Published: A Dreamy Seaside Design

Seattle Metropolitan Bride and Groom Magazine is one of our absolute favorite publications and we eagerly await each issue like it’s Christmas morning. The pages are over sized and feel so good to the touch, the layout is thoughtful and each issue so impeccably designed and crisp and clean. We were thrilled to design this ethereal seaside-meets-pastel dinner, complete with suspended oyster shells, hand painted pastel stationery, handmade wine bottle glasses {a labor of love!} and some incredible blooms and details for the new issue on stands. We brought on a team of some of our favorite artists who all came to the delightful table with their own creativity and wowed us with their creations. Here’s the full feature and gorgeous images from Dennis Wise:

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pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

whatwe'relovingThe hues of soft sea foam and a perfectly peach sunset tone graced by textured blooms painted a delightfully sweet picture. We designed this setting with a couple craving a dreamy and whimsical setting with timeless flair.

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

These Cafe Au Lait dinner plate dahlias are such stunners – light and delicate on their own and just breathtaking when clustered in a bouquet or centerpiece. pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

Aleah whipped up these rosemary-infused sea salt favors topped with a kiss of burlap to bring the salty sea to the dining table, a thoughtful compliment to our seaside motif.

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

Aleah wanted to personalize each place setting so we took the lovely paper box place cards and menus from Izzy Girl and went to town with watercolors. The result was a dreamy, iridescent look creative and unique to each guest.

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

 Sometimes less is more: dainty petals, simple textures and clean lines stand out against our dreamy runner and the pastel tones seem to dance on the table top.

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

pastel designs Seattle Met Bride and Groom Magazine

 artists

Design and miscallaneous props: Valley & Co. Weddings. Parties. Lifestyle and our Curated department||  Stationery: Izzy Girl || Food: Lisa Dupar Catering || Flowers: Floressence || Rentals: Pedersen’s || Linens: Choice Linens || Shell centerpiece: Conservatory Coastal Home || Dinnerware: Crate & Barrel ||

So, lovelies, what do you think? What’s your favorite pastel-esque element?

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Comments

  1. says

    This is a beautiful wedding…really crisp, pale, and fresh. I feel like I’m really at the ocean! ha ha. But simply take away the seashells and you’ve got a little cottage feel going – it doesn’t have to be limited to only the ocean. Those pale colored flowers are my absolute favorite!!!

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