What a difference lush linens and colorful floral arrangements can make in an LDS cultural hall. Jordan and Katelyn’s wedding paid homage to classic elegance. To start the transformation, my crew and I masked the walls and ceiling with white chiffon and specialty lighting, and then dotted the room with guest seating tables, gold chiavari chairs, and amazing blooms. The flowers were created by Celebrate Florals, and they were some of the most eye-catching flowers I have ever seen.
No matter what time of the year, charcoal and red are an enchanting color scheme for any wedding. When Lindsay, the beautiful bride, came to me, she had a very simple request. She wanted me to draw inspiration from a photo of a gray bridesmaid’s dress accompanied by a blooming bouquet filled with red, burgundy, and pink flowers. We decided on a simple, yet elegant, reception backdrop where her vivid flowers could make a statement.
After much planning and execution, the wedding was a success. The crimson floral design made the reception feel exceptionally elegant. Here are a few snapshots that depict the beauty of Brady and Lindsay’s wedding day.
I adore the Hiatt family! I have been fortunate enough to plan several weddings for their daughters- each one having their own sense of style. For this wedding and reception, color was the key.
Fuchsia is a brilliant color that I have always been drawn to. Throughout the years, I have planned quite a few weddings using this amazing hue, but sometimes it can be overpowering; However, I think this beautiful bride got it right!
We paired fuchsia with light pink and tan. Pink can be feminine, but the use of white and tan really anchors the color scheme and creates juxtaposition. Check it out…
I love transforming spaces, and I enjoy helping people take the vision they have for their wedding and turning it into a reality. It is exciting to be hired by a client with creativity. This rustic wedding was an amazing culmination of the mother of the bride and I. We worked together to create a magical event for the guests to enjoy.
The challenge for this wedding reception was how to make an indoor venue look like an outdoor rustic woodland. I started by draping the ceiling and perimeter with chiffon (my signature style). Masking the space with fabric helped to create a neutral background that allowed the “woodland” elements to pop.
It’s not everyday that I get to work with an engaged couple that makes me smile every time I see them. Katrina and Ammon are happy and in love. They exude kindness and patience, and I was privileged to be their wedding planner. Katrina wanted her reception to be simple and romantic. She also wanted to include her favorite color, purple.
We transformed the gymnasium that housed their wedding reception into an ethereal wonderland draped in white chiffon and dripping with purple and green blooms.