Check out these beautiful cakes from our most recent clients!
Lately all our brides have gone gaga over wanting a vintage themed wedding. They seem to choose very similar color schemes of muted colored flowers, gold & brassy accents with hints of champagne and ivory. Oh, and blush pink! We can't forget the blush pink. This color palette serves as a more timeless chic look, and we at Exquisite Productions can't seem to get enough of it!
Love is in the air this Spring! Brittney and Randall choose to bind their love at the Douglas Entrance in Coral Gables. The day was blessed with a wonderful rain shower (it's good luck to have rain on your wedding day!) and the ceremony had to be relocated to the venue's Arch Room next to the ballroom. That's one of the great things about Douglas Entrance - it has a back up plan and it looks like a little church! After their 'I dos' guests entered the ballroom lavished in turquoise, lime green and white, swirling in the delicious scent of sweet plantain mash, pepper steak and yellow saffron rice. Guests enjoyed dancing with festive masks to beats of island music, as the couple celebrated their beautiful day. Congrats!!