Wedding décor inspiration from professional wedding planners
Imagine the moment that your guests enter your reception space! What will they see when they take their seats? What is the overall feel of your space and how does your wedding décor speak to that atmosphere? Your choice in wedding décor can bring unexpected touches to make your reception memorable for you and your guests by exhibiting your personal style or by tying together a theme or feel for your entire day. This comes from a collaboration of wedding planning and design along with the bride and groom and their families.
DESIGN NUMBER ONE How do you design a wedding for two stylish Forensic Investigators? This was our approach: (1) listen to their wishes; (2) create a fingerprint design of their love poem; (3) include a tagged body sticking out of the cake; (4) offer custom cookies with a chalk outline of a body; and (5) duplicate the body outline on the inside of the restroom stall doors. Excellent design is all about personalization.
Planner: Dynamic Events By David Caruso
DESIGN NUMBER TWO
Simply elegant is the best way to describe this garden-set wedding. Although open to the elements, it felt cozy and warm—a true representation of the love shared by those in attendance. Ram horns were tied in throughout, uniquely unifying each tabletop along with the florals and greenery. Gold etched plates with aged silver and miss-matched glassware added the cozy quaintness of the ambiance.
Planner: événément planning
DESIGN NUMBER THREE
Gold inspired the bride in the creation of this sparkling kings table that was placed in the center of the room so all could have a view of the couple. The newlyweds’ chairs were whimsically draped in fabric and adorned with Mr. and Mrs. signs. Each attendant had their place set with a special "to have and to hold" plate. Various shades of gold set the tone throughout every detail from the mercury glass vases and chargers, to the lavish cloths.
Planner: Let's Have An Affair