For the first table, we used a runner made out of gauze and chicken wire, a bevy of vases as the centerpiece, and had an egg caddy filled with sweet treats. For the guests’ favors, we had little boxes made out of stiffened muslin fabric, topped with the star anise. They turned out to be one of our favorite details of the day!
The second reception shot incorporated several more details. We knew we wanted to feature the mantle of the fireplace. We used roofer’s edging to make the L + L (Lydia + Levi), and added a few sprigs of stock to soften the contrast. Then on the shelf, we added a row of books covered in fabric that had the wedding date stamped onto it.
Wow, awesome. Talk about details and using new things! The chicken wire incorporated into everything was an awesome touch- even in the bouquet and boutonniere! This was definitely a unique style dictionary shoot- love it! A huge thank you to Matthew R Photo and Ashton Events for putting together the whole shoot!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography: Matthew R Photo | Planning & Design: Ashton Events | Florals: Events In Bloom | Invitation and Stationery: A Fine Press | Dress: Anglo Couture | Cake: Sweet Cakes | Makeup: Beauty Marked Design | Hair: Sid Cohen @ Salon PuraPura | Location: Versaggi Properties
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