Fred & Angie love ballroom dancing, so a 1940’s Supper Club wedding was the perfect fit for this dancing duo. They even hosted their wedding at a local dance studio beautifully transformed by Kindt Events with a little help from Tony Foss Flowers, Marianne’s Rentals, Innovative Event Solutions and Ideas In Ice. They even had girls toting these cute trays of candy cigarettes and chocolate cigars. Guests arrived dressed for this 1940’s occasion walking the red carpet entrance to pose for a commemorative photo with all the fun props to boot.
After some cocktails and h’orderves, Fred awaited Angie on the dance floor, where he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him, to which she replied, “I will.” Following their short and sweet ceremony, guests enjoyed dinner and dancing the night away to the tunes of the Kip Curtis Band. It was a great evening and everyone enjoyed viewing this Wedding Day Film to cap off this memorable occasion. Slip your dancing shoes on and take a peek at this fun 1940’s themed Wedding Day Edit.
Venue :: Harp’s Dance Studio
Wedding Coordinator :: Kindt Events
Florals :: Tony Foss Flowers
Rentals :: Marianne’s Rentals for Special Events
Specialty Lighting :: Innovative Event Solutions
Photography :: Sherry Lynch Photography
Photo Booth :: Paul Riedl Photography
Entertainment :: Kip Curtis Band
Caterer :: Brannon Catering
Cakes :: Straight From Heaven Bakery
Ice Sculpture :: Ideas In Ice
Transportation :: King’s Limousine
Videography :: Von Wedding Films