Inspired by The Knot Pro Workshop at the State Room in Boston

As event professionals, we love a chance to mingle with our industry friends. For us, there’s no better time to meet and learn than a workshop with The Knot Pro! So much so that we’ve partnered with them again and again as their exclusive linen sponsor for all of their #TheKnotWorkshop stops. Want to see what all the fun is about? Scroll through for a peek into the Boston workshop that just took place…

The day kicked off at the State Room, a Longwood Venue, in the heart of downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Riding up to the 33rd floor, we were graced with views of the harbor that were just unbelievable! We Tie The Knots had the morning kicking right off with registration and breakfast looking out over the city. We had our pop up space set up in the space for attendees to explore our Design Trunk, 2018 Style Guide, and assortment of swatches all at their fingertips.


Onto where the magic happens, the workshop! Working with a color palette of purples and silvers, designed by Meldeen uniquely for the Boston event, we had an ombre effect of our Velluto linens that culminated in the Lavender Willow linen. It created a beautiful and serene setting for listening to industry pros from Boston and abroad as they delivered actionable insights for us to dig into!


Speaking of digging into things, lunch was a blast! We were randomly seated at tables, set with our Silver Lapidus linen, Silver Metallic Faux Dupioni napkin and Evening Mauve Satin napkin, and given the chance to connect with event professionals from all around who were attending for the afternoon. What a treat!


And of course, we wouldn’t be event professionals without ending the day with some cocktails! We ended the day right where we started for breakfast, with views from the 33rd floor of the State Room. But this time we had bubbles, snacks and a photobooth on wheels. Cheers to that!


We’re getting amped up for the next #TheKnotWorkshop stops – will you be joining in for any? If you want another sneak peek into what a day at the workshop is like, check out the San Diego stop here!

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Photography Anna & Spencer Photography | Planner and Designer We Tie The Knots | Venue & Catering State Room | Event Branding & Stationery Méldeen | Videographer Key Moment Films | Rentals Peak Event Services | Floral Design Beach Plum Floral Design | Favors Gutsey Bars, Make Your Life Sweeter (Fluffpop) | AV Gemini Audio Visual Inc. | Program DJ 617 Weddings & Events | Cocktails DJ Elevated Pulse Productions | Beauty B Lovely Beauty Studio | Photo Booth Luke Renchan Entertainment | Publishing Partner Two Bright Lights | Timeline Program Timed App

Tabletop Inspiration for your Weddings and Events with Pialisa Rentals

When it comes to crafting the perfect tabletop, it’s all about how your pieces work together. From linens to flowers, and paper goods to tabletop rentals, everything plays an important part in the look. And when it comes to the latter, Pialisa Rentals has us covered! Their impeccable eye for design and gorgeous collection of tabletop rentals is just what we’ve been looking for. Scroll through to see three styles paired with pieces from our collection and get inspired…

We may be a little biased, as our Beverly linen is one of our favorites, but isn’t this look just amazing? It’s summer personified! Pialisa took this print from casual to chic with a white and gold palette using their Oro Dinnerware and White + Gold Flatware. And we love how the menu cards, from Paper Gals gave an extra nod to the tropics with that punch of bright green. Set this one up poolside and you’re good to go!


A black and white palette will always be classic and with our toile-inspired Black Jamestown linen, all the better. Pialisa paired this look with their Jet Dinnerware collection and Black + Gold flatware, keeping the color palette streamlined with just a hint of shimmer. We’re obsessed with the florals from Ever After Floral Design. The assortment of bright greens with pops of white gives the design a fresh look!


And for something of a softer look, Pialisa used a neutral palette with pink accents against an exposed wood table. To give the tablescape that pop of color, Ever After Floral Design added in soft coral hues to the arrangement. Pialisa tied everything together with our Floral Monet Napkin set again their Unicorn Pink Dinnerware and Romantic Pink Charger. A match made in event design heaven!

Each little detail combines to make a tabletop spectacular! From napkins to paper goods, it all matters. What’s your favorite design element?

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Photographer Alisa Ferris | Tabletop Rentals Pialisa | Flowers Ever After Floral Design | Paper Goods Paper Gals Miami

A Magical Styled Shoot with Unicorns and Shades of Purple

The events industry is nothing if not magical. It’s full of surprises, bright colors, smiling faces and pure happiness. That’s what we live for! And as creatives in the events industry, there’s nothing like getting to play around and design something for the sheer fun of it. So when Jordan Payne, of Jordan Payne Events, pitched us shades of purple and unicorns, we said, “Go for it!” Scroll through to see her fantastical design…


The color palette is so rich on this design! Shades of purple are anchored with black accents and peppered with pops of pink. The flowers, from David Kimmel Design, give the design that “dark beauty” feel that Jordan Payne Events was looking for. The arrangement, although low on the tabletop, adds dimension with branches that extend toward the ceiling. A beautifully creative look for this design!

Our Lilac Velluto linen set the table with a lovely light purple hue, paired with a deeper shade of purple from our Purple Oxford napkins. We love the tabletop goods, from Posh Couture Rentals, that really tied everything together. Clear purple glassware, black china with a gold edge, and mirrored chargers gave the table a chic shimmer.


And for serious invitation inspiration, Ceci New York, dreamed up the star of the design, watercolor menu cards with mystical unicorns at the center. Paired with the rest of the invitation suite, which included paper flower details and laser cut accents, this really made the afternoon shine!

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Photography John Cain Sargent | Design Jordan Payne Events | Florals David Kimmel Design | China Posh Couture Rentals | Paper Goods Ceci New York

Mix and Match design elements for an Instagrammable tablescape

We love when things get a little…kooky, so when Ashton Events shared this styled photoshoot with us we were absolutely in love! From wooden accents to velvet textures and a lot of things in between, they mix-and-matched this table top to Instagram-enviable levels. Scroll through to read all about it…

First things first, let’s set the table. Our Indigo Batik linen was the base for this look, giving it a very bohemian vibe for Ashton Events to play off of. To our delight, they paired it with our Floral Monet Napkin, creating a contrast of prints that looked just divine together.


Wanting to elevate an otherwise casual feeling linen, Ashton Events added in touches of gold from the ceremony space to the tabletop. From gold flatware to gilded-edge chargers and towering floral arrangements, it added just the touch of metal to give it that chic finish.


And the florals, how we loved those! In beautiful soft, pastel shades they played right in with the decor. Ashton Events designed an assortment of arrangements giving the design extra dimensionality. Two tall arrangements sat at the ends of the table with a low flower runner in between, tying the light corals and blush pinks of the flowers together just right!

The other thing that we were absolutely obsessed with? The mix of wood and rattan seating used at the table. From two accent chairs at the heads of the table to an assortment of vintage wooden chairs and a simple bench draped with a plush fur throw, not one detail was overlooked!

Whether it’s a wedding ceremony or an intimate dinner party, we love this look! It’s the perfect combination of boho and chic with the stunning loft background of Haus 820 (and you know how much we love an industrial space!). What’s your take – do you mix and match when you design?

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Photography Justin DeMutiis | Venue Haus 820 | Design, Planning, and Florals Ashton Events | Wedding Dress Boutique White Magnolia Tampa | Hair Stylist Mary Galletta | Makeup Artist Mary Galletta | Paper Goods Eleven Note | Cake Fresco’s | Rentals Treasury Rentals Wish Rents Revel

Black and White Southwestern-Inspired Prints in Arizona

Ready to jet to the Southwest? Come along with us as we discover the Desert Foothills, an oasis of a wedding and events venue located just outside of Phoenix, Arizona. Inspired Environments dreamed up the concept for this dinner in the desert and we are ready to dine! Scroll through to see how everything came together…

Desert Foothills is the perfect place for an outdoor soiree in Arizona. We are in love with all the nuances of the space and how it set the backdrop for this shoot. The lounge area, an assortment of leather and cowhide seating accented with an assortment brass, gold, and clear acrylic tables, was tucked under an open air tent. Just the spot to take a seat and enjoy the desert views.

On to our favorite part, the tablescape! Our Black Sedona linen set the base for this design. With its geometric pattern, it’s reminiscent of Southwestern inspired textiles. Inspired Environments used a black top over the linen on which chargers and desert-inspired images were drawn on for a whimsical and creative touch on this design! Giving the table top a bright punch of color, AZ Petal Pushers brought in bright greens, oranges and reds in succulent arrangements that ran down the center of the table. A perfect compliment to this black and white design!


And kudos to the attention to detail! We love the bar, a cowhide texture with an optic white frame and light wood top to tie back to the lounge area. We can only imagine how the warms colors of this rental shine against the desert orange once sunset starts to hit.

From Southwestern-inspired prints to bright succulents, this is a desert celebration we’d be thrilled to attend! How do you design with Black and White?


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Photographer Mary Ellen Kopp with Randall Photography LLC | Design Inspired Environments | Florals AZ Petal Pusher | Rentals Event Rents | Venue Desert Foothills

A Bold Print Outdoor Party with Fiesta Inspiration

There are so many wonderful things to cherish about summer. From beach days to boat rides, being outdoors really tops our list for the season. And the number one thing we really love to do? Dining al fresco with friends! It seems we’re not the only ones. The team behind Event Prep in Detroit, MI, put together some bold fiesta inspiration fit for a summer soiree. Scroll through to see what they dreamed up…

No matter what time of year, a bright-colored party is always right! Event Prep designed this fiesta-inspired photo shoot in bold hues of orange, fuchsia and blue and we’re so into the combination. Our Papel Chino print was used not just once, but twice, to set the scene! Our Orange Papel Chino Runner was used on the DIY Nacho Bar and our Royal Papel Chino linen was used on the tablescape. One style, two ways for an amazing party design!


Finding inspiration from our Papel Chino print and Mexican Talavera tiles, Glass City Cupcakes design a cake so perfect we could hardly believe our eyes (and tastebuds!). Patterned blue on white print covered the base with a combination of succulents and flowers topped the design. Delicious and divine!

We are absolutely in love with how fun this concept came together. The team at Event Prep really took the theme and ran with it! From the DIY Nacho Bar, with toppings arranged in pink cactus margarita glasses, to the personal-size Patron favors, every detail was covered. And did you see the photo booth? Cactus outlines painted to match the party’s palette we set against a fuchsia backdrop, creating the most Instagrammable spot for a guest photo!


As always, another great excuse for going bold with color! Looking for more bright inspiration? Check out this tropical-inspired photoshoot in Chicago. One of our faves!

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Photography Amanda Collins Photography | Design & Styling Event Prep | Florals Hafner Florist | Desserts Glass City Cupcakes | Custom Cocktail Napkins With Love and Ink | Stationery Letterpress

Inspired by The Knot Pro Workshop at the US GRANT Hotel in San Diego

When it comes to hosting an events industry workshop, The Knot Pro really knows how to do it! We’ve partnered with them as their exclusive linen sponsor since 2017 and have gone from Hawaii to New York City with a ton of stops in between. Most recently we stopped over in San Diego, at The US GRANT Hotel, and had an absolute blast! Scroll through to take a peek into the workshop…

Welcome in! We’re loving the registration set up, from White Lace Events and Design, the planners and designers of the event. The natural and rustic look of wooden accents, wrought iron details and lots and lots of greenery gave the hotel sleek design a cozy feel. Oh and all the lemon details? We’re adding that to our fave-things-for-fall list.

Stepping into the workshop room, a set up for 200 attendees, we were taken aback! An ombre sea of our velluto linens, starting with our Steel Velluto, to our Charcoal Velluto, and ending with our Black Velluto, played so well with the hotel carpet (which we all know can be a thing). It also gave a cool effect in the space, creating a nice neutral base for the stage design, with beautiful furniture and stylish decor, to really be the focal point.


As we heard incredible presentations from The Knot team, local California event professionals, and friends from across the states, we picked up an appetite. Stepping into a garden inspired lunch we couldn’t help but gasp at the delicious design. With a blue and white table palette, set with our Royal Delft linen paired with our White Hemstitch napkins and our Indigo Velluto linen paired with our Snow Elizabeth Lace napkins, paired with wooden cross-back chairs and delightful floral arrangements from Botanicamuse, we felt as if we were dining in Italy!



Aside from connecting with friends, new and old, one of our favorite things about The Knot Workshops is the chance to really dig into our business, from headshots to one-on-one consultations, there’s a lot to explore. We’ve even joined in the fun with a space of our own where attendees can come meet our team, explore our linens, take home our 2018 Style Guide and discover our Design Trunk all in one place!



Have you had a chance to join us at #TheKnotWorkshop yet? Next stop is in Boston – nab a ticket and head out to meet us. If Boston is a little far from home, here’s the schedule for the rest of the year – hope to see you soon!


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Photography Shane and Lauren Photography | Planner and Designer White Lace Events and Design | Venue & Catering The US GRANT Hotel | Event Branding & Stationery Méldeen | Breakfast MIHO Catering Co. | Afternoon Desserts Michele Coulon Dessertier | Afternoon Gelato Sicilian Breeze Gelato | Headshot Photographer France Photographers | Videographer Le Reve Films | Rentals and Styling To Be Designed San Diego | Rentals Bright Event Rentals Entree Plates, Flatware & Goblets Cheri’s Vintage Table | Floral Design Botanicamuse | Favors Design by Laney | Stroopwafels Gourmet Wedding Gifts | AV, DJ, & Live Music Encore Event Entertainment | Faux Cake on Stage Sugar and Scribe | Beauty Diamond Beauty Hair and Makeup | Photo Booth Red Photo Booth | Cotton Candy Station Make Your Life Sweeter Fluffpop | Timeline Program Timed App

A Living Lookbook

There were marble tabletops, vertical tabletops and even swinging tabletops at #ALivingLookbook and we can barely control our excitement! This amazing event, hosted in NYC alongside our showroom collective, Bastille Flowers & Events, RedBliss Design, Sofia Crokos Events & Lifestyle, and BorrowedBLU, was a blast to concept and bring to life. Scroll through to immerse yourself in our living lookbook…

Welcome in! We flipped some tables around (and on their sides) to turn our collective showroom into an off the walls living lookbook – quite literally. Not only was this meant to inspire creativity, but also to connect like-minded creatives in our industry. Lucky for us, Marcia Selden Catering helped us set the mood with glasses of sparkling water and wine and a never-ending stream of snacks!



As a creative team, we came into this event wanting to inspire less traditional ways of looking at events. We rigged up five swings to showcase different tabletop looks, adorned with beautiful pieces from RedBliss Design, BorrowedBLU and an assortment of our linens and napkins. To give them a really striking contrast, they were set against a black backdrop with vibrant florals from Bastille Flowers & Events tying them together in an artful, organic form!

Across from the swings, set against our already existing floral wallpaper, we designed a vertical tablescape – giving attendees that perfectly Instagrammable overhead shot without having to lean over the tabletop. Sofia Crokos Events & Lifestyle anchored the setting with our Black Metallic Forest, adding in a pop of color with our Avocado Oxford napkins and mixed metal accents with a gold charger from RedBliss Design and gilded glassware from BorrowedBLU. The perfect mix of textures and colors to have this design jumping off the wall!


And for those who love an exposed tabletop, we gave our marble island a light summer refresh with panels of our art-deco inspired Nude Raleigh  linen. We can’t get enough of the gold napkin buckle RedBliss Design added to our Blush Ditsy napkin, giving a casual design an elegant touch! Add to that a stunning arrangement in shades of pink and red, from Bastille Flowers & Events, and you’ve got yourself a delicious place to dine!


We’re so grateful for our friends and partners that came by to say hello. From sharing ideas to saying cheers, it was quite the day! If you couldn’t make it, we’d love to have you by, give us a shout and come say hello!

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Photography Phillip Van Nostrand | Catering Marcia Selden Catering | Hosts Bastille Flowers & Events RedBliss Design Sofia Crokos Events & Lifestyle BorrowedBLU Nuage Designs

Bright Inspiration for Spring Wedding Flowers

It’s SPRING! With the change in temps came the bloom of flowers and we are dreaming in the colors of the season. From bright corals to deep fuchsias, the foliage this time of the year has us feeling more inspired than ever! It looks like we aren’t the only ones either. This gorgeous styled shoot from Styled Shoots Across America is on the same wavelength as us, scroll through to check out this perfectly seasonal set up!

Cator Woolford Gardens, in Atlanta, Georgia, set a beautiful backdrop for this shoot. With its trellised walkways and sweeping greens, it’s a dream wedding location. Heather Benge Events took advantage of the landscaped grounds to put together the loveliest lounge setting with furniture from Southern Vintage. We’re gushing over the pretty pink tufted velvet armchairs, just the place for newlyweds to celebrate their nuptials!

And how about that dining location? Nestled between stone columns and tucked underneath overgrown vines, it’s the most romantic little spot! We love how our Sage Plaster linen set the table with soft shades of green and taupe, giving florals by Intrigue Designs room to blossom! And blossom they did! The floral arrangement truly brought Spring feelings to life in lush, cascading shades of pink and orange. What joy!

We’re head over heels for the table top decor, delicate pieces from Tea and Old Roses that tied everything together. Lovely vintage china in matching shades of blush and mint mixed in with mother of pearl chargers and shiny gold flatware to give this tablescape a beautiful shimmer. Rose-colored glassware completed the look giving guests the perfect glasses to cheers with!

From the spring color palette to the garden setting, we’re falling head over heels from this one! And if you’re looking for more spring looks, check out this dreamy Los Angeles styled shoot and get ready to be inspired!

 

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Photographer Tanya McSween Photography | Host Styled Shoots Across America | Planning & Design Heather Benge Events | Venue Cator Woolford Gardens  | Flowers Intrigue Teaches | Hair Venyah Beauty | Makeup Jae R. Joseph | Paper Goods & Calligraphy Gracefully Made Art | Gown CTO Bridal | Cake A. Joy Cakes | Table Top Décor Tea and Old Roses | Ceremony Backdrop, Furniture, & Bar Setup Southern Vintage  | Ribbon Lion Ribbon

Adding Texture to your Event Design!

Whether it’s a wedding or a social celebration, the best events are really all about tantalizing the five senses. From the setting to the cocktails, you’ve thought of every last detail to make this event incredible, kudos to you! So you’ve hit sight, sound, taste and smell, but did you remember to include touch? If not, we’ve got you covered! From our super soft velvet-inspired Velluto collection to an array of voluminous ruffles and waves, there’s a linen out there for you. Here are three of our favorite ways to have your guests getting touchy-feely at the party…

Amp up the volume with our Blush Tulle Wave, our slightly softer take on our traditional Ruffle linen. The tulle fabric gives you all the perks of texture while adding a romantic feel to your tablescape. Petal Productions paired it with a beautiful arrangement of roses topped with antler adornment. The combination makes for a perfect balance of modern and whimsy!

If you’re looking for lasercut, our Rose Iris overlay from the Preston Bailey Collection is the perfect piece. The floral motif shines in its leather-look fabric with just the right amount of gloss. Smells Like Peonies Events paired it with an assortment of antique brass candleholders that cascaded down the table like a runner. And to keep the look minimal they used clear Kartell-inspired ghost chairs paired with textured pillows, to make guests feel extra comfortable at their seat.

And for the ultimate favorite feeling, let’s get the Velluto! Our softest style yet, it’s a velvet-inspired fabric that’ll have your guests running their hands over the tablecloth all night long. Heather Benge Events styled the Blush Velluto with our Snow Elizabeth Lace napkins just right for an outdoor soiree. We love how the florals played with monochromatic hues to really pop against the linen. *Swoon*

Whether you’re looking for volume in the way of ruffles and tulle, or something that will add a tactile element while laying flat, such as leather and velvet, there’s a linen out there to bring that fifth sense to the party. Your guests will be getting touchy-feely before they even realize it!

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Blush Tulle Wave | Photographer Katie Lopez Photography | Florals Petal Productions |

Rose Iris | Photographer Brianna Wilbur | Venue Brookgreen Gardens | Planner Smells Like Peonies Events | Florals Charleston Flower Market | Gown Alyssa Kristin | Jewelry Lindsay Marie Design | Ring Trumpet & Horn | Ring Box Mrs. Box | Calligraphy + Invitation Dovehouse Handmade | Shoes BHLDN | Desserts + Cake Pink Pineapple European Bakery | Event Rentals Event Works | Hair & Makeup Silvia Salon & Spa 

Blush Velluto | Photographer Si Creative Photography | Host Styled Shoots Across America | Planning & Design Heather Benge Events | Assistant Coordinating Katie Frost Weddings | Venue The White Sparrow | Stationery Brown Fox Creative | Florals Details Dallas | Intrique Designs | Flower Shack Blooms | Sweet Southern Charm | Thorne & Thistle | Rentals Big D Party Rentals | Vintage Furniture & Rentals Love Birds Vintage  | Gold Dust Vintage | Cakes Iced N Frosted  | Treehouse Cakes | Wooden & Acrylic Signs Blissfully Inspired | Veils Kathryn Ann Bridal | Floral Lollipops Flour & Fig

A Tropical Welcome with The Welcome Bag Committee!

The date is set, everyone booked their flights and you and your beloved family and friends are jetting to your tropical wedding destination – hooray! Now that they’ve made the trek to soak up some rays for your big day, how can you give them a big warm welcome to the weekend?

Well, Jordan Payne, the founder of Jordan Payne Events, thinks you should have a special gift waiting to…well, welcome them to your wedding! That’s why she launched The Welcome Bag Committee, a service that can both design and provide beautiful, stylish welcome bags for wedding guests. Her fun new venture has a whole range of designs for whatever your wedding style – and, best of all, they double as beautifully curated gifts for any other occasion you’re celebrating!

We may be a little biased but we’re head over heels in love with her tropical-leaning pieces, such as the Palm Envy Tote and the Palm Leaf Blush collection. Can you blame us? They fall right in line with our Palm Springs linen and our Beverly linen from the Solstice Collection! It’s no wonder that we didn’t even hesitate when Jordan dreamed up a styled shoot with pieces from both of our collections, just scroll through to see the magic come together!

Jordan set the table for this styled shoot with our Palm Springs linen, a bright printed linen from our Solstice Collection that has summer written all over it! This style can go for barefoot casual or be dressed up for oceanside glam, which is just the vibe we’re feeling from this design. The glassware, in shades of green, is elegant enough for rose or just right for a margarita – whatever your pick!

How about the floral arrangement? David Kimmel Flowers blew it out of the ocean on this one! Bright blooms in shades of fuchsia and orange were woven in with palm leaves and succulents for an elevated take on a beachside arrangement.

We can’t get enough of the Ceci New York stationery and menu cards! The invitation, with laser cut palm motifs, gold foiling and light wood accents sets the mood for what’s to come on the big day. And the menu card? Cut in the shape of a monstera palm leaf with delicate hand watercoloring, it’s beautiful enough to frame!

The absolute most fun thing to see come together on this shoot was the pairing of The Welcome Bag Committee’s tote bags against our linens. As if one wasn’t already fun enough, the two of them make for a sure-fire fantastic party. We think it’s the perfect way to, as Jordan puts it, “celebrate guests celebrating you!”

Photography John Cain PhotographyDesign Jordan Payne Events | Flowers David Kimmel FlowersStationery and Menus Ceci New York

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