I have to admit, looking at weddings day in and day out is both a curse and a blessing. My bar for what is fabulous has been raised considerably and I've become a bit of a wedding snob. Well, a total wedding snob if I'm being honest. I love all different styles of weddings...$5,000 backyard affairs and $50,000 uber-chic soirees...as long as the details are spot on beautiful.
Here are a few more details from Gloria...
We used a fun, playful candy-colored palette of turquoise aqua blue, mustard yellow, moss green and hot pink. In lieu of a paper program for each guest, a trio of cloths were screenprinted with ceremony program information, then the pieces of cloth were hung with patterned clothespins. They were designed by Good On Paper Design with fabric finishing details by Anne Millett of Mira Aster.
The pinwheels were created with the same printed patterns as the clothespins and flower cutouts from the invitation set, then affixed to fig branches. We used an old jar filled with bubble making fluid, decorated with a fabric flower, baker’s twine, and a vintage key. A separate vintage key was used to blow bubbles. The fabric flowers were designed by Anne Millett of Mira Aster and the printed fabric was by Peapod Fabrics.