Thursday, June 16, 2011

Real Inspiration: Multicultural Glam - Main Table

This is the most recent shoot we designed alongside a fabulous team of vendors at The Ebell of Los Angeles. All the amazing detail shots were captured by Picotte Weddings. The floral décor by the lovely Peony & Plum, was eclectic, bright and colorful and full of texture. She used a variety of flora & fauna including orchids, anemonies, roses, succulents, lisianthus, kangaroo paw, and ranunculus.
The colors of the tablescape popped against the Espresso Bengaline linen from BBJ Linen. The flowers were abundantly flowing out of the arrangements seen in an eclectic mix of vessels including Moroccan lanterns, wooden boxes, gold bowls, glass votives, and even a treasure chest.
The chairs with an embroidered gold pattern on chocolate brown leather were a bit of a fashion accessory to the table from Chameleon Chairs.

To add some more color to the table we added an authentic Indian Scarf from Picotte Weddings as a table runner. 
The votive candle holders can be found at Luna Bazaar or sometimes at World Market. We also purchased the treasure chest at World Market as well. 
The table numbers by Blue Magpie Invitations was wrapped in a fuchsia pink silk fabric. 
I love all the texture that Peony & Plum used in the arrangements with the roses, succulents, lisianthus, orchids, and peacock feathers.  
I love the the rental items from Classic Party Rentals, Unique Tabletop Collection, which added that touch of class including the Blue Glassware, Wooden Flatware, and Textured Amber Glass Chargers.  
Blue Magpie Invitations hand wrapped each menu in gold cording and we accented the Wineberry Bengaline napkin from BBJ Linen with a peacock feather for a little added pizzazz. 
The Moroccan Lanterns were purchased at World Market, but you can also find them online at Koehler Home Decor
We also had a scrumptious "mini cake" made out of layered cookies & chocolate filling for each guest as our favor by Fantasy Frostings
The Contempo Blue Glassware is so stunning, Classic Party Rentals also has the same style in amber and pink
Stay tuned for tomorrow's post on our Bride & Groom. 

Thank you to all my fabulous collaborators:

1 comment:

Unknown said...

This is absolutely stunning! Thank you for painting a clear image of what our Hindu-Christian wedding will now look like!
I'd like to know if my budget is realistic for this... how can I contact you privately?