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Pam & Scott: An Indoor Wedding in Birmingham, MI

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Pam & Scott in Birmingham, MI
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Pam and Scott wanted their invitations to be simple, yet elegant. "I loved the deckled edge of design we chose, and the champagne ink on ecru paper looked delicate and inviting," she says.
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The groomsmen wore single, red rose boutonnieres, and Scott wore a single white calla lily.
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The huppah was decorated with an intertwining mix of branches and red flowers with hanging tea candles. Down the aisle, pedestals were draped in chocolate brown linen and topped with large glass vases filled with red orchids and shorter vases filled with rose petals and candles. The lighting was romantic and dim to reflect the warm and inviting moo ...
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Pillar and votive candles surrounded the centerpieces, and guests found turtle chocolate favors at their place settings. The stunning red flowers, along with votive and pillar candles, mahogany chairs, and chocolate brown linens with gold accents, made for a warm and romantic feel in the room, which was capped off by soft lighting. “I really wanted ...
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The centerpieces featured monochromatic bunches of red flowers in various-sized square vases.
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Guests were escorted to their tables with small ecru envelopes where each guest’s name was written in chocolate brown. The cards were displayed on an antique wood and marble table in the cocktail area next to an ivory flower arrangement.
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The Townsend Hotel, Birmingham
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Guests devoured a four-tiered vanilla and chocolate cake that was filled with raspberry and chocolate mousse, covered in a rich, chocolate brown fondant, and adorned with red roses and orchids.
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Although Pam and Scott live in Los Angeles, they decided to have their wedding in Pam’s hometown of Birmingham. “We wanted to have the wedding at a hotel so that it would be both convenient for our guests and ourselves, and The Townsend Hotel is located in the heart of Birmingham, which is a great city for visitors to explore,” Pam says.

Pam & Scott in Birmingham, MI

It was fate (and the help of some persistent friends) that brought together Pam and Scott. Having both graduated from the University of Michigan and then moved to Los Angeles, some thought they’d be the perfect match. The Bride Pamela (Pam) Meklir, 31, a television producer The Groom Scott Schachter, 34, a talent agent The Date April 14 One day, Pam received a call from a friend who had run into Scott and wanted to give him her phone number, but Pam -- having met Scott several times over the years -- was too embarrassed to give it a go. About two months later, her friend ran into Scott again and this time when she wanted to give him her number, Pam said yes. Thirteen months after their first date, they were engaged.
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