As you can see from the photo gallery, we had a blast together. The photo shoot turned out even better than we expected, but it will have to remain under wraps until the the special issue of Destination I Do magazine comes out. I’ll be sure to keep you posted! Have a fantastic weekend, everybody! -Brian
I’m back with design No. 7 from the photo shoot we did at the Hotel Del Coronado (click HERE to see all of my other fabulous designs from this shoot!).
I love to design a wedding using bold and powerful colors; especially colors that may find themselves on opposite ends of the color spectrum but still compliment each other and make a statement that will not go unnoticed.
I designed this reception space in the hotel’s Crown Room with the masculine and feminine in mind, or as I like to call it, the Yin and the Yang.
Utilizing strong wood tables with a sapphire and french blue textured runner from Wildflower Linens, along with modern ceramic vases and monochromatic flowers, we lead the eye down a path of movement and punctuated beauty.
To represent the YIN, round tables draped in dramatic Fuchsia linen from Wildflower are adorned with silver mercury glass vases and intense monochromatic pink shades of flowers that evoke intense passion!
What do you think of this design? Let me know in the comment section below. -Brian
La Tavola’s Deco Robin’s Egg linen is fresh, young and vibrant, so it was the perfect juxtaposition against the Pacific Ocean’s landscape and the historic architecture of the Hotel Del Coronado.
The modern and simple lines accented in graphic and effervescent blue, citron green and coral are inspired by summer’s ripest fruits like limes, papaya, oranges, melons and the cooling, yet refreshing color of ice.
This wedding will make you smile, maybe even giggle while you take in the long robins egg blue boxes full of colorful mounds of floral texture as they cascade down the glass top tables and are flanked by lime green Chesterfield couches. It creates a whisper among the guests and can stand alone without the assistance of lighting to make the colors pop.
Sunbeams danced off of the whimsical bold colors under the pulsating sun. All in all, I think this wedding makes a statement and sets a trend all its own… it’s pure geometric pop! -Brian