A Miami Wedding at The Palms from Masi Events

For Miami couples, it’s all about that beachside mentality. Places like Fisher Island and the W Hotel South Beach come to mind alongside another one of our loved spots, The Palms Hotel and Spa. Its convenient location off of Collins Ave makes it easy to get to and its enviable location right on the sand makes it just the place to be. This gorgeous real wedding from Masi Events will have you booking your stay in 3,2,1…

Just setting foot in the outdoor ceremony space was enough for us to say “I do!” Walking through delicately hung drapes down a petal-strewn aisle, the bride and groom said their vows at the most picture-perfect white gazebo. Add to that beautiful organic floral decor and set it against palm trees swaying in the wind and we can see why anyone would want to get married here.

From the ceremony, guests headed poolside for cocktails to kick off the celebration. From catching the breeze at a high top to taking a seat under the oversized tiki-hut, everyone was getting in the mood under twinkling string lights.

Once it was time for the reception, everyone made their way to a covered outdoor space where the tables dressed in shimmering shades of silver. Guests found their seats at our Silver Metallic Forest and Silver Emma linens while the newlyweds took their seat at a sweetheart table donning our Moonlight Magnolia. 

Lovely floral arrangements in assorted heights from Julia Rohde Designs adorned the tables with an incredible floral runner saved for the bride and groom’s table. We love how the palette of fresh greens and crisp whites gave the space a modern and inviting feel.

The look and feel of this celebration was just right for an intimate wedding in Miami! Lucky for us, Katie Lopez Photography was there to capture every sweet detail. Anyone else feeling inspired to book a trip to South Beach?

Planning and coordination Masi EventsFlorals Julia Rohde DesignsPhotography Katie Lopez PhotographyFilm Hope Media | Venue The Palms Hotel & Spa

How to use Sketching to Design Signature Events

When it comes to designing weddings and events, there are a lot of tools out there. Whether you piece together mood boards or curate Pinterest boards, making sure your client can understand your ideas can be the difference between booking the gig or losing it to someone else. So how do you make sure you can relay your creativity in a way that’ll have your client saying “I do!”? Sketching!

Cue Mary Phan, founder and artist at The Sketchbook Series. Mary launched The Sketchbook Series to inspire and guide creatives on their journey towards turning their ideas into realities, leveraging sketching as a tool to aid communication through the design process. We’ve both attended and sponsored many an event with The Sketchbook Series and are always reminded what an asset it is to have this skill.

We collaborated with The Sketchbook Series in anticipation of their 2018 tour, which kicked off last month, to bring to life some of our own ideas and compare them with event realities. We encourage you take a peek at their upcoming dates and attend a workshop, everyone in our industry could benefit from this skill! Scroll through to see just how powerful sketching can be…

We had thoughts of Bougainvillea and bright blue ikat print on the mind. Mary combined our Cobalt Marrakesh and Natural Wood Verona Chair with table top pieces from Casa de Perrin and floral inspiration shot by Lucy Cuneo to sketch up this tablescape. Just right for an al fresco lunch!

A graphic black and white palette accented with gold details was just the thing we had in mind. Mary set the table with our Black Sedona and Gold Soho Chairs and paired it with black and white pieces from Casa de Perrin, really amplifying the bold geometric effect. To soften the look, she took inspiration from a mossy terrarium arrangement by Kelly Elissa Events & Enchantment Floral.

Anyone else ready for summer? Don’t we know it! Mary brought out the tropics in her sketch with our Beverly linen paired just for the outdoors with our Oak Chairs. Tabletop pieces from BorrowedBlu added a modern touch while florals inspired by Ashley Elizabeth Designs kept everything refreshingly cool.

Want to learn about the process and see some more beautiful sketches Mary created for us? Click here to keep the creativity flowing!

Bright Prints | Flowers Always Flowers | Photography Matt Horton Photography | Glassware, Charger Casa de Perrin | Floral Inspiration – Lucy Cuneo // Bold Patterns | Floral Inspiration – Kelly Elissa Events & Enchantment Floral  | Photography Matt Horton Photography | Glassware, Charger Casa de Perrin  // Lush Greenery | Flowers  Canteiro Weddings | Photography  John Cain Photography | Charger Borrowed Blu | Floral Inspiration Ashley Elizabeth Designs

A Bohemian Inspired Wedding Shoot With A Touch Of Gold

At heart, we’re really somewhere between being in love with a laid-back bohemian look to the opposite and going for all glitzy and luxe, who can truly decide? Well, when MMD Events put together this styled shoot, a blend of boho cool with the perfect touch of gilded accents, we were beside ourselves! Scroll through to see just how everything came together.

Armature Works Tampa set the tone with their industrial style loft. Exposed brick, beautifully framed windows and endless natural light flooded the room giving it an inviting feel. The tablescape, set with a hanging arrangement of flowers running the length of the table by MMD Events, created a beautiful illusion against the impossibly tall ceilings of the venue.

We love how this table was set! Our Gold Metallic Forest created the canvas for the setting which was highlighted with shades of plum, fuchsia and red. MMD Events combined assorted vintage china with mirrored chargers and Moroccan-inspired colored glassware for a chic look.

The gorgeous hanging florals draped beautifully over the center of the table, hanging above a macrame runner decorated with an eclectic assortment of driftwood, crystals and gold geometric decor. Just look at those votive candles in mercury glass encased by delicate geometric shapes!

Tying everything together was the chair selection, a mix of French-style upholsted pieces from MMD Events’ collection. We adore a mix and match seating look so you can imagine we were over the moon to see high back chairs mixed in with wooden crossback chairs and plush upholstered seating. Bonus points for that luxurious sheepskin throw! Anyone else ready to take a seat at this table?

Florals MMD EventsX Back chairs & Dinnerware A Chair Affair | French restoration upholstered chairs MMD Events | Photography K&K Photography | Linens Nuage Designs | Venue Armature Works Tampa

Fisher Island Wedding in Miami

Let’s be honest, we love nothing more than a Miami party (we might be biased) because where else can you throw outdoor soirees all year round? Since it’s still winter for our Northeast friends, we thought we’d warm their hearts with a stunning wedding straight from Fisher Island!

For starters, Fisher Island is a truly remarkable hidden gem for weddings in Miami. It’s a bit of a trek to get out there but completely worth the adventure! Just look at the backdrop it sets for this wedding. With its limestone floors and just-ornate-enough decor, it strikes the perfect balance of luxury and elegance for a celebration! The sweeping staircase, decorated with sculpture busts, opened up to the escort card table, topped with a blooming arrangement of flowers from Petal Productions.

When you stepped outside, views of the water surrounded guests as they took their place under a beautifully draped tent – which, did we mention had chandeliers sparkling overhead? Oh My! Occasions dressed the tables in our Preston Bailey Collection Champagne Iris and Crystallize Pebbles linens, creating a beautiful effect throughout the space! Pair that look with tall floral arrangements from Raffi and Petal Productions and the room was truly aglow!

As the party kicked off, lounge furniture from Elements and Accents came into view with a lovely assortment of vintage-inspired pieces and white leather decor, a great place for party goers to rest between songs! Lucky for us, Erika Delgado Photo was there all night to capture the fun. You know how it is in Miami, the party never stops!

Planning & Design Oh My Occasions  | Photographer Erika Delgado Photo | Floral Design Petal Productions | Linens & Chargers Nuage DesignsFurniture Elements & AccentsVenue Fisher Island Club & Resort

Romantic Wedding Inspiration at the Biltmore Estate

Another year, another Valentine’s Day, and another fabulous occasion to celebrate love…as if we didn’t do that enough already! We love any excuse to decorate in shades of pink and red and today is the perfect chance to share a beautiful treat with you. Straight from the gorgeous Biltmore Estate, Rebecca Rose Events dreamed up an impossibly romantic styled shoot that landed in the (print!) pages of Southern Weddings V10. Scroll through and prepare to fall hopelessly in love….

So, the Biltmore Estate. Can we take a minute to soak it in? What a spectacular place full of history and character, and a breathtaking backdrop to this styled wedding shoot. Ornate terraces and seemingly never-ending vistas created a magical spot for this couple and perfectly manicured lawns were just the place to catch up with bridesmaids before the big “I Do.”

When it came time to sit down to eat, drink and be merry, a royal table for 14 was set for guests to enjoy. Rebecca Rose Events set the mood with our White Vine Tulle overlay, an embroidered take on lace, paired over a champagne hued base. Adding in a quintessential touch of color, red napkins were folded delicately atop gilded chargers.

We love the florals, designed by Rebecca Rose Events, in a runner style cascading down the table in shades of blush, red, and burgundy with lush greenery all around. Taper candles nestled into gorgeous brass candlesticks from BHLDN popped up at different heights ranging in color from pretty pink to deep aubergine, giving the tablescape an incredibly romantic feel.

There were details galore at this one and lucky for us, Henry Photography captured every single one! From Bella Figura’s invitation suite, with its delicate gold lettering and red accents, to calligraphy by four different creatives, each giving the day their distinctive touch, nothing was overlooked! Even the escort card display, a vintage console decorated with books covered in whimsical patterns in the day’s color palette, was uniquely fitted to the shoot.

But probably our favorite detail was the couple’s vintage getaway car. With a bright red bag packed ready to go, they jetted off into the day with nothing but love in sight. Congratulations!

Planner, Stylist, and Florals Rebecca Rose Events | Photography Henry Photography | Film Processing PhotoVision | Venue and Caterer The Biltmore Estate | Hair and Makeup Lindsey Regan Thorne | Wholesale Flowers Fifty Flowers | Silk Bouquet Ribbon Adorn Company and Of the Earth | Bouquet Ribbon Calligraphy Simply Jessica Marie | Head Chairs and Vintage Rentals The Prettiest Pieces | Candlesticks and Cake Serving Set BHLDN| Chairs, Glassware, China, and Flatware Professional Party Rentals | Linens Nuage Designs | Chargers Wayfair | Wooden Sign Rebecca Rose Events with lettering by Sarah Hanna Calligraphy & Design | Invitation Suite, Menu cards, and Bookmarks Bella Figura, Envelope Calligraphy Sarah Hanna | Seating Chart Calligraphy Calligraphy by Carole | Chocolate Favors Sugar Cloud Baking Company | Welcome Basket Contents French Broad Chocolates, Poppy Handcrafted Popcorn, Vanderbilt Reserve Wine | Vintage Cake Toppers Patricia Minish Designs, Over the Top Studios, and Dorothy Kinghorn Huggins | Vintage Car Air Haven Limousine | Bride’s Gown: “Andie” by Carolina Herrera | Crown “Camellia” by Emma Katzka | Bride’s Earrings Bailey Banks & Biddle | Red Heels “Cirrus” by Jessica Simpson from Amazon | Clutch Ted Baker London from Nordstrom | Bridesmaid Dresses “Madison” in Dusty Rose by Katie May for BHLDN | Groom’s Pants and Vest Bonobos | Groom’s Jacket ASOS | Tie The Tie Bar

A Valentine’s Day Celebration with Friends

With just a week to go we’re looking for gifts and making reservations for Valentine’s Day. And while we love celebrating with our significant others (remember last year’s inspiration?), we’re also thinking Valentine’s Day is for more than just lovers! So this year how about adding in a time to celebrate with friends?

We fell head over heels for this brunch from The Creative’s Loft and think it’s just the way to celebrate the love of friendship! Scroll through to see all the yummy details…

First things first, the spread! With catering from The Blue Table and Thierry Isambert, the snacks were endless. Delicious cheese boards were set next to beautifully topped toast points and decorated with deep purple grapes and shot glasses of butternut soup. Plus the most adorable individual dessert cake from Earth and Sugar, just delicious!

Before sitting down to eat, how about a place to lounge? The Creatives Loft created a space just made for relaxing! Boho-inspired rentals from Unearthed Vintage set the mood with overlapping vintage rugs, leather poufs and the coziest arm chairs ever. A perfect place to have your mimosas!

We love the tablescape! An elegantly simple look, using our Rose Velluto, was set with blush hues accented by deep reds, lush greens and an accent of driftwood. Bringing in just the right touch of luxe, were tabletop rentals from Pialisa. Their assortment of blush and gold plates with gold flatware played so nicely with our Blush Ditsy Napkins and Poetic Blossom Napkins. Anchoring the table with a welcoming feel were our Sienna Chairs, a table set with love indeed.

We think you should bring in the love on Valentine’s Day as much as possible, with your significant others, your family and your friends. Spread the love!

Event planner The Creative’s LoftPhotographer Alisa FerrisVideographer MWL Films | Florals Primrose Florals | Stationery Papel & Co.Dessert Earth and Sugar | Furniture Rentals Unearthed Vintage and Nuage DesignsTabletop Rentals PialisaLinen rentals Nuage DesignsCatering The Blue Table + Thierry Isambert

Top 10 Tips to Creating an Instagram-Worthy Styled Photo Shoot

If you’re familiar with Leah Weinberg, of Color Pop Events, then you know that bold palettes are kind of her thing – she does after all plan weddings for those who dream in color. We’re SO grateful for the incredible concepts she dreams up when it comes to photoshoots, where she really lets her design-tendencies shine, because she brings our linens to life in the most vibrant ways. We picked her brain to get to the core of how she comes up with this stuff (Tutti Fruti? Jackson Pollock? Lisa Frank?!) and got her top 10 tips for designing an awesome styled shoot. Grab a pencil because you’re going to want some notes…

Create something people haven’t seen before. Want to get people’s attention and really wow them? Then you’ve got to show them something new. So many trends have been done to death, so why not be the trendsetter?

Seek inspiration. If you’re going to create something new, then you’ve got to be inspired. Go to a museum. Go see a play. Heck, just go for a walk. There are so many inspiring things all around us that all it really takes is for us to be mindful and open to what we’re seeing.

Have no fear. I know it’s cliche to say “think outside the box,” but in my opinion, the more “out there” the concept is, the better. This is coming from someone who has done shoots inspired by Barbie, Jeff Koons and Lisa Frank (just to name a few), and I can tell you that the weirder your idea is, the more attention you’ll get.

Assemble a dream team of vendors. The secret to creating great images is to have an amazing vendor team supporting you. Make sure you’re working with people you know and trust, and whose style matches your own.

Colors are key. The fastest way to set the tone for your shoot is with your color palette. Choose colors that really speak to the feel of your shoot. They don’t have to be bold (though I would obviously love them to be) but they need to make a statement and really define the theme of the shoot.

A pop of texture is the new pop of color. Want to make people really feel what it’s like to be at your party? Bring in textured linens that will make your audience want to touch and feel everything in your images.

Don’t be afraid to mix patterns and prints. The ability to mix patterns and prints is definitely a gift, but if you can do it well, then you can create something truly unique.

Sweat the small stuff. To have a successful shoot, you’ve got to live in the details. Having as many elements as possible gives you more to photograph and will give more life to your ideas.

Know your angles. Whatever you choose to create, make sure it looks good from every angle. The photographer is going to want to capture your work in as many ways as possible–whether it’s a detail shot of one flower or a head on image of the centerpiece or an overhead photo of the flowers as part of the entire tablescape–so make sure your work is ready for those 360 views.

Have fun. Isn’t that the whole point?

Make sure to follow along with Leah as she plans her way into 2018!

Photographers  Barbie & Kendra Katie Osgood Photography| Jackson Pollock-Inspired Mikkel Paige PhotographyBeauty & the Beast Inspired Brklyn View PhotographyAndy Warhol Inspired Amy Gray PhotographyLisa Frank Inspired Mikkel Paige Photography | Weylin Brooklyn Whyman StudiosTutti Frutti Mikkel Paige PhotographyScooped Up Brklyn View  Photography

Winter Wedding Ideas Inspired by Suiting

This one’s for the guys. The guys with their peak lapels and shawl collars, perfectly tied ties and just shined shoes. And the guys with their suits. Oh their suits! We so often overlook what grooms are wearing, assuming all suits and tuxedos are created equal so when we stumbled upon The Black Tux and saw their incredible suit and tuxedo assortment…we were impressed! Their suits come in such a breadth of styles and colors, looking over their selection we wondered, what would a winter wedding look like if inspired by a groom’s suit? Scroll through to see our three favorite color palettes and find out who wore it best…

The elusive midnight tuxedo, a big trend at the moment and we’re all about it as a modern upgrade on your traditional black tux. For the perfect mix we love a midnight tuxedo with a black lapel accent and it pairs perfectly with our Midnight Parker. A geometric patterned linen in just the right color combination. Navy has always been a wedding color palette favorite and we especially love it for winter weddings with a pop of Marsala (we’re big fans of Marsala). If you’re feeling super swanky, maybe don a Marsala-hued smoking jacket to pair with our Wine Velluto linen.

Maybe you’re ditching the cold weather for a tropical wedding in Miami – we can’t blame you – and a more colorful wedding palette. We’re totally feeling shades of olive green, to fit right in with the lush foliage, anchored with black details, to keep it classy. Go all in on the full black tuxedo or swap the jacket for an emerald green and you’ll feel at one with the tropics. As for tabletop, keep it light without losing the elegance. We love the idea of a patterned linen, like our Honeydew Palomino linen, on one table style mixed with a combination of our Apple Metallic Burlap and patterned Black Ink Napkin on the other style. That’s a winter wedding in the tropics!

And if you’re going to a destination spot for your winter wedding perhaps you’ve landed in New Orleans just in time for Mardi Gras! Let’s embrace the location with a palette in traditional shades of plum (and maybe even Ultra Violet). We’re so into a grey suit, it really anchors the look, and creates a great base for a tablescape. If you want to add that Nola flair to your party we like the Preston Bailey Collection Off White Shimmer or the Natural Mini Koi to give it that sparkle! Or really embrace the French Quarter with a fleur-de-lis motif, like our Plum Neiman linen. Of course dress for the occasion, perhaps a head to toe Rose colored suit, a perfect match for our Rose Velluto linen. Laissez les bon temps rouler!

Navy and Marsala Styled Photo Katie Lopez PhotographyOlive and Black Styled Photo Katie Lopez PhotographyPlum and Grey Styled Photo Sara Kelley PhotographySuiting Images The Black Tux

Inspired by Ultra Violet to Design in a Purple Palette

Pantone describes its 2018 Color of the Year pick as, “a dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade,” that, “communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.” Wow, that is giving us all the positive-vibes for the year. So with Ultra Violet on the mind, we thought we’d look back on some of our favorite Purple looks. Countdown on our top 7 looks and find some inspiration for using the color Purple…

Photo: Jenna Nicole Photos

This sweet and sophisticated design from Ashton Events is a perfect way to set the base with Purple. Our Eggplant Velluto was accented with hints of blush and gilded accents, our favorite pieces being those sophisticated swans swimming on by.  

Photo: SBM Portraits

Give purple a stark contrast by setting it against a textured black linen. Swoon Soiree opted for our Black Leather Rosette and brought in purple hues with a the napkin detail and in the floral arrangement.

Photo: Alexandra Vonk Photography

Flaire Weddings took us to Provence, France (literally!) for this gorgeous lavender-inspired shoot. Set against a perfectly landscaped garden, a table dressed in our Lilac Velluto was just the romantic place for dinner.

Photo: Sara Kelley Photography

Set in the Big Easy, this New Orleans styled shoot from Belladeux Event Design pulled out all the stops. Our Preston Bailey Collection Off White Shimmer set the sparkling setting for this purple and silver wedding design. The purple hues came cascading down from the orchid arrangement to the charger plates.

Photo: Sofia Negron Photography

This properFUN design from Jes Gordon sets just the right balance between edgy and sweet. Our Ivory Laurel linen was accented with shades of blush, purple and blue across the tabletop and in a mix of chair pads, adding such a fun design element!

Photo: Collin Pierson Photography

From Kesh Designs in Chicago comes this incredible design. Orchids in shades of purple cascaded onto the tabletop to meet our Preston Bailey Collection Champagne Heather Napkin Bands wrapped around our Stone Metallic Faux Dupioni napkins. With our Champagne Metallic Forest linen, it tied together beautifully for a golden look.

Photo: Jeremie Barlow Photography

And one of our favorite looks, really bringing all the nuances of Purple to the party, was this Purple Rain inspired event at Engage!16 at The Breakers in Palm Beach. Our Purple Sequin Taffeta danced the night away at this after party with the Prince vibes all around! We can’t think of a better way to celebrate with this magical color!

A Tented Wedding Celebration in Cape Cod

While we may have been dreaming of a white Christmas just a few weeks ago, we’re always in the mood for a Cape Cod celebration to warm us up (at least in spirit). Add to that a Luke Wilson Events wedding, and let’s cue this lovely celebration at Chatham Bars Inn just in time to bring in some heat.

Kicking off the festivities was an outdoor cocktail party with a traditional maritime feel. Our Honeydew Palomino and Whisper Green Tuscany linens brought in some cool green neutrals to mix in with white lounge seating and blue and white striped couches. All the colors played so well to bring in that crisp nautical feel!

When we got to the reception, we were welcomed into a gorgeous setting tented by Sperry Tents. A neutral palette was set for the day with tables dressed in our Flax Metallic Burlap linens and runners alongside Ivory Western linens, all seated with wood cross back chairs. 

Just the perfect pop of color was brought in on the tabletop with delicate florals in bright coral and with fuchsia orchids cascading onto the table. We love how the napkin tied in to the design, playing off the floral palette with just the perfect gold detail cinching it together.

As guests got ready to dance the evening away, our Fire Metropolitan and Beige Chained linens were scattered around for cocktails and lounge seating lined the dance floor, decorated with our Raspberry Oxford, Orange Barboza, and Natural Western pillows.

As we took in the cool Cape Cod breeze and partied under the canopied tent, Brian Leahy Photography captured each detail and every laugh of the weekend. Cape Cod, with your sandy dunes and soft seas, we can’t wait to see you again!

Photography  Brian Leahy Photography | Planning and Design Luke Wilson Events | Venue Chatham Bars Inn | Stationery Magnificent Milestones | Band Night Shift Entertainment | Lighting Ormonde Productions | Rentals True North, Be Our Guest | Tenting Sperry Tents | Videography Hart to Hart Media | Hair and Make Up Dianna Quagenti

Our Top Event Instagram Posts of 2017

Here we are, at the beginning of a brand new year! We loved saying goodbye to 2017 with a black-and-gold sequin celebration and are excited to get right down to business in 2018. But, before we jump ahead full speed, we thought we might reflect back on what you really liked on our Instagram last year to see how we can use that to drive new designs. After all, you did like us 247,257 times and that makes us feel pretty great!

So, what were your favorite Instagram shots of 2017? Let’s explore some of the top liked posts and see how we can use your feedback to drive our new collections in 2018.

And, if you want to share some great ideas with us, we’re always looking for your input as we design our new styles. Drop us a line in the comments below or shoot us a note here!

Photo: Manda Weaver

The most liked image from 2017 was this one featuring our Tangerine Zoie linen at the Intrigued Experience. The bright orange hues in this paired so nicely with vibrant purple blooms, we were absolutely in love too! And of course the table arrangement was something fun to look at too. In 2018 we’re thinking pairing bold colors together is set for a comeback!

Photo: Villa Treville

This stunning table set on the Amalfi Coast was a real stunner! A dream brought to life by Marcy Blum and her incredible team. Our Gold Damask Organza Overlay added just the right touch of gold to this one. Maybe 2018 will be the year of more is more?

Photo: Perez Weddings

How about this for an all white wedding? This Diamond Affairs soiree nailed that look. Even though everything was dressed in white, our Preston Bailey Collection Off White Shimmer overlay added that touch of sparkle to make the tables twinkle. We’re definitely all in on that classic all white wedding palette.

Photo: White-Klump Photography

Remember when we said we were going all in on bold colors? Well, looks like you are too because this was in our top ten for 2017. We’ve always been fans of combining orange and hot pink but this Table 10 Event Design party really takes the cake! So let’s keep on bringing in the bright colors in 2018, in particular we’re thinking orange and yellow for the year.

Photo: Cadence and Eli Photography

This color palette is just divine. From the creative mind of Rocket Science Events comes this beautifully romantic design (from a photoshoot lovingly dubbed #IndustrialBacon no less). We’re all about how the pink and red color palette was grounded by our Black Leather Dot Linen. For 2018 we’re thinking texture – lots of it in all different forms.A Do yourself a favor and scroll through all the images here to really fall in love!

Photo: Floral and Bloom Designs

We can’t get this head table out of our minds and apparently neither could you. And really who could blame you when Floral and Bloom Designs transformed the room with this amazing hanging installation? We love how it floated right over our Sultry Beige Anita runner, elongating the table even more. Runners definitely have their perfect place in our hearts for 2018!

Photo: Carrie Patterson Photography

Anna Lucia Events absolutely blew this one out of the water (pun intended!). If we could we’d take all of our dinners at this incredible table, set right on the beautiful coast of Naples, FL. We’re completely obsessed with the monochromatic nude color palette, pairing our Blush Plaster linen with our Maison Dining Chairs. We’re guessing these pretty shades of neutral are sticking around in 2018!

Rounding out your favorites of 2017 was this sneak peek shot into our 2017 collection! We love giving you a look behind our design process so in 2018 we’d love to hear what you want to see. Make sure to stay tuned on Instagram and drop us your comments!

Vendors Click on each image to see all creative partner details!

Black and Gold Décor Inspiration for New Years Eve

It’s that time again, the end of the year and preparing to welcome in 2018 with a bang! Last year we were all about bright colors for the celebration, while this year we’re really feeling the gold love. Anchor down those metallics with some luxe black details and we are ready to party!

We worked with Rodri Studio on this lavishly elegant look, full of rich metallic and cascading orchids. The table was set with our Black and Gold Koi linen giving us the perfect base to build this look on. Rodri Studio gave the tablescape a modern feel with square mirrored pedestals topped with minimal arrangements of white flowers, including a centerpiece of cascading white orchids.

Keeping with our gold motif, we added in gilded tabletop accents such as our Clear Charger with Gold Rim and Stone Metallic Faux Dupioni Napkin paired with gold flatware. As for seating, mixing and matching two styles gave the table a fun added dimension! Our Rose Gold Phoenix Chair, an exclusive design, ran down the table with our Gold High Back Wing Chairs anchoring the ends.

Combining a stellar sequin linen with simply chic décor, we think this table is just the place we want to ring in the new year!

Floral Design Rodri Studio | Linen, Charger and Chairs Nuage Designs