About this wedding: “The bride was inspired by her husband Trae, when it came to designing the overall look of the wedding. Trae is from the Bahamas, so they incorporated the islands into the wedding – an Island Chic theme, using colors from the sea (teal for the water of the Bahamas, red for coral, white for sand). A coral motif was incorporated throughout the invitations, centerpieces, programs, and escort cards, and starfish imagery was used in table name signage, monogram, Mr. and Mrs. seating signage, and programs. Save the dates, programs, menus, escort cards (and escort card table), table cards, monogram, bride and groom seating signage, door initials, red pomander balls (aisle decor), specialty drink names and signage, flagged drink stir sticks, photo booth backdrop, Tiffany box chocolate favors, and monogram favor hangtags were all elements designed and created by Events Luxe in the Design Studio.”
Winter weddings are upon us, and thus I had to share this board which was initially inspired by a post that Holly, of Holly Heider Chapple Flowers, just put up this morning. The bouquets and centerpieces she did for this vineyard wedding were gorgeous, you can see them below in the board. The rest of the inspiration was built on a cozy feel, including mittens for the bride/bridesmaids, a bright red dress, and unique table settings and guest favors.
From the Photographer: “This style shoot was inspired mainly by the location, The Old Spaghetti Factory. The restaurant’s entrance provides seating on elegant and unique furniture pieces. The color palette at OSF contains deep, bold colors. Between the furniture and the coloring, the other details fell into place pretty quickly.”-Amy Majors Photography