We met with Carmen (the mother of the bride) several months before the wedding, she was a doll from the start! She was so well prepared with a folder full of magazine clippings and pinterest finds… things that inspired them spilled onto our desk. Old world style with almost a Victorian feel, soft buttery shades of champagnes, ivories, blushy cremes and the softest greens were the colors that drew their attention. Michelle (the bride) was a very classy girl with a J. Crew sense of style, timeless and elegant, she opted for topiaries on her guest tables. The family loved mercury glass (which is incredibly popular right now), so we planted tiny trees inside different shapes and sizes of them for each table.
They also went with a slight travel theme for the reception. There were different table names that corresponded with certain areas the couple had visited, as well as globes and maps on the sign in table! This was a very classy event, so detail oriented, it went without a hitch! The perfect holiday look, and the most amazing family to work with, we had a great time!
Hope you all enjoy the photos and we also hope you all had a fabulous Holiday!
We have been crankin’ away at our holiday decor lately! Between our pop-up shop and our own Christmas planning…let’s just say thank god for online shopping and rush delivery! With all this holiday decorating our minds get so consumed with all things snowy and sparkly! Decorating can almost get a little repetitive. That is never fun. So we really try to keep an open mind and let the decorations place themselves! Here are some photos of things we love to pull out during the holidays, old vintage toys, shiny brites (mass amounts of them!), tinsel, flocked trees, candy canes, and lots of old santas. Hope this can inspire an idea or two for those of you who are running around crazy still decorating or planning to host a party!
We had so many photos from Thanksgiving week that we had to split them up into two posts. Even though Thanksgiving is over, we still love the fall shades: ruby reds, burnt oranges, golden browns, and rusty amazingness! Some of these goodies will transition to winter, and sadly, some of them will go away until next year. The bright side about new seasons is new fun things at the market to play with.
Early December is now finally here and we are already using all kinds of pine and wintery textures. More holiday looks will be up shortly, we just couldn’t let these end of autumn photos go unseen…we are also finishing up our plans for our pop up shop at Anthropologie in the coming weeks!