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Annie and Web September 25, 2010 Four Seasons Hotel
Simply Weddings Las Vegas │ Las Vegas Wedding Planner

Annie and Web met in 2008. Their friends Missy Grace and Samantha Schreck set them up on a blind date in Portland Oregon.  This was the first blind date that either one of them had ever been on and needless to say, a little hesitant and nervous about what to expect. As it turned out, it was one of the best decisions they ever made.

That date was just the first of many more romantic dates to follow. BUT there was one date in particular that stands out from the rest, a weekend getaway to Las Vegas. This was the first time they exchanged those very important words “I Love You”. This is one of the reasons why they have chosen the destination of Las Vegas to exchange the even more important words “I Do”.

The pool at the Four Seasons was the perfect location for Annie and Web’s Vintage Vegas themed wedding.  Annie wanted everything to be in soft colors of white, cream and blush tones.  This color scheme went perfectly with the existing décor at the Four Seasons, and it was such an elegant affair.

The ceremony took place in front of the gorgeous Fountain Terrace.  Surrounded by their closest Family and Friends, Annie and Web enjoyed a beautiful sunset ceremony.  While traveling around taking photos, Annie and Web’s guests had the opportunity to have cocktails and Hors D’Oeuvres on the upper terrace of the Four Seasons Pool.  Having only closed the pool an hour prior, the Four Seasons staff worked quickly to remove the lounge furniture at the pool in order to make room for all of the décor that was rented from Destinations by Design.  When the lower deck of the pool had been transformed, guests were wowed by the beautiful décor that had been put together.  Gorgeous crystal chandeliers hung above the tables that were beneath a white lattice awning.  A mixture of Chivari chairs and oversized white button booths provided seating for the guests while they dined on exquisite food.   When Annie changed into her reception dress, the party really got going, as guests let loose and had fun dancing the night away.