Updated: May 25, 2020
Being a floral designer comes with its perks! One of those perks is collaborating with other vendors to create a simple yet stunning wedding shoot that can inspire future brides while they plan their most special day. The cherry on top is when blogs specializing in the wedding industry recognize what amazing things can happen when vendors come together and choose to feature your work! Every Last Detail Blog was one of those wedding industry blogs and I couldn't be prouder.
When Jade & Joy Events approached me with their idea to create a mid-century modern inspired shoot, I had to jump on board. They had a vision of mixing bright summer colors for flowers, but muted, simple lines for the décor. Jade & Joy put it best when they said:
"This wedding is for a special type of bride who envisions a tad more than an elopement, but less than a larger wedding. She wants the intimacy of close friends surrounding her on her special day, celebrating in the space she feels the most comfortable: home. The patterns and colors of the mid-sixties tied together envelope this grown-up, eclectic woman. We wanted to capture the vision of a modern couple who loves mid-century design and wants a colorful, updated take on that style for their day."
Vendor credits: Photography: Mary Sarah Photography // Venue: Women’s Club of Bethesda // Event Planning: Jade & Joy Events // Floral: Flor De Casa Designs // Stationery: Vintage Fleur Designs // Wedding Cake: Sorby Sweets // Rentals: Boheme’s Jubilee // Tableware: Ann Margaret Ceramics // Hair, Makeup, Veil, Wedding Dress, and Bridal Salon: Elite Secrets Bridal // Backdrops: DNicole Settings // Groom’s Attire: Christopher Schafer Clothier // Bride’s Shoes: H&M // Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids + Jenny Yoo + Watters Bridal // Jewelry: Blanca Flor Silver Jewelry // Headpiece: Ilieana George Couture