The wedding gets the inspiration from fall. The main colors are brow, gold and deep orange. The venue decoration will be soft, warm and detailed with used materials from nature. In addition the venue will be a little bit rustic, warm and cozy. This wedding fits for the couple who wants warm atmosphere with candles, dark colors and likes fall of course. Both the ceremony and reception is held in the same place.
Options: Vanha Viilatehdas (Vantaa), Agroksenmäen holvikellari and Taulun kartano (Kankainen near to Jyväskylä).
The bride will wear a white A-line dress with sleeves. The outfit includes gold colored heels and a bouquet of mixed fall color flowers. The hair will be in loose bun with a hairpiece and make up quite soft with red lipstick. The bridesmaids wear deep orange dresses and brown colored heels. Their hair is open, curly and they have same kind of bouquets than the bride but only smaller. The groom will wear a brown suit with white dress shirt and orange tie. He has also the orange colored boutonniere.
The food will be as local as possible and also made by season raw materials. A three course supper is served to the tables. The starter is mushroom soup with bread and the main course moose steak with potatoes, season vegetables and red wine sauce. There is also vegetarian choice for the main course. The dessert will be the only one which is not served to tables but there will be a dessert table including wedding cake, pralines, orange and brown macarons. The beverages are also served to tables; red/white wine, beer and homemade apple juice.
The wedding day includes also some program. There will be a live band playing relaxed music during the supper and later on the evening some dance music. The bridesmaids have planned funny games for the wedding couple plus there will be wedding couple’s first dance, cutting the wedding cake and the high point which is stand-up comedy show. The show will be also surprise for the couple. After the evening the wedding couple leaves to spend their wedding night.
Text by Senja Korhonen and Johanna Nivakoski