When I first heard Alexa of Long Aisle Events and Emily of Treasury Rentals talk about a colorful stained glass inspired wedding design for one of our recent V List shoots at Haus820, I was giddy with excitement. This design, inspired by the stained glass at The Fig House in Los Angeles, is full of some of my favorite things- color and modern design elements! The details are of course where the design inspiration could be seen the most, and the stationery elements that Feathered Heart Prints created are absolutely perfect. I can’t wait for you to see the amazingness that Chantell Rae captured!
From the team of Tampa wedding vendors:
The color palette incorporating bright colors such as emerald green, watermelon pink, marigold, and azure blue, with complimenting tones of greens, blues, reds, and yellows, adds a modern and playful take on the normally traditional stained glass windows. The reception design boasts bold colors, modern design, and minimalist details.
A modern floral style provides the perfect compliment to a colorful table. Acrylic stands used in the centerpieces provide height without creating any visual obstructions. This allows light to flow through the tablescape and mimic the stained glass window feel. Paired with elegant candles inside geometric containers, the tablescape is a perfect reflection of the stained glass form. By using acrylic accents within the centerpiece design and also the chair style, we wanted to replicate the brightness found in stained glass windows. And by mixing patterns and geometric shapes, we created a beautiful style that still feels well tailored for an elegant evening.
This stained glass inspired wedding design was a part of a big day of inspiration shoots that were carried out by members of The V List in the Central Florida and Tampa Bay Area. I cannot wait for you to see all of the rest of the designs that were brought to life that day!
V List Members who made it all happen…
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