I am so excited to be sharing these colorful and whimsically modern wedding ideas with you all today! I was tasked with the mission of creating a design that reflected several Aisle Society bloggers (Every Last Detail included of course), and it’s one of my favorite shoots I’ve ever been a part of!
Since many of the bloggers that Aisle Society represents feature colorful color palettes, we knew that we wanted to create something that would make all of us color-lovers proud. Our team turned to designer Michelle Edgemont to assist us in creating a design that would be both whimsical and beautiful. A quick search on Minted.com, and we were totally and completely inspired by the invitation suite that we chose, using pink, teal, lavender, and blue as our palette. The paint swashes incorporated in the invitation design also served as inspiration, of which we included art prints (also from Minted.com) as a backdrop for our chic and whimsy table. The final piece of our design was our interactive element- a donut wall! Being that donut walls are already pretty popular, we chose to use mini-donuts instead of large donuts to add a little something new… and tasty of course! The amazing Alea Lovely Photography captured each and every detail perfectly, and I cannot wait for you to see it all!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Created by: Aisle Society | Planning, Design & Florals: Michelle Edgemont | Photography: Alea Lovely Photography | Stationery & Decor: Minted | Wholesale Flowers: Fifty Flowers | Chairs: available from Diana Gould Ltd. via their event design services | Linens: Nuage Designs | Hair & Makeup: MG Hair & Makeup | Menswear: Menguin | Blush Wedding Dress: Marlo Ford Gowns | Wedding Dress: Galia Lahav from Bridal Reflections | Jewelry: Susie Saltzman | Location: Zen House
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