Let’s talk centerpieces! Centerpieces are one of the most important elements in a reception table spread. Not only does it need to compliment your own bouquet, but it should tie together the theme and color palette of the day as it’s presented …
Start with a stunning backdrop, then add in bits of lace and pops of pink and desert greens for this Western Retreat inspiration. Get your own Western look: Coordination: Bianca Weddings and Events Photography: Melissa Jill Venue: Saguaro Lake Guest Ranch Florals: Butterfly …
A touch of texture mixed into pale pinks and creamy whites creates a dreamy, airy effect. Also, don’t miss the gorgeous behind the scenes video of this styled shoot! Get this fabulously feathered look: Venue: Garty Pavilion Coordination and Styling: Robyn Fallon, …
Vibrant floral arrangements, gold accents, and bow-tie-shaped napkins bring a touch of the genteel South to Southern California.
Beautiful, gold accessories and a pink palette brighten up this subtle, feminine look. Add a gentle breeze from Lake Miramar to move the chair skirts – it almost looks planned!
The coordinators put a modern twist on the Art Deco style of the 1920s, using bold colors, metallic elements, and repeating geometric patterns and shapes. Deco sleek!
The stylist incorporated unique items like gold, rough-edged quartz, chargers, and antique medicine bottles as place cards. A wide, mint-colored runner pools at the ends of the table to add drama.
Big, statement centerpieces anchor a multitude of candles and sweet little details, like the pearl and gold metallic macarons on each plate.
Refinement meets nature in this sweet, sylvan setting. A muted palette and elegant tea accessories mix with woodsy elements like garlands and the moss growing on the table.
Gold-painted sand dollars hang from the canopy and chair backs, adding sparkle and glamour to an overall light and airy look. A wreath-and-orb-chandelier provides the focal point.
Juxtaposing soft, feminine blooms with modern vessels and a black chandelier creates visual interest. The rolling hills make a beautiful backdrop.
Inspired by the steampunk sub-genre and the movie Somewhere in Time,