We are off to the races with the most ahhhhmazing shoot ever and I can’t wait to unveil this next set of pics. If you need a little reminder of Annie’s board that inspired so much wedding goodness, click right here. Although with this talented crop of vendors, I can totally get how it turned out so awesome, I am still completely and totally blown away. The pink and black color palette, the incredible use of the clock icon, the perfect balance of girly and glam. Every little bit of this shoot is making me happy and I can’t wait to brainstorm ways to translate this into a real wedding a little later today.
The space along with the design board inspired all of us in the design. Delilah’s chose to go with the lush flowers chosen by Annie since they played such a part of the design board. In keeping with the romantic feel they picked magnolia for the garlands along with garden roses and peonies in corals, pinks and dark reds.
The clock tower lent so many ideas for the tabletop. Travel clocks, to salt and pepper shakers in the shape of towers. RSVP Shindig was able to pull rental items from their inventory that matched perfectly with the space as well as giving a table that showed how to bring a modern approach to a traditional design. By mixing the Lenox art deco salad plate with the antique Francis I silverware it brought so many textures together to create a table that anyone would love to dine at on their wedding night or as a guest.
Photography by James Christianson Photography / Event Design by RSVP Shindig / Fashion by Anna Be Bridal Boutique / Delilah’s of Denver / Sweet Letter Press / Carissa Beauty / Venue, Clock Tower Events / Video by Kevin Von Qualen / Headpiece by Sara Gabriel / Calligraphy by Designs Girl / Sweet Treats by D Bar Desserts / Rentals by Butler Rents / Linens BBJ Linen / Belt, Earrings and Bracelets by Haute Bride / Shoes by Prada / Bridesmaids Dress by Jenny Yoo / Bridesmaids Earrings by Meg Jewelry / Men’s Ties by Kannon’s Clothing of Wendell / Wedding Gown by Vera Wang