Designed and planned by Eclectic Fête and captured by SY Photography, these celestial inspired wedding ideas exemplify love from another stratosphere! Hues of blue accented with metallic golds and silvers, beautifully emulate the sun, the clouds, and the night’s sky to create an elegant, sophisticated wedding design like no other.
From the planner and designer, Eclectic Fête:
Our journey began at daybreak at The Embassy Row Hotel in Dupont Circle. Emerging from the hotel on a cloudy day presented an eerily calm, cloudy backdrop for our scene at Meridian Hill Park—a hidden gem smack in the middle of DC! We decided to play with the idea of constellations and had the fabulous model from T.H.E. Artist Agency pose as the Libra scale all while whimsically dancing to the angelic sounds of the wind blowing through a stunning mahogany cello provided by Brobst Violin Shop with select décor pieces from White Glove Rentals.
The next stop in our heavenly adventure was the Josephine Butler Parks Center—right across from the park. The Parks Center is a wickedly cool former embassy painted in the bright yellow hue of the sun! The porch of the Parks Center gave our banquet scene the perfect pop of color that accentuated the bride’s billowy “Shika” gown from St. Patrick for Pronovias provided by Bella Chic Luxe Bridal Boutique. The tablescape featured a custom-designed constellation menu designed by Jolly Edition, ethereal florals from Twine & Toil, fabulous metallic rentals from Select Event Group, as well as a stunning lace blue and gold cake adorned with white sugar roses from Rebekah Naomi Cake Design.
As the sun began to set and the moon took center stage, our final stop at the National Gallery of Art took our concept to another galaxy!! Using the Leo Villareal: Multiverse Exhibit as our muse, the bride literally danced amongst the stars as she personified the beauty and mystique of the celestial universe.
Such innovative inspiration for an absolutely beautiful wedding design!
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