By On Sep 11, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Carly Cylinder, floral designer and host of Craftsy likes to stick to clean lines and metallic accents when designing florals for industrial events. She recommends keeping the color palate clean and incorporating neutral florals and a lot of greens, like Israeli Ruscus or English Ivy. For softness and contrast, Smith recommends delicate whites and pastel flowers, such as Ranunculus, roses, Calla Lilies and orchids. A beautiful way to add another natural touch, Smith recommends, is to drape garlands of ferns, Ruscus and Eucalyptus around chairs and beams.
Until a couple of years ago, all that was really on offer for outdoor weddings was to hire a big white tent to use as your blank canvas. And the prospect of turning a plain white cube into a stylish space was somewhat overwhelming. A cooler alternative for rustic garden or field weddings is the giant kata tipi. Companies like Country Tipis have seen a fivefold increase in bookings in the last year, according to founder Richard Knapp who says 90 per cent of enquiries come from couples looking for a more unique, relaxed alternative to the traditional white marquee.
Use vintage items to bring a bit of dimension to your dessert table. Old wooden crates and boxes can help bring a creative approach to how you arrange your displays. It also is much more eye-appealing than simple trays laid out on the table and can add a variety of heights. Don’t be afraid to incorporate fun vintage knickknacks to decorate the table—for instance, vintage glass doorknobs to hold the dessert labels for a cake display. It’s the little details that bring all the pieces together for a cohesive look, explains Danae Johnsen of Perfectly Posh Events.
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