Something about the spring months are so utterly magical. Cherry blossoms fluttering about in the warm air, birds chirping and flowers popping up through the mossy ground. Today’s inspiration shoot has spring! lovely! written all over it. We do hope you enjoy the fresh ideas as much as we do.
Editor’s Note: while we love gold flatware, soemetimes it can be too much if you don’t cut the gold with patterns or other elements like menus or china. We love this design as it’s a great example of utilizing gold in a way that’s just right.
A few other tips for using gold in your wedding table top:
Mix and match with other metals for an eclectic look. Use vintage trophies with a dull patina, mercury glass candle holders and copper Revere bowls for floral vessels.
Run with patterns! Some may say that gold and patterns don’t work, which can be true when pairing any metal with texture. But they key is to even out patterns with solid crystal or bold napkins that tie the motif together.
From McKenzie Marketing: this styled spring wedding was inspired by the Impressionistic Era! With a love for watercolors and art we decided to put our own twist and introduce some modernism and bold and beautiful colors!
Design & PR: Mackenzie branding & marketing | Photography: Siegel Thurston photography
Make Up: Melissa Rae & Co | Floral Design: Grand Floral | Jewelry: Alber Rezko
Props & Tableware: Vintage Vault | Rentals: Farm Tables and More
Fashion Stylist: CBS Lifestylist | Linens: La Tavola | Hair: Kalyn Sieminski Hair
Designer: Laura Lorraine Designs | Paper Products: Poppy Print | Venue: Darlington House | Models: Sarah & Adam
Totally, positively lovely, right? Favorite elements? And go…