One of our favorite looks, as you can tell! The bride, this time around, was in the interior design business and takes pride in her eclectic, funky look. Similar to our post a few weeks back, we faced the same dilemma in that this wedding and reception took place at the elegant, traditional and gorgeous St. Regis, yet the look we wanted was contemporary. We want to show everyone out there that this look can be accomplished… in a very stunning manor!
The wedding ceremony took place on the terrace at the St. Regis. If you have not visited this spot- it is a must see! Four three foot tall mirrored vases with topiaries were positioned at the corners of the lawn while the bride and groom were married under a chuppa created from four columns and yellow fabric. The aisle was lined with the same fabric “ribbons” which blew in the breeze throughout the processional and ceremony.
The dinner reception consisted of four different table designs.
One 16’ estate table with rounded ends complete with white and black Moroccan linen, acrylic chairs, black banquette seating, two lemon trees rising from the table and a collection of gold vessels holding stylized arrangements of green and yellow blooms.
Two estate tables with coordinating black and white linen centered with arrangements of glass cylinders with wheatgrass, orchids and callas holding a suspended globe with votive candle. Various sizes of square yellow ceramic containers with fresh wheat grass created a perfect, clean garden down the center of the table.
Eight round tables dressed in coordinating subtle black pattern were centered with arrangements of bright yellow fuji mums accented with rhinestones and fresh greenery in a low black pedestal bowl.
Three square tables dressed in white satin with black and white runners were centered with towering black deco vases holding a cap of bright yellow carnations with a brim of brilliant green mums and large foliage rising out of the center.
A few additional details we loved: a custom designed cake table complete with turn table and disco ball, a three sided bar of raised white wood tables with sea monster detail and custom built stage surround to add a pop of color to the dance floor.
I would also like to point out that you should never shy away from a color scheme just because you have seen it somewhere else. There are thousands of ways to make your scheme uniquely yours!
Special Thanks To:
Design and Floral: Bold American Event Design and Production
Catering: St. Regis
Coordination: Helene + Company
Photos Courtesy of: Six of Four
Linens: I Do Linens