“Wow” is probably the best word to describe Kelly and Steven’s wedding at the Witte Museum. With 600 guests expected, we had to make sure they were cool, comfortable and entertained. We did not disappoint. Port-A-Coolers dotted the outside perimeter of the tent, where bars, food stations and cocktail tables greeted guests as they arrived through the Frost Gate. An air conditioned, 40×50 tent was placed in the middle of the courtyard to provide guests an oasis from the heat. It also housed a magnificent buffet made completely of ice! Once inside the museum, guests found a myriad of delicacies, including sushi prepared by “iron chefs.” After sampling the numerous buffets, guests boogied down to the tunes of SKYROCKET! It was a night many will never forget.
Thank you Kelly and Steven for letting me be part of your special day. Here are the other vendors who made this wedding an immense success!
Church: Alamo Heights United Methodist Church
Reception Venue: Witte Museum
Photography: David Sixt
Videography: Our Wedding Video
Caterer: Fresh Horizons Creative Catering
Florist: Trinity Flowers
Tent: Marquee Event Group
Lighting: Ilios Lighting
Guitarist: George Gaytan
LED Furniture: Southwest Party Productions
Witte Museum Prassel Ballroom “Before”
The Witte Museum Prassel Ballroom “After.” Some transformation huh?