Details from VIP Lounge

We turned the prefunction space at the Radisson into a cocktail lounge, rather, a VIP lounge. There were two bars, one on either side of the room and the color scheme in this room was black and white with hot pink accents.

Any images without an asterisk (*) were not taken by a professional. All others were taken by Mitch Ranger.

Guests came up the escalator and were greeted by the escort card table. The buddha on the table was actually part of our home décor before the wedding. As a last minute decision, I told Corinne that I would bring it in case she could use it and I loved where she ended up putting it. The Radisson set up all the little escort cards I made.

Escort Card table with DIY cards

Escort Card table with DIY cards

Escort Card table with DIY cards

Then, they turned and found their seats on the very simple table map. I made it simple as to not take away from what they’d find behind the first post…

…which was our VIP lounge areas. Corinne hung up the panels I made to separate the little areas.

VIP cocktail lounge area at wedding reception

They were also behind the bar
VIP cocktail lounge area at wedding reception

VIP cocktail lounge area at wedding reception

VIP cocktail lounge area at wedding reception

My panels!
VIP cocktail lounge area at wedding reception

She designed the coral centerpieces on the modern tables and brought in modern furniture to bring our theme to life. I brought the candle votives which were previously puchased at Ikea.

Centerpieces on VIP lounge tables at wedding reception

Centerpieces on VIP lounge tables at wedding reception

There were four cocktail tables that guests could stand at and sign our guestbook cards. There were awesome centerpieces on each of them along with the box of guestbook cards. I LOVE mokara orchids.

Centerpieces on cocktail tables at wedding reception

DIY Guestbook cards

The guestbook was also placed by the room entrance for guests to deposit their messages.

Guestbook Scrapbook

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