When you pick a venue that is gorgeous, grand and classic, sometimes keeping the decor simple is exactly what will make it all come together. Taylor and I came up with their design based off of her wanting large, tall, and full hydrangea centerpieces. The white and green were a great addition to the neutrals and gold in the Arctic Club's Dome Room. I love having tall centerpieces in this room, it just adds a balance with the tall dome and large space. Simple altar decor was then used for the sweetheart table backdrop. We lined the aisle with the centerpiece decor of the tall hydrangea arrangements and the floating candle vase clusters. On the tables they were joined by mercury glass votives to bring a little touch of sparkle. Taylor's dress was just stunning, that bead work and simple cut was just gorgeous on her. She had her bridesmaids in different styles of soft blush long flowing dresses, love these with the soft bouquets. I love her flower girls, the one's face as Taylor comes down the aisle just melts my heart. This was such a fantastic day and I love how simple but elegant and perfect everything turned out. It was also an amazing vendor team to make set up go so smooth, and the day be flawless for the happy couple!
Blush has been THE color for a few years now, with good reason. It is soft and romantic and paired with other colors can really set the mood for what the couple want their guests to experience. I loved Stacy & Bryce's choice of using blush with white and navy. We went with navy linens and mostly white flowers. The blush was tied in with painted wine bottles and candle holders. Stacy's bouquet was gorgeous with the white anemones and the deep navy centers to bring in that deep moody blue. We went with a fun centerpiece design of different sizes of wine bottles that were painted rose gold, I really like that we went with the same look for all the tables. White and champagne blooms with greenery clustered together to make one big arrangement, looked so great against the navy linens. We placed candle trios along the aisle of the ceremony that were then placed around the reception. So happy to be a part of this beautiful day for a lovely couple. And a fantastic vendor team to make the day flow so smooth!
When your colors are neutral how do you make them pop or interesting? You add texture and greenery! Kimberly wanted very simple bouquets and arrangements, but also wanted to keep them interesting with a Northwest feel to them. Each bridesmaid had a different dress style in a different neutral color with a different flower bouquet. To keep them consistent, we used the same greenery for texture and color and the style the same. I loved her idea of making the boutonnieres out of different greenery. I love how they looked against the dark gray suits. Kimberly wanted herbs, different ferns and eucalyptus around a few white blooms for her bouquet, again, so much texture! For the centerpieces we went with simple bud vases and brought great texture to the arrangements. Love how simple but how pretty everything turned out. Always love working at Urban Light Studio because of the intimate space and funky vibe of all the decor. And these photos...so gorgeous!!!