-AS SEEN IN BRIDAL GUIDE MAGAZINE-
“The bride wanted her celebration to feel fresh, flirty and fun and at the same time incorporate traditional design elements and gorgeous florals," says Lindsey Hartsough of Magnolia Event Design & Planning. "We found formality in the linens and tableware, offsetting them with fun details like gold acrylic placecards and a make-your-own sundae bar.”
The ceremony arch was adorned with an asymmetric floral design.
The invitation suite by Oak & Orchid.
Rather than individual escort cards, guest seating info is posted on a “Take a Seat” guide.
A backdrop of greenery and strands of roses by Rockrose Floral Design frames the head table.
Fresh green accents abound on the reception dinner tables.
Acrylic table numbers by FranJohnsonHouse on Etsy helped guests find their seats.
A DIY sundae bar kept guests energized on the dance floor.
A signature pink drink and logoed cocktail napkin.
The Lele Patisserie cake flanked by Kate Spade flutes and cake-cutting set.