Katherine + Brian

Katherine and Brian celebrated their wedding day at Grosse Pointe's Memorial Church and the Country Club of Detroit.  Fandangle worked with the bride and groom to create monogrammed guest favors in the form of French macarons in the couple's wedding colors.

Photos courtesy of Daphne Doerr Photography.




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Pamela + James

Pamela and James's Cambridge, Massachusetts wedding took place at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center (CMAC).  Fandangle was met with the challenge of creating centerpieces for guest seating tables in a location with an enormously high ceiling, that did not allow candles, and without using flowers.  Our lamp centerpieces filled with lemons solved all three of these problems.  Fandangle also designed this couple's save the date cards, invitation suite, and corresponding printed materials to lend a  cohesive look throughout the entire event.  Visit Style Me Pretty Massachusetts for a lovely blog post about this sweet event!

Photos courtesy of Suzanna March Photography.





MeliSsa + Adam

We worked with Melissa and Adam to create a wedding filled with industrial elegance at the historic Ford Piquette Avenue Plant.  Inspired by the look of an overgrown English garden, the couple personalized every aspect of their day, from the black + white + emerald green color palette to the custom napkins.  The wedding was featured in the Winter/Spring 2012 issue of Metro Detroit Weddings Magazine.

Photos courtesy of Daphne Doerr Photography.



Mori + Geoff

Mori and Geoff chose the gilded ballroom of the newly-renovated Colony Club in downtown Detroit as the venue for their wedding reception.  Fandangle worked with Mori and Geoff to create a purple and gold candy bar for their wedding guests, complete with takeaway boxes personalized with the couple's monogram.

Photos courtesy of A Pair of Photographers.






Megan and Pauly are another couple who couldn't pass up the chance to celebrate at the historic Piquette Avenue Automotive Heritage Complex.  They too chose the T-Plex as the site for both their wedding ceremony and reception.  Their love of Mexico was an overarching theme of the day, with food from Mexican Village Restaurant, bright centerpieces, and a Mariachi band that played during cocktail hour.  

Photos courtesy of Daphne Doerr Photography.



Caroline + Hayes

Caroline and Hayes

Photos courtesy of Sheila Springsteen Photography.





Hillary + Tim

Hillary and Tim chose the Piquette Avenue Automotive Heritage Complex as the site for both their wedding ceremony and reception.  Their 100-person affair featured an Anthropologie-inspired altar backdrop handmade by the bride's parents, an aisle runner made of moss, and baby's breath balls that seemed to be floating in mid-air above the dinner tables.  Fandangle created custom paper place mats that featured the evening's dinner selections and also served as place cards to direct guests to their seats.

Photos courtesy of Daphne Doerr Photography.





The Henry Ford, America's Greatest History Attraction, set the stage for Kate and Carl's elegant wedding.  A backdrop of sheer draping under a canopy of chandeliers served as the setting for the couple's ceremony, and they danced the night away under a DC-3 plane.  Guests were treated to private access to some of Americas most unique historical displays, while they dined on local seasonal cuisine and Detroit's favorite desserts.

Photos courtesey of Durling Photography.




With events, it's all about the details.






We were honored to be chosen to work with the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on their 27th annual Fiesta Hispana Gala. This annual chamber fundraiser drew over 700 attendees to support chamber initatives.  Fandangle handled decor, and entertainment, and worked with the chefs at MGM Grand Casino Hotel Detroit to create a customized menu for the event.

Photos courtesy of Jose Juarez.