Every couple’s wedding day is considered the “Best Day Ever” in their book, and is something we strive to ensure comes true for each and every one of our clients. With that in mind, we pour our hearts in to every detail we help them select and in turn becomes a day we will remember forever as well. When we were asked by Amy & Jordan Photography to create a styled shoot for their workshop, we jumped at the chance to create a “Best Day Ever” inspired design, but this time we were able to showcase our personal style, aesthetic and play with fun colors, textures and unique details we haven’t been able to use in a wedding…yet.
When we design for a client, it’s our goal to make it a true reflection of the couple, whether their design style is rustic glam, traditional elegance or a modern soiree, we want every guest to walk away thinking it was a true representation of the bride and groom. For the outstanding occasions team, our style usually encompasses modern and clean lines with romantic details, and lots of color; and as we pulled together our design concept for this shoot it featured just that. Here are a few things that inspired our design:
The ceremony combined bright hints of color and sharp hexagonal patterns to create a modern yet romantic setting. Petal Pusher draped multicolored fresh tulips in hexagonal gold baskets perched on a white board to create an art installation like backdrop. The white covered chairs added a gentle touch with the blush floral ribbons, while the overflowing floral piece at the front of the aisle stole the show.
The geometric inspiration was carried through to the one-of-a-kind escort card display created by idieh design. Multicolored hexagons in shades of pink and gold adorned the wall, each holding hand painted escort cards. The staple of this display was the Best Day Ever wall adhesive, which sat in the center of the design. The thought behind this display was two fold, one for it to assist guests with finding their seats, and two to act as a photo backdrop for later in the evening.
The modern romantic aesthetic was truly was captured in the glamorous reception setting. The scene began with guava geometric patterned linens from Wildflower Linen, paired with a touch of sparkle from the crystal napkin rings holding alternating cotton candy and fuchsia napkins and finished with soft white chair backs tied with a romantic blush rose belt. The place settings were another opportunity for the glamour to shine through with hints of gold in each piece from Cre8ive Event Rentals. The glasses, champagne flutes, silverware and dishes added just enough shimmer to the table. Each individual guest experienced a personal touch including the hand painted menu and hexagonal thank-you tag from idieh design, to the hand brushed macaroon place cards from Ruze Cake House. The rich colored and romantic centerpieces from Petal Pusher completed the look which were set atop gold hexagonal cutout vases and finished with small gold accents.
As the Best Day Ever came to an end, Ruze Cake House introduced their intricate dessert feature. The “simple” white cake was finished with sugar hexagons donning shades of pink and gilded in gold. A Best Day Ever gold signature topped off a celebration no one would soon forget. This truly was the Best Day Ever!
Thank you to our amazing team who made this dream shoot possible. Also, thank you to Amy & Jordan Photography for inviting us to be a part of their workshop and capturing these gorgeous images. To see even more from this beautiful day, you can see the feature on Inspired By This here, and even more photos on Amy and Jordan’s blog, here.
Event Designer & Coordinator: Outstanding Occasions
Venue: The Clayton on the Park
Florist & Decor: Petal Pusher
Makeup: Arielle Rondeau
Hair: Erin Fink
Bridal Attire: Mariee Bridal
Stationery: idieh design
Linens: Wildflower Linens
Rentals: Cre8ive Event Rentals
Cake: Ruze Cakehouse
Photographer: Amy & Jordan Photography