Wedding Fever in February

Not only are three nieces/nephews getting married in the next few months (we're thrilled!), I am also researching designs for a wedding in June (and for a designer, that's a nanosecond away!) Weddings today are fun! No need to be all white any more; gorgeous palettes of brilliant colors are chosen by brides today, making the joyful celebrations all the more festive!

I thought you'd like to take a peek at some of the beautiful tables and flowers I've found. They'll make your heart sing!

an old farm table set up under a tent
brought by the bride's sister from India

elegant and appealing Sweet Endings table with
mostly white beautifulQ

white laminate container and shiny metal
vases contribute to the modern feel here

tulips immersed in cylandrical vases are
a fascinating centerpiece

I love the simplicity & purity of sliced limes and hydrangeas!

more sliced citrus with fuschia gerbera daisies..striking!

the freshness of lemons with the pitch-perfect
green vases is quite effective with white linens

crystal beading on the stunning rose toparies, the chic gray linens
with sheer lace overlay makes an incredible wedding setting

textures and trailing tendrils are perfect in
arrangements that are set high above the tables

two favorite colors for weddings today: persimmon
and pear green together here

Napa Valley outdoor wedding with undeniable chic!

love the light and airy feeling of clear tables without linens,
the shiny white dance floor, and the greenery at the ceiling

effective and simple use of paper lanterns to
create a festive and casual wedding celebration

the subtle blues and creams are perfect in this
architecturally interesting room

escort cards are wrapped around lottery tickets!

I found all these beautiful, romantic, gorgeous weddings on the knot...the go-to resource for brides all over the country.


in 2010, it's:

Kit Golson Design

for elegant, sustainable and pragmatic

Chic Provence Interior Design


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