For the love of magenta, fuchsia and purple! When this shades of pink wedding inspiration utilizing geometric designs hit our email, we were more than giddy. And, it was titled “Best Day Ever,” which let’s be honest is so apropos. Of course, an A-team of dynamic vendors were at the forefront of this beauty with Amy and Jordan Photography behind the lens. Hanging tulips, hints of gold fused with all the right pinks and a contemporary design certainly make for an extremely romantic vibe at the Clayton on The Park. We just love how the colors matted with sharp hexagonal shapes were seen through each and every detail. The mastermind behind the shades of pink design was dreamt up by the fabulous ladies of Outstanding Occasions with the amazing Petal Pusher on florals – it’s total eye candy from start to finish!
Shades of Pink
The ceremony paired luminous white covered seating with hints of guava patterned textiles and blush floral ribbons. The staple of the ceremony was the floral board created by Tamara with Petal Pusher. She used hexagon shaped gold wire baskets to hold a combination of bright and soft pink tulips, as well as an overflowing white vase filled with more tulips. The escort card display was anything but ordinary. Heidi with Idieh Design carried the “Best Day Ever” atmosphere through the design suite. Each watercolor swept escort card was placed in one of the hexagonal wall pieces, which later acted as a reception backdrop.
The hexagonal inspiration utilized the hues set in the color palette from the wall creation to the invitations to the “Best Day Ever” adhesive wall feature. The reception table captured the essence of romantic glamour. Wildflower Linen provided a breathtaking collection of guava patterned table cloths as well as cotton candy and fuchsia napkins finished off with crystal napkin rings to add a touch of sparkle. Each place setting gleamed with inklings of gold in the glasses, champagne flutes, silverware and dishes from Cre8ive Events. Once again, Idieh Design brought a personal touch to the individual settings with a watercolor printed menu and hexagonal thank-you’s tied to the champagne flutes. The centerpieces from Petal Pusher were nothing short of floral prestige with gold patterned vases and candle holders surrounded by rich colored florals.