The final look for this week’s “Floral Print Wedding Ideas” miniseries from New York wedding professionals Mikkel Paige and Roey Mizrahi Events is classic wedding perfection. Tall babies breath centerpieces, brass candlesticks, and a gorgeous pink and champagne linen- you don’t get anymore classic than this gorgeousness!
“Classic” was another difficult perspective to encapsulate. I determined that to me “Classic” was another way to describe traditional, and when I originally thought traditional I though of a understated ballroom wedding. The subtle dusty rose and white floral printed table cloth (touched with gold velvet accents), low florals in mercury vessels combined with the height of the wooden based babies breath arrangements, vintage bronze taper candle holders and minor lace detail around the silverware captured the feminine “Classic” tablescape concept we were trying to execute. It was simple, yet elegant, as classic should be.
And we have a great behind-the-scenes video of this whole inspiration miniseries from McKenzie Miller Films! It’s so fun to see all of the fabulous vendors from this series in action! Check it out!
I absolutely loved this whole series and the different takes on using floral prints for a wedding! A huge thank you to all of the amazing New York City wedding vendors who brought these ideas to life.
Be sure to check out ALL five of the looks from this miniseries via the link below- and comment with which one is your favorite!!
Vendors who made it all happen…
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