How to be a Boss like Tony Conway

It’s no surprise to us that Legendary Events has been in business for nearly twenty years, we have, after all, met Mr. Tony Conway himself. His premier special-events company is behind many of Atlanta’s most renowned events, providing their expertise in everything from planning to floral design for political figures, beloved celebrities and everyone else wise enough to book them. So, in the spirit of the New Year, inspired by those in the events industry who have set the bar so high, we sat down with Tony to pick his brain and kick off our 2017 goal setting.

Read on to hear about how he got started in events, his secrets to running a successful business and what is on the horizon for Legendary Events!

Nüage Designs: Tell us your story – how did you get into the event world?

Tony Conway: I started in the hotel industry when I was 16 at Holiday Inn. I then moved to Marriott Hotels for 12 years, Stouffer Hotels for 4 Years and Ritz Carlton for 4 years as Director of Catering and Conference Services.

ND- What made you decide to explore so many different aspects of the event process (catering, florals, design, planning)?

TC -It’s really a natural progression because they all are part of what we do to make an event happen. Plus I also decided that this would give us more control over the product and a better return on investment (ROI).

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ND – You also own and operate venues in Atlanta, what was the impetus to make that leap?

TC – It’s good to have spaces that we have full control over for all aspects of an event. It gave us the freedom to create an environment for our clients that I felt was missing in the marketplace. In the end it made sense as a business owner and for all of the clients we enjoy creating special moments for.

ND – You’ve been in business for almost 20 years, what would you say is the secret to that success?

TC – Four things.

1. The team. I am surrounded by amazing members of the special event industry that do it better than I can. I have always felt like the conductor of the symphony and the talent in my orchestra is what makes the music happen.

2. Knowing when to make calculated changes and take risks.

3. Listening to our customer.

4. Making sure I have a trusted team of accountants and attorneys that keep a watchful eye over everything, so that we can concentrate on providing the best possible service for our clients.

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ND – How do you find great team members to join Legendary Events? Do you find that you hire employees that stay for a long time with the company?

TC – I am fortunate that so many of the team have moved up in the company. We also benefit from positive word of mouth recommendations that often produces great talent. I tend to hire slowly and carefully in order to make sure that every new team member understands the mission of the company, has a passion for the industry and for making a profit. The Legendary Events family are a tight knit group who work extremely hard; if you don’t pull your weight as part of the team they are usually the ones moving you out!

ND – How do you maintain long-standing client relationships to ensure continued projects together?

TC – Listen…Listen…Listen. We’re honest with our clients and take them “along the journey” with us when planning their events. We let them know if something does not work. We always provide alternative solutions and we’re honest if their request does not fit into our budget guidelines in advance. It’s always important to remember that this is not what they do but they have some ideas and we need to help them bring that to life. I have a philosophy, our clients are part of our overall sales team: they put us in front of their guests who are also potential clients…and they pay for this! Our clients are THE BEST form of advertising for we have. So we are always trying to make sure the entire guest list is treated as though they were the client.

ND – Legendary Events always wows us with new ideas, where do you find inspiration to always innovate?

TC – Everywhere: The fashion industry, other colloquies and what they are doing, conferences, our clients, restaurants, social media, TV, film. You name it.

ND – Of the entire event process, which is your personal favorite?

TC – I enjoy the first meeting. Listening to the client and talking through how we can make those ideas come to life never gets old.

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ND – When speaking with newer business owners in the weddings and events space, what would be your advice to them on growing their business and brand in a way that is true to self?

TC – Have a plan and continue to change that plan. Make sure you learn this business, not just work in the business. Make sure you have your finances in order and be prepared for slumps in the business. Hire slow, fire fast. Surround yourself with talent that is smarter than you.

ND – If you could plan a party for anyone, dead or alive, who would that be?

TC – Tina Turner – She’s a legend, need I say more!

ND – What else is on the horizon for LE?

TC – Possibly acquiring additional venues and continuing to look for ways to improve upon what we are already doing.

Blue Koi – NYE Party Inspiration

Oooh, how we love New Year’s Eve! The night holds such promise and it always feels like there’s magic in the air. Our favorite thing about NYE is ringing it in with good friends, delicious snacks and a little bit of bubbly. So what’s the only thing that could top an already fantastic party on the 31 st ? A New Year’s Eve wedding!

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Cue Mikkel Paige of Mikkel Paige Photography and Leah Weinberg of Color Pop Events with the perfect NYE wedding inspiration. Shot at the new trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn venue, Dobbins St., this Jackson Pollock-inspired shoot is just incredible.

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The team pulled in the venue’s black, white and Yves Klein blue color palette to drive the design for the Bliss & Bone paper goods, Hawkins New York dinner plates and Nine Cakes wedding cake – all of which were the perfect blend of elegance and coolness.

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We really love how the table scape came together, contrasting our royal and silver sequin linen, the Blue Koi, with modern black & white accents and pretty pink bouquets from Blade Floral and Event Designs. Modern wedding design at it’s finest!

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And of course the bride, in her gorgeous Hayley Paige gown, was stunning! The soft layers and edgy design make for the perfect gown for a modern bride. So, what do you get when you combine a brilliant design plus the Manhattan skyline in the company of your most beloved? Sounds like a perfect night to us!

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Photography Mikkel Paige Photography | Styling  Kristen Poissant | Floral Design Blade Florals and Event Design | Venue Dobbin St. | Wedding Dress Hayley Paige | Wedding Shoes Kate Spade | Jewelry Susie Saltzman Custom Fine Jewelry | Hair and Makeup Chelsie Robben | Makeup Adriana Andaluz | Bridesmaids Dress Hayley Paige Occasions | Groom’s Attire The Black Tux | Groomsman’s Attire J.Crew | Catering Ryan Brown Catering | Wedding Cake Nine Cakes | Cake Truffles Mini Melanie | Rentals Broadway Party Rentals | Linens Nuage Designs | Dinner Plates Hawkins New York | Custom Painting Art by Megan | Calligraphy Anne Robin | Paper Goods Bliss and Bone | Videography NST Pictures

Inspired By: Art Deco

Ah, Les Arts Décoratifs, is there a more timeless style than that? Art Deco is such a stunning style with an incredibly interesting history. Born in the early 1900’s, it gained popularity in design, architecture and lifestyle in the roaring 20’s leaving it’s mark across fashion, art and notable buildings throughout the world. Most recently we saw resurgence in the popularity of Art Deco and that certain je ne sais quoi of the 1920’s in the way of speakeasies, flapper-inspired outfits and Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 adaptation of The Great Gatsby.

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In the spirit of the upcoming new year and kicking it off in style, we’re finding inspiration in Art Deco through the eyes of our friends over at Blue Gardenia Events. Join us as we travel back to the roaring twenties in preparation of 2017!

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The play between craftsmanship and ornamentation was at the forefront of Art Deco design. Based on primarily geometric motifs, the designs were based on simple designs ornamented with rounded curves and sunburst patterns. You can see a beautiful interplay in New York City’s Chrysler Building, built in 1928 by architect William Van Alen.

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To go along with that, there was a strong emphasis on using high quality materials. You’ll find pieces crafted in silver, jewelry with inlaid jade, and designs embellished with ivory. Our favorite place to look for some of these materials is in jewelry from the era. From strands of pearls to long-pendant earrings, the look was one of exuberance. Diamonds, vibrant gemstones and colorful natural stones in emerald and Asscher cuts were set in silver and white-gold to match the angular and futuristic feel of the period.

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With the change in times came a change in fashion, especially for women. Ladies, it was the time to free yourself from the corset and rock a relaxed frock with basically no waistline. While they were at it, they freed those ankles too with hemlines coming up to mid-calf and soon after, above the knee (scandalous!). In addition to altering silhouettes, designers like Coco Chanel were revamping fashion with new styles of tailoring, draping and embellishing with beads and feathers for the first time!

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For men, “dapper” was the look. Well tailored and topped with a hat was the style! Most of the time men were to be seen in suits, generally a white button-down shirt with suspenders (or rather braces, the button- kind), a vest and pleated pants, sometimes cuffed, which were worn in a much fuller cut than they are today.

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Tie the look together with some nicely polished brogues or two-toned saddle shoes. What a handsome fella! Even with prohibition taking place, cocktails were rampant. With the ban on alcohol, speakeasies started popping up as a meeting place where drinks were free flowing. Adding entertainment in the form of music or live performances made speakeasies the place to be!

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What we really love most about Art Deco and the culture that surrounded it, beyond the pretty, shiny things, was the attitude. The bon vivants of the time imbued their laissez-faire attitudes and love of life in every moment. It was a time of opulence and exuberance, from architecture to lifestyle, and that sentiment still rings true today.

So, raise a glass to Art Deco, a lavish time of indulgence that still makes for a damn good party. Cheers!

Photographer Arte de Vie Photography | Design & Planning Blue Gardenia Events | Floral Design Bee’s Wedding and Event Design | Linens Nuage Designs | Stationery Jenn and Jules Designs | Calligraphy VCalligraphy | Cake/Pastries Melissa’s Fine Pastries | Hair My Haute Dame | Makeup Midori Makeup Artistry | Fashion Accessories Love It! | Videography One Louder Production | Rental Equipment Event Rental | Lighting Firefly Ambiance | Vintage Deco Furniture Prête a fete | Tuxedo’s John’s Tuxedo’s

Winter Wedding in the Berkshires

Nestled right in the Berkshires, just a stroll away from the heart of Lenox, Massachusetts , is the lovely Kemble Inn. A modern haven housed in an 1881 historic mansion, this little inn is the perfect place for an intimate wedding. And with a setting like this, who else but Emily Starr Alfano from mStarr Design to make it a magical night!

This lovely wedding took our breaths away when we saw it. Starting with the bride…talk about a lady in red! This gorgeous bride rocked a burgundy Modern Trousseau gown that really just stole the show. Paired with her handsome groom, in his navy blue suit, this couple wowed together.

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Stepping into the Kemble Inn, the mood was set just right by the stylings of mStarr Design. With a palette of black, taupe and deep red, the look was equal parts romantic as it was provocative. We love how Emily mixed in burlap linens with sequins, making it an elegant yet casual evening really playing off of the Inn’s look with the Berkshires vibe. Our very favorite thing however was the fur and feather details. Pairing metal café chairs with taupe throws really brought everything together.

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The lush florals, with blooms ranging in color from blush pink to deep wine red, were placed amongst an assortment of sage and evergreen foliage. We love how Carolyn Valenti Flowers tied in the bride’s dress colors in the arrangements throughout the ceremony and reception, from atop of the mantle, to the marble torso on the grand piano and the detailed antique standing vases.

Captured in all of it’s beauty by Lovebird Studio, this wedding really got to us. Looking through the pictures we felt like the couple’s aesthetic and personality really shined throughout the event. An intimate wedding, a quirky inn and a cozy refined design, this is one of our winter faves!

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Photography Lovebird Studio  | Event Design + Styling  mStarr design | Floral Design Carolyn Valenti Flowers | Venue Kemble Inn | Save the Dates mStarr design | Invitations Wouldn’t it be Lovely | Calligraphy Laura Hooper Calligraphy | Rentals Rentals Unlimited | Linens + Pillows Nuage Designs | Bridal Gown Modern Trousseau

Celebrate the Holidays in Style

Holiday parties are officially here! We can hardly believe it but it’s true. With so many events to attend and so many friends to celebrate with, be wary of design fatigue. No need to worry however because we’re here to help! We’ve put together our Holiday Style Guide with some of our favorite looks that can help inspire you this season. Whether you opt for mixed metals, go all-in on bright color or prefer a cozy neutral, there’s something for every occasion…because friends don’t let friends throw basic parties. Now let’s celebrate!

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Red River Waterfall Photo Levie Creative Co. | Design Pablo Oliveira of Nüage Designs | Props Always Flowers | 

Blue Koi Photo Mikkel Paige Photography | Design Color Pop Events | Florals Blade Floral and Event Designs | Paper Goods Bliss and Bone | Rentals Broadway Party Rentals | Dinner Plates Hawkins New York | Custom Painting Art by Megan | Calligraphy Anne Robin | Venue Dobbin St. Brooklyn |

Silver & Gold Table Photo Sofia Negron Photography | Design Matthew David Celebrations | Papergoods Ceci New York |

Emerald Sequin Taffeta Photo Sofia Negron Photography | Design Tinsel & Twine | Papergoods Ceci New York | Props West Elm |

Ivory Laurel Photo Sofia Negron Photography | Design jesGORDON/properFUN | Papergoods Ceci New York | Rentals Party Rental Ltd

Utah Dreaming

Have you been to Utah lately? Between the Great Salt Lake, the sweeping canyons and the mysteries abound in the desert, there’s so much to discover in this Southwestern state. Needless to say, we’ve had Utah on the mind lately, so when this breathtaking Park City styled shoot came our way, we could barely contain ourselves!

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Tracie Domino Events takes us to the St. Regis Deer Valley, a picture perfect venue offering luxury and modernity set against spectacular nature views. Imagine being able to step into the mountains, just a few feet away from where you said your vows. Even in this gorgeous Reem Acra gown it’s worth the adventure.

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Designing with a delicate blush palette, MMD Events created a lovely tablescape that blends glamorous and rustic styles perfectly. The centerpiece, a pretty array of light pink, coral and sage hues set atop of driftwood, is just lovely. We love how the metallics, in rose gold and copper tones, create a soft yet glitzy contrast to the wooden chargers and oak chairs.

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Captured on film by Lexia Frank photography, this was a truly magical shoot. You can see how vivid the colors, how warm the sun and how dreamy of a destination Utah is to say “I do!”

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Photography Lexia Frank Photography | Event Planning Tracie Domino Events | Wedding Dress Reem Acra | Stationery A&P Designs | Hair + Makeup Versa Artistry | Venue The St. Regis Deer Valley | Bridal Boutique Blush Bridal Sarasota | Decor MMD Events | Flatware Panache Party Rental | Linen Rentals Nuage Designs | Rentals Diamond Rental | Chargers Set Event Rentals

A Seat at Our Table: Expressing Gratitude

As we sit down to break bread with our families this Thanksgiving, we are reminded of how wonderful life is. From engagements and weddings to good health and great travels, 2016 has been a great year for our team. We invite you to pull up a seat at our table and share our gratitude for this year and great hopes for the next. So please, join us!

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With much gratitude to the incredible friends who put this table together for us to look at, be inspired by, and enjoy! Visions of Elegance Events, thank you for this warm fall design. Roots of Life Photography, thank you for sharing this gorgeous evening with us.

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Venue The Guesthouse Hotel | Photography Roots of Life Photography | Event Planning and Styling Vision of Elegance Events Design | Floral Vision of Elegance Events in collaboration with Gromeza Floral Design Studio | Catering Brix Catering | Sweets Vanille Patisserie | Rentals Halls Rental | Paper goods Sylvia Stremming Designs | Linens Nuage Designs | Chicago Style Weddings

Fall in the Lowndes Garden

Before the temps dip too low, let’s go back to Charleston! We cannot get enough of how gorgeous weddings are at Lowndes Grove Plantation and today’s wedding is no exception.

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Under a clear-top tent, this Boutique Planning wedding had us feeling like we were right in the gardens the whole evening. Even more so, the incredible arrangements from Branch Design Studio really made us feel like we were surrounded by flowers! I mean, let’s just look at the stunning floral chandelier, captured so perfectly by Paige Winn photo for us to obsess over.

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Imbuing the evening with the bride’s Italian heritage, olive branches were arranged on tabletops to resemble runners atop linen tablecloths. Keeping things in a very Tuscan-style, we love the use of simple white linen with light blush accents scattered throughout. Coupled with brushed gold accents, this rustic style reception was reached a perfect level of laid-back elegance.

This couple shared special parts of their heritages and tied them in with their personal aesthetic to create one amazing celebration of love. So, tie on your Chucks and let’s hit the dance floor to celebrate!

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Find the Original Feature Here | Photography Paige Winn | Floral Design Branch Design Studio | Planning and Production Ooh Events | Stationery Dodeline | Furniture Rentals Snyder Rental | Linens Nuage Designs |

We Hear You’re Engaged…

Looks like SOMEONE is engaged…congratulations! Now, how did they ask? Was it a flash mob, during a gorgeous hike, or maybe over a delicious candlelit dinner? Whatever the method, we’re so glad you said “yes,” because engagement parties are the best. Gather your best friends and close family and let’s plan this party!

As proper event professionals, we strongly believe that every party should have a theme. Engagement parties are extra special because they are all about celebrating the love of two special people. Is the couple really into wine, or maybe they’re music junkies? How about all the foodies out there? Find something that really resonates with who they are and amplify that to create an atmosphere that is so uniquely “them.” Here are a couple of our favorite ideas for the newly-engaged couple in your life:

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What’s not to love about brunch? There’s avocado toast, delicious lattes and sweatpants are totally encouraged. For the couple that cherishes their Sunday morning adventures, this is a great way to celebrate their engagement. Serve up some easy to share dishes, like muffin-pan egg frittatas or a make-your- own waffle station with an assortment of toppings (chocolate chips, please!). We love a DIY Bloody Mary bar with garnishes galore for those looking to fill up on their morning veggies. And for those who prefer mimosas in the morning, a bubbly bar with a selection of juices makes for a fun cocktail station. Keep the whole day bright and cheery! We love bold yellows and printed patterns to wake everyone right up. And if you’re feeling really ambitious, go for gospel. Nothing says good morning like a soulful “Hallelujah!”

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For the couple that spends weekend’s upstate and vacations at Yellowstone, an outdoor-themed party is the perfect fit. No need to hike anywhere, you can plan this one at your local park or your very own backyard. If you’ve got a grill, let’s fire it up! You can keep it simple with hot dogs and burgers, some great charred veggies and easy to share sides like baked beans and potato salad. And because nothing evokes the great outdoors like smoky smells, consider shaking up a mezcal cocktail or setting up a whiskey bar. Keep everything simple and true to nature. We love a calm green palette with earthy neutrals. Bring in some greenery by placing tiny succulents around the space. And of course, don’t forget the s’mores!

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If your newly engaged friends are always the hosts and never the guests, this is the perfect opportunity to show them a grand time. Let’s get dressy and party in style at a spectacular evening affair. Forget the oversized portions, everything on the menu is bite-sized and lipstick-friendly tonight. Set up a cheese plate with complementary charcuterie board and some refreshing crudité and dip. If you’re up to the challenge, mini quiche and mini beef wellingtons are delicious and also look really cute. Nothing says glam like martinis and champagne! Start your guests off with their pick of classic martini style, Gibson, Dirty, Vesper or “with a twist,” and let them toast the end of the night at the champagne bar. Turn on the tunes, we like some upbeat jazz or bossa nova to set the mood. A black, white and gold palette is just what this party calls for. Don’t shy away from sequins tonight! For a really fun party memento, consider setting up a step & repeat with a backdrop that highlight’s the couple’s engagement. No professional photographer required.

Whatever you decide, there’s no wrong way to celebrate the newly engaged couple. Cheers to them!

75 Degrees and Sunny

As temperatures begin to dip across the country, Miami reaches a beautiful “75 degrees and sunny,” or the kind of forecast that makes you really understand the whole “snowbird” phenomenon. A perfect snapshot of this seasonal paradise is this dreamy JCG Events wedding that took place at Vizcaya Gardens. From the bridesmaid’s pretty pink dresses to the cozy waterfront lounge, everything about this is swoon-worthy. So as you unpack your knit sweaters and wool socks, peek over the full set of images from Katie Lopez Photography and pretend for a moment that you too are “75 degrees and sunny.”

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First of all, Vizcaya. This museum and garden in South Miami is a real fairytale venue and so fitting for the gorgeous design of this wedding. The neutral blush palette plays so well with the natural elements of Vizcaya, brightening the space with a nice pink hue. We love the mix of different linens, from the Parchment Oxford to the Sultry Beige Dora, giving the wedding a rustic feel with a hint of sparkle.

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The flower arrangements are so perfect for the season! Southern Blossoms Florals brought in an assortment of colors ranging from delicate pink to light coral to deep magenta. These bright arrangements paired alongside tall branches draped with crystals and hanging greenery made it feel truly magical underneath the tent.

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As the sun set on this gorgeous affair and twilight took over, we cast our eyes over the water only to discover the dreamiest lounge area. Set against Biscayne Bay with Vizcaya’s boat-shaped stone barge in the background, French country-inspired Maison furniture welcomed party guests for a breath of fresh air. We will definitely remember this gorgeous wedding as the fall turns to winter and we think of more things to add to our list, “Reasons to become a Snowbird.”

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Katie Lopez Photography – Photographer | Pinwheel Film Co. – Video | Starr Events – Catering | 3 Pillars Events – Lighting | Elegant Harp – Ceremony Music | Tatjana Terzic – Hair and Make Up | Nuage Designs – Linens | Atlas Party Rentals – Ceremony Chairs, Dinning Chairs, Tables | Cloud 9 Bakery – Wedding Cake | Sperry Tents – Dance Floor | Southern Blossoms Florals – Flowers | JCG Events – Planning, Invitations | Music Maching – Band

Deconstructing Tablescapes: Inspired by Diwali

As we approach the end of October, populations around the world prepare to welcome in the New Year with Diwali, the “Festival of Lights.” This beautiful five-day festival symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and hope over despair. In the spirit of the season, we turned to our friends at Tinsel & Twine to deconstruct a beautifully designed table that will inspire plenty of celebrations!

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Tinsel & Twine used our Orange Hemp Flocking linen as the base of their design. With its deep orange hue and intricate pattern, the linen is reminiscent of traditional henna designs. Garlands of Marigolds, Carnations and velvety Celosias were strung together across the table in a gorgeous floral runner. The bright fuchsia, yellow, red and orange blooms really livened up the celebration! Marigolds are very symbolic in India representing passion and creativity and also used as love charms, especially for newlyweds!

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We love how the designers added in touches of brass throughout with ornate candleholders, traditional brass trays and hammered metal bowls filled with dried fruits and orange lentils. From the lasercut Ceci New York place cards to the decorative rim on Party Rental Limited’s Gold Florentine plates, each pattern plays perfectly off the other.

And of course, no Diwali celebration would be complete without twinkling candles! Pretty mercury glass tea-light holders added a magical sparkle to the night. From the Autumnal palette to the bold florals and gilded décor, we are obsessed with this beautiful design! Click through to our Pinterest board to be inspired and recreate this Tinsel & Twine design to host your own celebration!

Inspired By Fall’s Natural Beauty

Every fall we find ourselves in awe of the beauty of the season. We look around to see bursts of green holding on to sunny days as trees above us being to change color and lose their leaves. The natural color palette turns into a spectrum of neutrals, from blush to hazelnut, peppered with sprigs of green and deep autumnal oranges.

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In perfect seasonal style, Elleson Events designed this dream wedding inspiration that fits right in with fall’s natural color palette. The historic 1920’s mansion, The Swan House, in Atlanta, Georgia could not have been a better backdrop for this styled shoot. Simply Sarah Photography captured every lovely detail of the grounds, from the house’s ornate designs and stately columns to its cascading fountains and impeccably maintained boxwood gardens.

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Walking down the stairs and into the gardens we come across the perfect place to sit down and celebrate. A dainty table for eight is set in light blush hues. We adore the simple romance of this design with its lightly patterned linen, whimsical napkin detail and French-country inspired Maison chairs. Elleson Events brought in the perfect touch of color with an centerpiece brimming with ranunculus in ombre shades of red.

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Watching the bride stroll the gardens in her Alexandra Grecco dress is a real-life fairytale. From the vine-covered walls to the perfectly trimmed hedges, the greenery at The Swan House is in perfect contrast with the mansion. After seeing this, how could we not be taken by the natural beauty of fall?

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Photography Simply Sarah Photography  | Event Styling and Florals Elleson Events | Dresses by: Alexandra Grecco | Dresses Provided by Bash | Hair and Makeup Jennifer C. Nieman | Paper and Calligraphy Spurle’ Gul Studios | Ring Susie Saltzman | Vow Book Wedding Story Writer | Shoes Bella Belle Shoes | Rentals Nuage Designs | Styling Sweet Southern Charm | Ribbon Frou Frou Chic | Film Lab Photovision Venue The Swan House | #theswanhouse