Thursday, August 2, 2012

A Carnival Wedding ~ pt. 2 ~ The Reception

The Wedding Reception was held in a glorious old brick building (complete with the original tin stamped ceiling) not too far north of downtown Denver.


The building at one time had a dance hall upstairs and the current owners are restoring the building, including the dance hall, to its former glory. The venue is called The Savoy at Curtis Park. The location of the venue had a special connection for the Bride and Groom - they met at a bar that's located just around the corner.


Instead of wedding favors, the Bride and Groom had a candy buffet. Guests were invited to take a bag (or two) of candy home with them. And yes, the candy was in the Bride's colors - red, white and shades of turquoise blue.




The wedding cake reflected the carnival theme.




There was dancing and celebrating until the wee hours of the night.

4 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Could it be said they were "Stompin' at the Savoy"? That candy buffet is a marvelous idea!

Robin Larkspur said...

The candy treats is a super idea! The wedding couple look very sweet dancing together. What a beautiful cake!!

Wendy the (Very Good Witch) said...

I just love the whole idea of a vintage Carnival Wedding/Party. Would love to attend such an affair....how nice! Hope you are doing well. I think of you every time I look up on my shelf and see my beautiful 'pumpkin faerie'! :o)
hugs, Wendy

Introverted Art said...

The cake looked superb and I love the theme. The first dance looked amazing.