When Whimsy and Bright Colors Sit Pretty in a Perfect Ballroom
June 13, 2018
Classic WeddingsRomantic
I remember a few of my friends being shocked to hear that another friend was going to wear a ballgown to her beach wedding. I, of course, loved the idea. Because I don't believe that you HAVE to do anything. While I do believe in using your venue as inspiraton, that doesn't mean that ballrooms have to be stuffy, beaches have to be casual or barns have to be rustic. Magic often happens when styles don't make perfect sense and yet, it's so obvious that they work. Like today's little slice of inspiration designed by The Wildflowers and photographed by Charla Storey. Click here to see the whole narrative and make sure to check out the rest of the amazing vendors who helped build this moment of pretty!
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From the Inspiration Team... Since opening in 1912, The Adolphus has served as a Dallas icon and an integral part of the city's history and culture. In its recent restoration, the hotel's storied past is both celebrated and completely reimagined.

With its new bright white walls, gold details, and whimsical abstract art welcoming you through its doors, The Adolphus' 19th floor ballroom was the perfect space for an intimate, french-style fête. We reimagined the classic romantic tones of red and pink to have a bit more depth with unexpected french blues and lavenders, the wedding fashion to have strong accents of color, taupe as the neutral instead of a classic white, subtle textures of swiss dots and velvet tablecloths, and finally, reimagining baby's breath to a new level with a rare pink hue. To elevate any event, we think of the classic details that you can enhance in a subtle, yet unique way.