Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Bridal Show Design

This past weekend, Simply Events was invited to be a vendor at The Metropolitan Club Bridal Open House.  We were truly humbled to be asked to be a part of the show again and we hope we will always be invited in the future.  

One reason we love to do bridal shows is because we are able to get into the design element of a wedding.  Since we have been talking about the color trends of mint and purple (purple will be featured as a trend in the upcoming weeks!), we thought what better way to show our fans how to incorporate these colors into wedding design! So, it's now time for us to walk-the-walk! :)

Purple Table:
We set this old Hollywood glam table with 8 place settings that were showcased by a gold charger. The table number was an old-vintage-looking number '2' that we found at Hobby Lobby and we set it up on an adorable mini-cake stand.  The flowers were provided by Oberers Flowers and they did an amazing job. Oh, and not to mention the fabulous silver stand that is breathtaking! The linens were provided by Connie Duglin and we chose to go bold with a stunning purple damask linen, gold chair covers, and lilac chair sashes. The menu cards were created by Simply Events owner, Catie Harris.





Mint+Peach Table:

We only set this table with 6 place settings so that brides could see a table set for 8 versus a table set for 6.  We wanted this table to be more 'airy' and open.  We love that it turned out very girly, dainty, and light!  Our color choice here was mint paired with peach flowers provided by Oberers Flowers.  These place settings were enhanced with bronze chargers. We wanted to showcase the menu cards designed by Simply Events, so we did the popular menu-napkin-fold.  Lastly, we got clever and incorporated the phrase, 'mint to be' into the favors.  Everyone was raving over the creativity and cuteness! We used a mint colored underlay with a sheer scroll-work overlay, satin ivory chair covers, and imperial stripe ivory sashes!



What is your favorite part of either table?



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