November 1, 2022

Unique Wedding Table Linen Ideas That Are Anything But Basic

Sammi and Steven Wedding - Sweetheart Table - Tribeca Rooftop - Danny Weiss Studio

Sammi and Steven Wedding – Sweetheart Table – Tribeca Rooftop – Danny Weiss Studio

From the flowers and candles to the cutlery, many details come into play when designing your reception tables. Providing the foundation to all of these details are the fabric elements that cover the table, also known as linens. While a table laid out in traditional white is a proven wedding mainstay, acting as a canvas on which to paint a lovely scene, it’s refreshing to behold a dining room bedecked in surprising textures, bold colors, and eye-catching patterns. Pairing luxurious velvet with frilly florals, diaphanous chiffon with wood, and garden inspired centerpieces with blossoming textiles – there are styling formulas that make these dynamic settings work so they have wow-factor, but still feel balanced and cohesive. Best described as artistic, inspirational, and one-of-kind, here a unique wedding table linen ideas that are anything but basic.
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October 18, 2022

A Guide To Candle Holders: Bright Ideas For Every Wedding Style

Rylie and Richard - Wedding Tablescape Floral and Greenery Garland - Lotte Palace - Dreamlife Photos and Video

Rylie and Richard – Wedding Tablescape Floral and Greenery Garland – Lotte Palace – Dreamlife Photos and Video

The earliest candle holder dates to 400 B.C. and is made of clay. We’ve come a long way since then and while they still serve a functional purpose, candle holders are now an essential detail used in wedding decor and come in an array of sizes, shapes, styles, finishes, and colors. When it comes time to select a type of candle holder, we tell our clients to start the process by considering their flowers and desired aesthetic in relationship to the venue space. Whether you want to illuminate your reception with grand candelabras or dress up a long tablescape with lyrical dancing flames, we’ve put together a guide to candle holders with beautiful ideas for shining light on your wedding day.
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October 10, 2022

Lauren & Patrick: Autumn Bliss at New York Botanical Garden

Lauren and Patrick Wedding - Bride and Groom Portrait - New York Botanical Garden - Theory Photographie

Lauren and Patrick Wedding – Bride and Groom Portrait – New York Botanical Garden – Theory Photographie

Lauren and Patrick met for their first date in October 2017. They met the classic way you meet anyone in NYC…on Bumble. “We were both nervous, so things got off to a rocky start,” Lauren says. “But after I mentioned that I grew up listening to Billy Joel –  who Patrick also listened to with his best friends growing up in Cold Spring Harbor – we instantly clicked. The night continued with margaritas and many laughs, exchanging stories about growing up in New York, and a failed attempt to go to karaoke – it was Tuesday and they closed at 10 pm.” On their second date, Patrick told Lauren that he was likely moving to Malaysia in six months for work. “I initially shrugged it off. But that following week, Patrick got a call that he was to transfer in four weeks,” she says. After making the most of the time they had left together, the couple decided to commit to a long-distance relationship. “The next two years were filled with so much travel and adventure…so lots of time in an airport!” Lauren remembers.
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October 4, 2022

Meaningful Ways To Remember Loved Ones At Your Wedding

Petula and Sheldon Wedding - Heaven Sign - Dyker Beach Golf Course - Bashful Captures

Petula and Sheldon Wedding – Heaven Sign – Dyker Beach Golf Course – Bashful Captures

The day you get married will be filled with moments that you’ll cherish forever. Naturally, you’ll want to share these moments with the people you care about most. But with life’s happiest events comes the realization that special people have passed on and will be absent from the celebrations. Though they are no longer with us in the physical sense, their spirit lives on in our hearts. Having a symbolic representation of them such as a photo or keepsake close by helps fill the empty space they’ve left while offering comfort and bittersweet joy. From your bouquet to decor, here are meaningful ways to honor the memories of loved ones at your wedding.
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September 27, 2022

Pretty Ideas For Styling Bud Vase Wedding Centerpieces

Natasha & Robert Wedding - Reception Low Centerpiece - Burden Kahn Mansion - Andrey Nastasenko

Natasha & Robert Wedding – Reception Low Centerpiece – Burden Kahn Mansion – Andrey Nastasenko

When it comes to dreaming up show-stopping wedding table decor, we tend to think of sky-high, blooming displays or bountiful florals that cascade onto the floor. While bud vase centerpieces may not be the first thing that comes to mind, the impact that these small arrangements have on creating a captivating tablescape should not be underestimated. It’s all about styling – these petite beauties can be presented alone or in clusters, with taper candles or votives, and with luxurious fabrics or natural accents. Whether your aesthetic is classic elegance, natural romanticism, or modern chic, we’ve rounded up pretty ideas for using bud vases in your wedding centerpieces.
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September 20, 2022

Fall In Love With These Wedding Color Palettes That Celebrate The Season

Katie and Kara Wedding - Bridal Bouquet - New York Botanical Garden - Mallory Williams Photography

Katie and Kara Wedding – Bridal Bouquet – New York Botanical Garden – Mallory Williams Photography

If there’s one season that announces its arrival with color, it’s fall. As the days get shorter and colder, we take comfort in the richer, warmer hues observed in the natural world – just think of golden sunlight filtering through a canopy of foliage in mid-October! There’s an undeniable romance in the air that allures all the senses, so it’s no wonder fall is a popular time to get married in New York City. Cast through a gilded prism, this atmospheric beauty ushers a change in wedding color schemes used for floral decor. Summer’s airy pastels and crisp whites give way to autumn’s spiced reds, golden yellows, and moody jewel tones. Are you planning to say ‘I Do’ on a date between with the months of September and November and need to lock down your color aesthetic? To help get the ideas flowing, we rounded up gorgeous wedding color palettes that celebrate the fall season.
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