Friday, January 7, 2011

Not Your Average Wedding Decor

Our friends hired us to decorate for an open house celebrating the marriage of their son and daughter-in-law. Since they would also be having a reception in another city this meant that things could be a little less formal (which thrilled me). I asked (perhaps begged) if they would trust me to design something fun and unusual. Fortunately they allowed me.
I was inspired by this photo of an outdoor wedding
that I saw circulating on the internet.
(Stephanie Fay Wedding Photography)
This is how our version looked.
Entrance into the building. Entry and gift drop off. "Filler" decorations. Centerpieces. Backdrop.

14 comments:

Gayle said...

Yay! I've been waiting and waiting, and hoping and hoping that you would share pictures from the wedding - and it was worth the wait! The decorations are spectacular - I'm sure the wedding party was thrilled with what you did - and the guests (hopefully) appreciated the creativity and non-traditional aspects of the evening. Good job JOY!

Candice said...

Very pretty! You did a great gob!!

'T' said...

seriously just lovely.

Mercy Otis/The Stone House said...

WOW! I LOVE IT! Once again there you go, you and your panache! JUST LOVED IT. Show some more
Enjoy your week end
Mercy

philben5 said...

My brother was married this last August and I too had found the same picture and used it as inspiration. Love your pics and thanks so much for sharing!
Blessings
Roxanne

Miss Obara said...

Those pictures are amazing! I love the teal branches...

Mom in High Heels said...

Wow! That looks lovely!

Connie said...

It looks like you have one of the neatest and challenging jobs around. Everything looks very nice.

Anji Johnston said...

So amazingly different! Unique, spectacular, one of a kind - I am just lost for words!

Kasey said...

That is so cool!!! Great job.

Heather at Happy Chippy Junk said...

Lovely!! How did you move the back drop!?

deb0318 said...

One word! AMAZING!

Joy said...

Heather-
The backdrop is actually three separate pieces that join together like puzzle pieces. That way it's easier and lighter to move.

Erin S. said...

This is so gorgeous! And what an amazing thing to be able to do in a "cutural hall" wedding. I just found your blog a few months ago and love seeing what you are up to :). Good work.

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