Let’s Get Virtual!

We’ve partnered with Merri to bring you a best-in-class design experience, in 3D! You can now create fully customized 3D renderings of your design concepts featuring your favorite Nüage Designs linens, napkins, chargers, and furniture items.You’ve got to check this out!

Eliminate the guesswork of deciding whether a pattern is too busy for a ballroom or whether your charger and napkin are going to jive. Simply select your venue space, add your favorite Nüage Designs pieces and other decor elements to your vision board, and bring your event vision to life with a few swift clicks of your mouse.

Having second thoughts about your farm table styling? Let’s change the napkin from a waterfall placement to a diamond fold under the menu and add a runner for more dimension.

Or maybe your client has rescheduled their event from April to August and wants a new tropical redesign. No problem! Your favorite Nüage Designs collections are available to make that shift right along with you.

From here, you can easily export and share your design concepts with any client – near, far, and socially distanced – without the hassle and expense of coordinating an entire vendor team for a full scale prototype presentation. Quickly troubleshoot design woes, reconfigure accessory combinations, and manage your rental needs all within one beautifully designed platform.

When your client’s event day arrives, they’ll experience the thrill of their vision brought to life without any of the unwanted surprises.

Photo: Bamber Photography | Design & Planning: The Social Office

Ready to get in on the action?
Join us for an exclusive webinar training session with the Merri Founder & CEO on November 19th at 3:00pm EST. She’ll give us a full walk through of the platform and answer any questions you have!

See you on Merri!

Ceci New York Collection Launch at Glass House – Chelsea

Last week, we unveiled our latest collection – a stunning collaboration with Ceci New York – atop the iconic New York skyline at the Glass House – Chelsea. Victoria Dubin Events masterfully orchestrated the event while a distinguished team of elite designers including Ed Libby, DeJuan Stroud, Jes Gordon, Belle Fleur NY, Birth Event Design and Adam Leffel brought each distinct pattern to life in exquisitely designed vignettes. The extraordinary Allan Zepeda documented the evening for all of us to enjoy: come along on this adventure with us!

Guests mingled and mixed among the captivating tablescapes as they enjoyed delicious bites from Laurence Craig Catering and stayed cool with cocktails by Momentum Mixology.

Peony Maha – designed by Ed Libby

Violet Celine – designed by DeJuan Stroud

Crimson Harley – designed by Ed Libby

Innocence Imogen – designed by Jes Gordon

Blush Shelby – designed by Belle Fleur

Navy Shelby – designed by Birch Event Design

Blossom Sara – designed by Adam Leffel

Turquoise Palm Court – designed by DeJuan Stroud

Tropical Fiji – designed by Jes Gordon

Golden Pineapple – designed by Birch Event Design

Chargers Gallery – designed by Adam Leffel

Hibiscus Palm and catering by Laurence Craig

With a magnificent sunset as the backdrop of this perfect New York end of summer afternoon, guests enjoyed music by DJ Phil Karatzia and mesmerizing lighting effects by Frost Lighting.

Creative Partners//

Photography: @allanzepedaphoto
Linens and Accessories: @nuagedesignsinc
Artwork and Menus: @cecinewyork @cecijohnson
Planning: @victoriadubinevents
Venue: @the.glasshouses
Designers: @edlibbyevents, @bobconti_, @jesgordon, @bellefleurNY, @dejuanstroud, @bircheventdesign, @adamleffelproductions
Lighting: @frostproductionsnyc
Table Top: @partyrentalltd
Furniture: @luxeeventrentals
Music: @totalentertainmentnyc @dj_philkaratzia
Catering: @laurencecraigcatering
Mixology: @momentum.mixology
Beverages: @pernodricardusa

Southern Pastels in the heart of Florida

This is Southern sophistication at it’s finest! Set amongst southern moss filled grandfather oaks in the heart of Florida, this pastel-hued inspirational shoot promised to take our breath away, and it certainly did! With winter melting away and dashes of spring starting to come to life, this stunning shoot makes for a beautiful transition. The combination of pale pastels, a bit of shimmer, and a modern touch from our Black Metallic Forest runners created an unforgettable fairytale-like atmosphere that is perfectly suited for the Starlit Supper. Laura, of Ashton Events, says:

“The Starlit Supper is an inspiration shoot-turned-dinner party, in which a team of the most talented Tampa Bay and Central Florida wedding professionals collaborate to create a wedding (or rehearsal dinner) inspiration shoot, and then host all involved plus a few more wedding pro friends too! It’s an evening filled with great conversation, celebration of the end of another year, fabulous food, and nurturing friendships- everything that a good dinner party should entail!”

Hosted by an incredible team of wedding professionals at the private estate, Rocking H Ranch, get lost in the unforgettable film images from Hunter Ryan Photo and the lovely florals and design by Ashton Events below.






The beautiful details of the Starlit Supper have us head over heels! From the stunning florals and design by Ashton Events, the delicately crafted stationery by Eleven Note, to the divine cake by Hands on Sweets and the perfect tables & settings from A Chair Affair, all of the elements came together to create a breathtaking scene at Rocking H Ranch…







From Ashton Events:

This year’s inspiration was rooted in the venue: Rocking H Ranch. We’ve loved working there in the past and for Starlit Supper we focused on bringing in elements of romance, sophistication, and history to one of our favorite charming Southern venues.

The color palette all started with a picture of a pitcher. The soft, pastel colors were offset with touches of rich greens. The very bottom of the pitcher has a thin black line. That brought in a hint of refinement to the outdoor space. We echoed the black accents in the marbled runners from Nuage Designs and the print materials. We loved that the pastels allowed the colors to be feminine without being overtly feminine.

We will soon share more about our inspiration + design process over on our blog, but we loved the idea of mixing textures, contrasting soft palettes and as always for our designs: interaction. We love for guests to feel involved + inspired by every aspect of the event, and truthfully the details of the evening executed just that.

This post originally appeared on Every Last Detail


Photographer: Hunter Ryan Photo || Planning, Design, & Florals: Ashton Events || Catering: Good Food Catering || Reception Venue: Rocking H Ranch || Invitations & Stationery: Eleven Note || Chairs & Lounge Furniture: Wish Vintage Rentals || Napkins: Kate Ryan Linens || Tables & Placesettings: A Chair Affair || Videography: Rad Red Creative || Cake Baker: Hands On Sweets || Table Runners: Nuage || Hair & Makeup: Lasting Luxe Hair & Makeup || Bride’s Attire & Accessories: Malindy Elene Bridal || Photo Booth: The Fancy Booth || Band: Brian Sutherland Band || Illustrations:Olivia Gray || Wholesale Flowers: FiftyFlowers.com || Candles: 100Candles.com || Groom’s Attire: Generation Tux || Dried Flowers: Larkspurhill || Ice Cream Sandwiches: A Cow Named Moo || Film Lab: Photovision Prints

Weddings in NYC: A Conversation with Jes Gordon

This week all eyes are on New York City for Fashion Week, so we decided it couldn’t be a better time to sit down and chat with the ultimate NYC girl, Jes Gordon of properFUN. Drawing inspiration from the city and all its moving parts, Jes shared with us insightful details of her design and planning process, favorite places to visit, and even told us how she got started!

Check out the full interview and make sure not to miss all the stunning details of her magical events below!

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Love Felt in the Five Senses

There are certain times of the year, we can’t help but fall head over heels in love with love. Valentine’s Day is a great reminder to include a little more romance in our events and in our personal lives. It can be challenging to to redefine romance when we’ve been taught it’s all about red roses and pink hearts. This year, Rebecca Rose Creative found a way to do it! She blew our minds with one of her unique styled shoots, filled with love and affection, and no pink hearts in sight.

What really got us about this shoot is how it touches each of our five senses. Absolutely breathtaking soft hues are accentuated by soft candlelight and a stunning custom watercolor pattern by Simply Jessica Marie – used on both the cake and as the liner to invitation envelopes. A sight for sore eyes!

Our Silver Velvet Linen adds so much to the element of touch – so smooth and warming, velvet is a texture that is impossible not to feel. The fresh floral aroma blossoming from the arrangements draws you in before you even sit down. And of course, the simply beautiful and delectable cake could not have been more ready to be cut and enjoyed.

We’ll go ahead and leave the last sense, hearing, to your imagination – a romantic partner’s voice leading you into this dream dinner design, perhaps?





Notes from Rebecca Rose Creative on the shoot:

This editorial shoot was styled and shot at The Lively Workshop for Photographers in October, 2015. The workshop was co-hosted by Rebecca Rose Creative and Perry Vaile Photography and held on location at the beautiful historic Graylyn Estate in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

As part of the educational experience for our photographer attendees, we prepared several editorial shoots so that they could gain insight into the creative process of preparation, styling and photography instruction and have an opportunity to shoot the design content and model themselves. This particular shoot was planned in conjunction with Michelle Butler, the editor of Trendy Bride Magazine. As a speaker at the workshop, Michelle gave our attendees invaluable insight into the editorial process and then we were able to jointly share our inspiration for this shoot with the attendees as well so that they could be privy to the entire creative process from start to finish.

Our biggest challenges were seasonal considerations and the weather! This workshop took place in the fall, when the leaves were turning color. One of Michelle’s requests was for this shoot to include content that could transcend the season and be inspiring to couples planning and designing spring or summer weddings as well. We worked carefully to include soft colors in the palette (which is why we included blush!) and strategically select locations with Perry where we could ensure that fall foliage wouldn’t be within the view of her lens.

Michelle also requested the inclusion of a floral pattern, so we worked with Simply Jessica Marie! Jessica developed a beautiful watercolor pattern that we used on the cake and the liners of invitation envelopes. The week of the workshop, we learned of a terribly rainy weather forecast. Not ideal conditions for an editorial photo shoot! But we decided to embrace the challenge and demonstrate the beauty of a rainy wedding day by using the wet windows and surfaces to our aesthetic advantage. This was a great learning experience for all of the photographers who often have to tackle the elements on wedding days with very little warning. Nobody can control the weather!

Perry’s final film images came back just as we’d hoped and show a beautifully moody, rich and lively aesthetic that is perfect for any wedding day…rain or shine.





Photography: Perry Vaile Photography {@perryvaile}

Styling, Creative Direction, Floral Design & Paper Goods: Rebecca Rose Creative {@rrosecreative}

Linen: Nuage Designs {@nuagedesignsinc}

Watercolor Floral Pattern: Simply Jessica Marie {@simplyjessicamarie}

Hair & Makeup: Lindsey Regan Thorne {@lindseyreganthorne}

Venue: The Graylyn Estate

Models: Directions USA {@directionsUSA}

Gown: Hayley Paige {@misshayleypaige}

Earrings and Shoes: BHLDN {@bhldn}

Ring: Trumpet & Horn {@trumpetandhorn}

Ring Box: The Mrs. Box {@the_mrs_box}

Cake: Cakes by Chloe

Rentals: Party Reflections {@partyreflections}

China: Anthropologie {@anthropologie}

Flatware: West Elm {@westelm}

Film Processing: PhotoVision {@photovisionprints}

Heritage Plaid: A Beach Affair

Plaid – one of the most timeless patterns in modern fashion and design. Every year, regardless of trends, plaid always is a major force for fall and winter events. But what about when the seasons change? With the holidays now behind us and warmer days slowly breathing life into these chilly months, we are loving the working plaid into a fresh new season and pairing it with the most renewing backdrop: the beach.

This cozy seaside concept was breathtakingly executed by Kelsey of Kelsey Rae Designs. She assembled an A-Team of awesome visionaries in Connecticut to create what you’re about to enjoy. Pairing vintage china and stunning red & fuchsia florals with our Khaki, Wine & Black Plaid Runner and our Flax Metallic Burlap Napkins on a rugged farm table, Kelsey created a true winter escape.



Notes from Kelsey on the shoot:

“I’ve been traveling back and forth from Southern California to Connecticut, and I was inspired to pull together my favorite east coast vendors to do a shoot on the calm beach of Fairfield, CT during my last trip back east for the year. I partnered with Brooke Allison Photography to bring a unique twist to a winter shoot. We wanted to incorporate plaid with hints of ocean elements. Our bride model gleamed in a JLM Couture gown from A Little Something White Bridal Couture, while our male model posed in plaid.

I used a Southern California calligrapher, Louise Letters, to showcase her modern hand letting with an invitation suite and reception stationery that gave off a fun and youthful vibe. The florals blew me away! Carrie Wilcox is one of the most talented women I know and the way she arranged the centerpiece and bouquet, just left me breathless. She tied in vibrant colors and also included hints of berries- two opposites that seemed just to work.

Erica O’Brien is a wiz in the kitchen. I gave her what seemed like an odd task to interpret- use elements of the beach and winter. The cake she created was perfect! My shoots are never made possible without the help of Lauren Kreter of Borrowed, A Vintage Inspired Company. Her vintage china and styling is the very best! A huge thank you to East Coat Occasions and Amber Papastavros who adorned our model! I hope this shoot inspires beach lovers to bring in elements of the season and not be afraid to mix textures and patterns!”





Photography: Brooke Allison Photography | Event Designer: Kelsey Rae Designs | Vintage China: Borrowed, A Vintage Inspired Company | Calligraphy: Louise Letters  | Linen: Nüage Designs | Hair & MUA: Amber Papastavros | Cake: Erica O’Brien Cake Design | Florals: Carrie Wilcox Floral Design | Wedding Dress: A Little Something White | Accessories: East Coast Occasions | Farm Table: Abbey Tent Rentals

A Conversation With Suzanne Reinhard & Anne Barge Fashion Show

Atlanta – the striking scenery, the small-town charm in a major metropolitan hub, the born and bred polish with big city edge, and of course the 2016 Anne Barge Fashion Show this week! It’s an amazing opportunity for us to see the latest trends coming up in bridal dresses for 2016, which couldn’t be more exciting! Designing one’s dream wedding often begins with a beautiful dress.

Returning to plan this year’s event, after planning last year’s successful inaugural show, is Suzanne Reinhard. Her philosophy of “Creating Luxury From Love” has manifested in some of the most memorable weddings in Atlanta. Coupled with Anne Barge’s latest collection, inspired by the “gardens of France,” this not an event to be missed!

Suzanne is a planner who is known to always go above and beyond for her clients, turning even the smallest special details about her bride and groom into something spectacularly unique to be shared with 250 of their closest friends. She makes every single wedding that she plans a one-of-a-kind experience. Not to mention how she consistently raises the bar in the epicurean arena!

There is also no one that understands Atlanta better than Suzanne, who believes that southern style encompasses three key elements: beauty, warmth, and sophistication.  With a major vision of turning this fashion show into an annual experience akin to NY Bridal Fashion Week, we decided to sit down with Suzanne to chat about her experience and philosophy in the weddings and event industry.


And to top it all off… here’s the linen palette for the Anne Barge Fashion Show:

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Check out some more of Suzanne’s stunning weddings, featuring our linens, below!

Contemporary Country Club Wedding



Modern Elegance Wedding



Contemporary Country Club Credits:

Venue: Cherokee Town Club || Photography: David Christensen Photography || Church: Peachtree Road United Methodist Church || Décor and Florals: Parties to Die For || Drapery: Event Drapery || AV: Active Production and Design || Dress: Couture Hrabal Gurung || Invitations: Paces Paper || Video: Evolution Video || Band: Celebrity All-Stars || Transportation: Atlantic Limo || Hair & Make-up: Woo Skincare & Cosmetics || Stylist: Rodica Lazarian || Transportation: Atlantic Limo || Getaway Car: Special Day Limo

Modern Elegance wedding photography by: Scobey Photography

Impressionism: A French Inspired Wedding

A table design truly is a work of art and we can’t think of a more accurate example of this than with this table design inspired by the French Impressionism movement, which derives from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression, soleil levant.  With winter officially in full force, we are lost in dreams of warmer days ahead of us. That’s why this week we’re all about embracing soft textures, abundant garden blooms, and vivid use of a pastel color palette with this French Impressionist inspired wedding shoot. The super talented Emily March Photography and Rebecca Rose Creative created a stunning styled shoot inspired by the 19th century art movement, which means lots of soft textures and pastel shades that come together like an artist’s dream.


As she talks about the concept, the event stylist and floral designer, Rebecca Rose Creative says:

This shoot was inspired by the beauty of 19th century French Impressionist artwork. In designing these wedding ideas, we strove to give a modern take on French Impressionism, which is always characterized by soft textures that blend together, abundant garden blooms, and vivid use of a pastel color palette. The gown, by Elizabeth Dye, quickly became the perfect element of inspiration, with its classic, romantic silhouette and unique blue-gray tulle overlay. Artwork by Monet lines the envelopes on the invitation suite and the colors, textures, and details of a French garden party are recreated for a modern elegant dinner setting.


We just can’t get over all the beautiful little details! From the styling of the napkins to the beautifully handcrafted stationary, this shoot was truly a work of art.


Photography: Emily March Photography || Event Styling, Floral Design & Paper Goods: Rebecca Rose Creative || Venue: The Bradford || Wedding Dress: Elizabeth Dye || Wedding Shoes & Veil: BHLDN || Engagement Ring: Trumpet & Horn || Hair & Makeup: Makeup For Your Day || Wedding Cake: Sugar Euphoria || Chairs & Flatware: Party Reflections || China: Anthropologie || Glassware: World Market || Linens: Nüage Designs || Ring Box: Moonlight Proposal || Film Lab: Photovision

New Year, New Goals, New Parties!

2016 is finally here and we’re just so excited about all the new opportunities, new goals, new looks, and, above all, new parties that await! That’s why this week we decided to sit down with a few of our team members to chat about what they’re looking forward to accomplish this year as well as what linens they look forward to using in 2016. From finding inspiration in the Mediterranean islands to the Pantone Color of the Year, we just can’t wait to see their top picks in action this year!

What linen are you most excited to use in 2016?

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Linen Picks of the Year 2016:

Pablo: Navy Khalo (Launching 2016)

Carolina: Lapis Madison (Launching 2016)

Sandra: Cerise Watercolor (Prints Collection)

Eleanor: Champagne Heather (Preston Bailey Collection)

Zaire: Rose Iris (Preston Bailey Collection)

Photography by: Renee Brock | Carla Ten Eyck | Mikkel Paige

Sparkles, Sequins & Bright Lights

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.



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Originally featured in: Inside Weddings || Photography by: Carasco Photography

New Year’s Eve in New York City!

New Years Eve – the absolute best time of the year to get glam, make declarations, drink bubbly, and to reflect on and enjoy the last moments of the holiday season before a fresh new year rings in, bringing endless possibilities with it.

For those of us in the industry, there is no better time to showcase our hosting talents than on NYE, when everyone is throwing elaborate affairs. So the question becomes how to do something really unique representing our personal style while keeping in the New Year’s Eve spirit?

This year, we are finding inspiration with three unique designs, influenced by NYC neighborhood – surely everyone will have a favorite to pick from. We teamed up with Ceci New York to curate some genius designer picks for the holiday season from our friends at Tinsel & Twine, jesGORDON/properFUN, and Matthew David Celebration.We invited them over to come up with some dream party designs at our New York studio combining Nuage Designs linens and Ceci New York placemats and name cards. No one got to see what the others were doing, and they each came up with their own interpretation for a  dinner party to inspire us all.

Check out the three stunning and magical looks below. They will certainly have you ready to host the ultimate New York New Years Eve party, no matter where you find yourself ringing in 2016!


BROOKLYN: Whimsical with Tinsel & Twine

Tinsel & Twine truly created a NYE fairytale with their magical table decor. There is just so much fun to be had at this table, and the mixture of our sparkling Emerald Sequin Taffeta–which really brings the table into NYE territory, with the addition of some furry woodland friends popping up in the dishware–showcases a party host that doesn’t take themselves too seriously and loves to have a good time. It’s impossible not to feel right at home with this decor. Check out the whimsical details below!



DOWNTOWN: Casual Elegance with Jes Gordon

Clean, cool, and beyond airy, Jes Gordon’s table design, featuring our Ivory Laurel linen, feels like what a brand new year represents – inspiring new beginnings.  Her use of winter roses and natural elements takes the table to the next level, while remaining true to the season. This is a table that doesn’t need to try too hard and one that really allows the elements to shine on their own accord. It really could not have been executed more flawlessly!



UPTOWN: Luxe with Matthew David

Matthew David’s luxe, twinkling palette is what NYE dreams are made of – the ultimate celebration. He manages to play with different variables of the same elements–including our Victorian Gold Matte Satin Lined napkins and our Charcoal Sequin Taffeta napkin band–without ever causing the table to look overwhelming; instead, the gold palette flows seamlessly together into one stunning table that is literally impossible to take your eyes away from.



So, which party will you be celebrating at this year? Wherever you go, you’re sure to have a brilliant night!


Photography by Sofia Negron.

Luxe Fall/Winter Wedding in Indianapolis

We are just so in love with Ryan and Taryn’s stunning wedding celebration. The rich colors, unique textures, and gorgeous details reflect a balance of comfort and luxe, perfect for the Fall and Winter seasons.

Meticulously planned by Boldly Chic Events, the celebration featured beautiful florals by Meg Catherine Flowers, a lovely cake and macarons by Confectioneiress Cupcakes & Sweets, vintage deco stationery by Interpretations, and a mixture of textured linens by yours truly (including our Champagne Ruffle, Copper Crinkled Taffeta, and our Goldmine Faux Dupini).

Ryan and Taryn started the day with a glass of champagne, happy tears, and huge smiles. They tied the knot at the Indiana State House in front of over 200 guests. The beautiful fall day did not pass by unnoticed – the sun was shining and the temperature was what a fall bride dreams about for her big day! Cocktails, dinner and dancing continued at Crowne Plaza Hotel Indianapolis Downtown at Historic Union Station

Once the guests arrived at the main reception, they were greeted with a grand display of mini boxes with gold-labels on each. Once they found their name and opened their box, they found their table and mini macarons (one of the bride’s favorite treats)!





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From Boldly Chic Events:

This BCE couple have such a sweet story, ten years in the making. They deserved the sweetest, best wedding day and they absolutely got it!

Taryn and her mom were so great with the planning of the tiny details – which did not go unnoticed. From the rich colors, unique textures and gorgeous setting for both the ceremony and reception, the celebration was one of our favorites this year, for sure!

Ryan and Taryn started the day with a glass of champagne, happy tears and huge smiles. They tied the knot at the Indiana State House in front of over 200 guests. The beautiful fall day did not go unnoticed – the sun was shining and the temperatures were what a fall bride dreams about for her big day!

Cocktails, Dinner and Dancing continued at Crowne Plaza Hotel Indianapolis Downtown at Historic Union Station

As soon as guests entered the reception, they were greated with a grand display of mini boxes with gold-labels on each. Once they found their name and opened their box, they found their table and mini macarons – one of the bride’s favorite treats!

Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Scrogham – you two are picture perfect inside and out! xoxo

Photos by Cory + Jackie || Videography by Blushing Films || Florals by Meg Catherine Flowers || DJing by Track Seven DJ || Ceremony Music by Emily Ann Thompson || Cake and Macarons by Confectioneiress Cupcakes & Sweets || Stationery by Interpretations || Trolley by Indy Trolley || Hair by DeWeese Design Salon Inc. || Makeup by Beauty Anywhere Makeup by Rachel || Specialty Linens by Nuage Designs, Inc. and Linen Hero by Chair Covers and Linens