With 2015 quickly coming to an end we are planning near into the future for our 2016 brides. We got FOUR new furniture pieces and we couldn't just post a simple picture or make a small announcement we wanted to dress them up pretty and share them all with you.
Emerald green: This is an inspiring and uplifting color suggesting abundance and wealth in all its forms, from material wellbeing, to emotional wellbeing to creative ideas.
Our Emerald+Gold theme came to life with our gold satin linen, white resin chairs with a pop of emerald green in our satin napkins. When we think emerald we think rich, wealth, with a hint of whimsical vintage. If you have ever stayed at Ottawa's famous Chateau Laurier there design style and colour scheme inspired us and we create our own version. Our simple, yet oh so dreamy tablescape decor consisted of fresh greens, crystal candle holders, gold mercury votives and clear tall vases with all white candles. Incorporating our gold beaded charger plates with white dinnerware, adding menus in our theme colour tied it all together perfectly.
Every wedding needs a statement piece and every bride will decide what there piece will be. We wanted to create a rental statement piece ;our cake swing. After a few man hours we had our vision created. We can only have a pretty cake swing with the cake that is displayed there; a naked cake and calligraphy cake topper definitely added that special touch.
Below our cake swing we have our new white ornate table which alone can also be that statement piece to display desserts. An all white table with that touch of fresh florals adds to our whimsical feeling we were capturing.
Our vintage teacart is another of our new rental statement pieces which we captured as a tea dessert station, dressed up with our mismatched vintage tea cups and fresh florals in our milk glass vases brought our whole vision together.
The Bar, where memories are made. Our bar was another visionary piece we wanted to add to our roster to give brides that option to have an actual bar station instead of a normal table with a plain white linen. We wanted to tie into our statement line and make it clear to guests where to find the open bar.