Modern, ethereal, and regal were the guiding principles for the “Modern Love Story” styled shoot Scott and Cara Nava of Carasco Photography envisioned. When it comes to the ultimate New Year’s Eve celebration, this table design truly embodies the perfect combination of glam and a great time! The opulent setting was shot in the iconic structure that is now The Langham, Chicago, and was the last of its kind designed by architecture luminary, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
The regal tablescapes tied the theme together. A dazzling dose of gold accented a guest table with luxurious gilded linens, chargers, stemware, chairs, and their decorative sleeves. Ivory modern Louis chairs were striking at each end. A duo of tall vases with a hint of blush showcased arrangements that included roses, hydrangeas, and tulips in vanilla, magenta, and lavender tones were complemented by similar smaller bouquets in mercury glass urns. Fronted by a cluster of floral designs in the same pattern and palette, the sweetheart table was set apart with a sequined teal tablecloth. As a finishing touch, all place settings were topped with their own petite collection of pink roses.
Originally featured in: Inside Weddings || Photography by: Carasco Photography