One of the things we love about planning weddings is the role we get to play in terms of helping our brides and grooms create their design concept. Typically we help create an initial design concept based off of a client's wish list, likes, and dislikes. Once we have that concept curated, we're able to share it with the rest of the Design Team. The Design Team is made up of a handful of various wedding and event professionals...we cannot do it alone. It takes a village. So today we're briefly talking about who is on that team.Read More
I'm super excited about today's post! In honor of being exactly 100 days away from our wedding (!!!), I'm going to share some of our design process with you today. Creating a design for anyone's wedding or event is one of my absolute favorite things to do. I love helping my couples hone in on a design that speaks to them as a couple. I love being able to get creative and come up with a beautiful mood board that other vendors can use as a reference point when creating design details for a weddingRead More
This post is long overdue. Courtney and Chad were married in Charleston last September at The Cedar Room. With a neutral color palette, plenty of Southern details, a cigar rolling bar, a Bourbon Bar, a jazz band, a Motown band, and New Orleans-inspired details (like their second line), their brunch wedding was one for the books. Their custom branding elevated everything to the next level. We had such fun planning their wedding over the course of the year... and to see everything come together in beautiful, sunny Charleston, was PERFECT.Read More
Last week I started talking to you a bit about wedding fashion trends we are going to see in 2017, and today I want to talk about some design trends we might see.
This is one of my favorite design elements we are going to see more of this year. Brides will be bringing in touches of natural elements in their wedding decor. Wood, marble, and geodes will be seen in many weddings.
Geometric lines and shapes will be seen in many pieces of wedding decor. Clean lines make for a minimalist and modern look that many brides will want to see in their wedding.
BOHEMIAN CHIC ELEMENTS
Last week I hinted that you'll likely see the Bohemian Chic continue trending in wedding gowns, and this year you'll likely continue to see wedding designs in full-on Boho Chic style.
All of these elements blend beautifully together and could all be seen in one wedding if done well. In fact, one of our weddings this year is hoping to incorporate many of these design elements, and I couldn't be more excited!