Ma Maison Open House

Photo by Julie Wilhite

Premiere Events had the pleasure of supporting and attending Ma Maison’s January 31, 2021 Open house.   It was a perfect day in January, neither too warm nor too cold.  The event was expertly planned, with staggered entry for guests, face masks worn by vendors and guests alike and every possible safety precaution.  Each area was designed by a different planner, incorporating their own unique vision and style.    The well-attended event was designed for the whole family to enjoy, complete with a petting zoo and beer burro photo ops.

Lisa Hause Photo

We entered the Great Hall to the upbeat tempo of Plush Party Band greeting us.  Big Time Creatives designed this area with a Scandinavian (Scandi) Wedding Theme.  Natural elements shone brightly with wooden tables, winter green and white florals, and neutral place settings.  The whole vibe was decidedly winter wonderland.  The floral installation hanging over the wooden tables was made of bleached, dried flowers, winter greenery and dried citrus.  It was the perfect structural piece that set off the whole look.  

Photo by: Julie Wilhite

Big Time Creatives brought the Eastern European inspiration upstairs to the loft overlooking the Great Hall.  The Reception Dinner décor complimented the downstairs theme, while offering more intimacy and bright, festive colors.

The Trellis, an outdoor covered area adjacent to The Great Hall, was designed by An Event to Remember.   It was decorated in a lovely emerald green and gold.  High top Edison Pub tables were paired with Ghost Bar Stools for a modern and sophisticated touch.  Cocktail tables were draped with elegant Hunter Green velvet linens and the greenery adorning the beams was fresh and lush.   The focal point was Premiere’s Boxwood Hedges adorned with up lights, florals and a dramatic “I love you so much” sign! 

Lisa Hause Photo
Lisa Hause Photo

Springtime in Paris was in full bloom at The Green Cathedral.   Paris is the City of Love and Something to Celebrate brought the ambiance to Dripping Springs, Texas.  Bright floral arrangements complimented the soft colored Blush Matte Satin Linens and neutral tabletop décor.  Fanciful touches were sprinkled throughout the space, from the balloon installation at the altar to the vintage bike propped against a Boxwood Hedge Escort Sign.  

Lisa Hause Photo

Karen Moise’s pride in ownership is evident throughout the venue.  Ma Maison meaning “My House” sincerely makes you feel like it is your family’s French countryside home for your special day.  Attention to detail is in every corner as Karen continues to create additional spaces to the venue.  

Outside The Chapel,  beautiful  desserts were exquisitely displayed, on Premiere’s clear acrylic pedestals and stands.  As you entered The Chapel, designed by Altar Ego Events it was magical and very intimate.  The Chapel was decorated with tall branch-like centerpieces placed on smooth white pedestal stands and floating candle arrangements on the ground. The pianist, playing in one of the corners, made The Chapel even more romantic.

Lisa Haus Photo

When you stepped out of the Chapel, you were welcomed to other areas that were beautifully put together by the many talented planners.  The Lake View (Lac Moise), designed by Bekah Laine Events, invited you to a  fun Fiesta.  Premiere provided vibrant Velvet Fiesta linens which were used on both cocktail and guest seating areas.  To give a modern touch, a Sculpted acrylic chair was chosen to go with the guest seating.  Colorful streamers were hung from the wrought iron gazebo which also featured a 4 -tiered sugar skull cake.  If you were having a sweet tooth moment you were able to enjoy fresh made churros and cotton candy.   You also found a refreshing margarita stand in that area to wash the sweetness down.  What could be more Fiesta than pairing churros and margaritas!

Photo by Lisa Hause

The Grove, designed by Simply XO was simply amazing.  As you entered through the brick wall with the brown metal doors, you could just picture yourself getting married there.  White Chiavari chairs were set up ceremony style, and guests were being serenaded by a guitarist.  The Grove decor was a vibe of Boho mixed with Chic.  The table setting was under a lighted frame structure which at night gives the look of an outdoor wedding reception under the stars.  The Floral decor in this area had soft, neutral, and warm colored florals, giving it a Boho Chic style.  If you were craving something delicious that paired well with this vibe, you were invited to try an Apple Caramel cider, and if you wanted to get adventurous you had the option of adding a hint of bourbon.  Tasty appetizers and desserts were also available.  The Grove, overlooking the lake, is such a serene and beautiful area!

Lisa Haus Photo

All in all, it was a wonderful Open House.  We loved having each area designed and executed by such creative teams. The different styles and vibes on display enabled bridal couples to see just how versatile this amazing venue truly is.  Here at Premiere Events, we were very honored and grateful to have been the only full-service rental company to participate in this event.  

Photo by Julie Wilhite

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