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Monday, December 1, 2014

Holiday Party: Candy Cane Christmas Decorations, Hosted by McCoy Mills Ford, Fullerton, CA | Table7 Events

My love for stripes has never been a secret, so of course I am naturally drawn to the candy cane during the holidays.  I found some fun ways to incorporate the tasty little peppermint cane into this holiday party.  

Drink recipe plus a few decor tips and tricks I used below...

DIY:  Crushed Peppermint Votives...
I like to experiment!  Sometimes my ideas work, sometimes I fail, but I think this one was a success.  I had recently done glittered votives, so I decided to try it with crushed candy cane.  I bought some inexpensive clear glass votives, lightly brushed them with slightly watered down tacky glue and rolled them in the candy cane.  Something a little different and unexpected.  You can see the votive in the photo above and I also got a bit adventurous and dipped the corner of the "signature drink" frame at the top.  *A little warm water and the glue and mints came right off, so we can reuse everything.

The Christmas tree at McCoy Mills Ford was all jewel toned when I arrived.  I kept anything silver and red on the tree, added a few large ornaments along with the candy canes to tie in the rest of the decor.

Fact:  Only 10% of your guests will remember the details!  What they will remember is the food, so it is always wise to put a good portion of your budget and energy toward creating the menu.

Peppermint Pina Colada:
3 oz.  Canned Coconut Milk
1 oz.  Pineapple Juice
1 1/2 oz.  White Rum
2  Candy Canes
Fresh Mint for Garnish

Directions:  In a shaker, combine coconut milk, pineapple juice and rum with ice.  Crush one of the candy canes and place in the glass, then pour the colada mixture into the glass.  (This will give the drink the light pink color.)  Garnish with fresh mint and a full candy cane.
*This is best made as a batch drink ahead of time with the crushed peppermint melting ahead of time to create the right color.
(Recipe courtesy of


Event Coordination:  TABLE7 EVENTS
Photo Credit:  STUDIO EMP
Decor and Design:  TABLE7 EVENTS
Catering / Bar Service:  JAYS CATERING

Friday, October 3, 2014

Richard Nixon Library, Yorba Linda Wedding, Steffanie + Mike | Table7 Events

I wanted to wait for the perfect time to release this wedding blog and what better month, than my very favorite, October!

If you saw our Cemetery Engagement Session post back in April, you know just how excited we were to plan Steffanie and Mike's "Nightmare Before Christmas" inspired wedding.  Of course, it turned out to be more perfect than we could have imagined. 

Not only do we adore this couple, but we were in love with all of their ideas for the theme. The invites, dresses, bouquets and boutonnieres, cake, guestbook, table settings and centerpieces, grand entrance, and everything in between each had a touch of unique style from The Nightmare Before Christmas.  From pumpkins and coffins to Jack Skellington silhouettes, this wedding would be any Tim Burton fan's dream!  White and black with cobalt blue accents was the perfect color scheme for Steffanie and Mike's special day. With a little bit of Christmas, a little bit of Halloween, and a beautiful May afternoon, we had the best of all seasons to make this day truly magical. 

Steffanie's beautiful daughter, Alison, played a major role in Steffanie and Mike's day.  From the first look to the ceremony and the couple's grand entrance at the reception.  We were so happy to see Mike get to share this special day with two of the most important ladies in his life and to watch them become one family.  After a perfect evening of saying "I do", taking hundreds of fun photos around the Nixon Library, and dancing the night away, the couple departed, surrounded by their loved ones cheering and waving sparklers, as they headed back to the Disney Grand Hotel in a vintage limousine. 

Just like Jack and Sally, it is plain to see, that Steffanie and Mike are simply meant to be!

And they lived happily ever after!

Wedding Coordination: TABLE 7 EVENTS, INC.

Specialty Rentals:  FORM DECOR
Transportation:  CLASSIC LIMOS

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Los Coyotes Country Club, Orange County Wedding: Kamryn + Blake | Table7 Events

Kamryn and her girls were nothing short of fabulous, and we were so excited to see her say "I Do" to her dashing fiance, Blake.  These two were so much fun, and we had a wonderful time coordinating her glamorous day.  Royal purples and stunning violets were Kamryn's choice of colors, and we were certainly digging her style.  Her bridesmaids rocked floor length, plum gowns, while the groomsmen sported gray vests and plum ties.

The ceremony was held on the terrace of Los Coyotes Country Club, overlooking the beautiful golf course.   Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed a fabulous meal, also catered by Los Coyotes, and a night of photo booth fun and non-stop dancing.  We were especially loving Kamryn and Blake's colorful shades as they lead the dance party.

We were so blessed to have been a part of this incredible day, and we wish Kamryn and Blake the best! It was a beautiful celebration for a beautiful couple, and we hope you enjoy the photos as much as we have.

Congratulations Kamryn and Blake!

Check out the Wedding Highlight Reel!!!

Wedding Venue:  Los Coyotes Country Club
Photographer: Jessica Lee Thomas
Videographer:  Matthew Komorous
Cake Design:  Creative Cakes
DJ / Photobooth:  Invisible Touch