Category : Wedding Reception

Emerald City New Year’s Eve

Posted on December 28th, 2011 by annalemberger

Ha ha ha. Ho ho ho. And a couple of tra la las! That is how you’ll laugh the night away this New Year’s Eve, like the jolly townspeople of Emerald City. Nothing says glitz and glam like a city iced in sparkling emeralds. While you probably cannot dye your eyes to match your clothes or live in an emerald encrusted palace in the land of Oz, you can incorporate emerald green into a stunning and festive new year’s eve ensemble. I fell in love with this menswear-inspired look featured on Style.com. Step out of your traditional, barely there party dresses and into an equally flattering and even more daring fitted tuxedo. Break the winter chill by adding warmth and a shock of color with a bright velvet suit coat.  You will still look fierce and feminine in gold stiletto heals. Emerald green and metallic colors create a festive and fun combination to don for New Year’s celebrations.

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On Model: Velvet, menswear-inspired suit from Dsquared2; Source: Style.com

Where to buy: Virginia Stiletto Evening Shoe; Emerald Green Friendship Bracelet   Read more »

Edible Wedding Favors: Cake Pops

Posted on December 3rd, 2011 by annalemberger

Today’s featured petite sweet wedding favor is the cake pop. Check out Knot the Groom’s edible wedding favor series.

cake pops

As a Wisconsin girl, I always considered food on a stick a novelty reserved for daring diners at the annual State Fair. Gems like cheesecake, deep fried butter, chocolate covered bacon and deep fried PB & J are just a few of the things fair goers could enjoy skewered on a stick this past summer.

Thankfully, the wedding industry has taken on this “food on a stick” popularity with a bit more class and artistry. Cake pops, cakes on a stick, are popping up in bakeries and weddings everywhere. Read more »

Edible Wedding Favors: Whoopie Pies

Posted on November 23rd, 2011 by annalemberger

Today’s featured petite sweet wedding favor is the whoopie pie. This whoopie pie post is the first of Knot the Groom’s edible wedding favor series.

Happy Thanksgiving from our family here at Knot the Groom!  Today, in honor of this very American (and delicious) holiday, we are talking about food. More specifically, the sweet treats popping up everywhere, from bakeries to Starbucks, and making their way onto wedding reception dessert tables.

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Whoopie Pies

If you have read my semi-recent post about Gwen & Kevin’s Pennsylvania farm wedding, you already have an inside scoop on the whoopie pie trend. Like newlyweds Gwen and Kevin, many couples are providing individual serving size sweets for their guests as wedding favors and special treats—like whoopie pies!  Butcher’s Farm Market made vanilla, chocolate and pumpkin flavored pies for this wedding.  Read more »

Hello Pumpkin! Fall Flavor Inspiration

Posted on November 18th, 2011 by annalemberger

Pumpkin is a quintessential fall flavor, and pumpkin pie is one of my favorite ways to use this versatile orange squash. While I crave the classics, there are some amazing and unique ways to use pumpkin flavors and smells beyond a fresh baked pie. Whether you’re getting ready for a fall-infused wedding reception, planning a festive party with friends or just want to mix it up at your Thanksgiving dinner, let these pumpkin creations dominate the senses.  Read more »

Wedding Roundup: Country Western Inspiration Board

Posted on November 12th, 2011 by annalemberger

Get out those lassos and roundup your man because it is high time for a perfectly rugged country western wedding. Horseshoe details display the luck you have had in love. The groom will look handsome in a stetson and string tie while the bride and bridesmaids stomp down the aisle in cowboy boots. Nothing says country western like a roaring barn dance. Book a live Rockabilly or Bluegrass band to make sure the line dancing lasts long into the night.

After parties are hugely popular right now. Jump on this wedding trend and do not let the party stop once the music does. Invite your guests to rest their feet around a campfire and make sticky sweet s’mores. Spread out blankets and screen an outdoor film like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

Photos by: Fillpot Photography, Delicious Designs By Jessica, WeddingWire, Steve Tinetti Photography

Where to buy: Western Love Cake Top; Country Flair Guest Book; Old Fashioned Drinking Jars   Read more »

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