This was such a beautiful day and I’m honored to have been a part of it.
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Pink Bridal Show! We not only had a booth inside, but I was honored to have been asked to design an inspiration area right outside the entrance to the show as well.
Our booth included an aged wood pergola, champagne bar, custom wood flower boxes, dramatic chandeliers, a linen gauze tablecloth, and gold and silver accents. It was my favorite style combination: Rustic and Refined.
The entrance inspiration included a scotch/cigar bar for the guys, printed menu napkins, a floral table runner, white and neutral accents, and a chic lounge area with both vintage and modern furnishings.
I met so many wonderful brides…it’s going to be an exciting 2013!
Caroline and Peach were married on the beautiful grounds at Rarity Bay Golf and Country Club. This is one of the sweetest families I’ve ever met and it was truly a joy to work with them on this special day.
Caroline wanted the feeling to be soft, romantic, and elegant, so we incorporated elements like antique silver and mercury glass, lace, crystal chandeliers, vintage furniture, and of course, tons of candlelight.
And these stunning images are courtesy of the talented Dan and Natalie Watson of Watson-Studios.
Congratulations Caroline and Peach!
A welcome gift for out of town guests is such a great way to set the tone for your event. It’s really the first experience your guests will have and I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love getting a small, unexpected surprise! Plus, it’s an effective way to communicate any important event information.
What interesting welcome gifts have you received at an event?