I know that all of you girls who are sick to death of rustic weddings are LOVING this. I for one thing it’s fabulous and the bold color palette is pretty great. But really, it’s the orange favors that are making me completely giddy. They are total perfection! This wedding was designed by our incredible Little Black Book members, Your BASH!
photography by Sean Twomey
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For the color scheme, we chose a bold, bright orange and a rich turquoise as the central colors, with silver and gray as accents. Brian and Jaime from YourBASH! chose the most amazing fabrics and linens that complimented and enriched the color palette, and from there found ways to incorporate throughout the day.
Brian and Jaime came up with creative details that wove the our invitation design throughout the entire wedding day and evening. Paper fans with programs affixed to the front of them offered up the ceremony details, as well as a refreshing breeze as the guests filtered in the formal gardens. Chinese paper lanterns strung over the altar provided shade without having to spend thousands on floral arrangements. Color-coordinated wait staff with silk ties that greeted guests with fresh lemonade and water, and refills glasses as needed.
The cocktail hour and sit-down dinner reception were equally as beautiful, taking place in the Inner Courtyard of Greystone. After a phenomenal dinner catered by Alligator Pear, meaningful toasts and the cutting of the cake, designed by Rosebud Cakes, the guests headed to another location where a more casual after-party resumed the festivities well into the night.