Photography: Lauren Rae Photography // Event Design, Concept, and Styling: Chrissy from The Perfect Palette // Floral Design: Ginger Rose Floral Design // Flowers Sourced from Fifty Flowers // Venue: Summerour Studio // Rental Furniture: Collection Event Rentals // Vintage China: Vintage English Teacup // Macrame Hanging: MyMacramania // Geometric Planters: Timber Furnishings + Design // Hair + Makeup: B. Young Beauty Studio for Beauty Asylum // Dress: Christos Costarellos from Kleinfeld Bridal // Cake: Cake Envy // Stationery: Minted // Model: Meghan Otis
Turquoise is an absolutely gorgeous color to use especially when planning a luxury event. Some is stunning too much is …well too much! Here we came up with a super elegant balance that works beautifully for Southern Entertaining in Luxury style. Our scene was the elegant Mediterranean style logia at http://summerour in Atlanta so close to downtown you can see the skyline but far enough away that there is room to breathe. The view was filtered
with a macrame backdrop, bohemian inspired dipped in turquoise for a bespoke look and to create drama and excitement.The vignette featured heights and texture as well as color. Our dessert table from http://collection was dressed with a three tier cake in turquoise and gold from http://cake envy raised on a pedestal stand it set the scene for the addition of my Tea Cups in shades from deepest Turquoise to pale aqua. Gorgeous all in a row for your next entertaining table or as a special table addition to make your place setting pop. Our Gourmet Coffee/Tea Stations are some of our most popular.
http://Gingerrose created a bouquet of softest greens with delicate succulents to adorn the Tea Cups and Table. Whilst deeper tones are marvelous this subtlety creates an elegance that balances the colors.
Altogether this color palette featuring turquoise in all its shades is a showstopper for any Southern Entertaining and possible for the Bride too
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