Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to a little blogger sleepover at the Trump Soho hotel…and what perfect timing! After an intense couple of months at work, it was so nice to hang out, get pampered, and experience what its like to be a bride again! We got to make bouquets with Flowers of the World (I decided to go outside my comfort zone and do one inspired by Merci NY, tho I think it ended up a little more english garden), eat yumminess including macarons and tiny milkshakes, and live it up at the Spa. The views from the top are stunning, and the service is pretty spot-on! For any couples looking for somewhere to stay on their wedding night, a place to get married in style, or just having the coolest rehearsal dinner ever, its a great option….
[images by me]
I realize these may not be the most practical for wedding table settings, but how great would it be if they actually could be?
enjoy. with love, Catherine (local social)
Confetti Systems for The Cream (formally Hitched) | gold painted chair from Anthropologie | Tim Walker photography | Table | Cold Forest by Andy Curlowe // Photo by Paul Sobota | Marypat Pastry Shop designed by Wallnut Studio | String Curtains by Pearl River | unknown awesome design
One of the themes I considered for my 2010 wedding was “all things ombré”. I wanted to apply the shaded technique to tablecloths, runners, napkins, clothing, ties…you name it, I wanted to ombre it. I’ve been pleasantly surprised to find a number of beautiful applications in a variety of bridal settings and these are a few of my favorites. – Brittany Watson Jepson
Yes, we are still bundled in our winter clothes and it seems hard to imagine but spring is on the way. To help usher it in we created a garden tabletop inspired design. March is a great time of year to refresh your house plants. I know I am always wanting to get my hands full of soil around now. So I grabbed some bulb plants, ferns, moss and baby tears and arranged in clear glass and terra cotta. I like the idea of combining centerpieces with finger foods and condiments, making one harmonious tablescape. Simple linen napkins add some refined texture.. I had a garden postcard hanging around so we used it as a table number. Regular seed packets from your local hardware store or garden center would work just as nicely. Oh spring, you can not come soon enough! Enjoy – Denise
Concept and Floral Design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and planning: Bespoke Affairs
Photography: Tory Williams
Denise Fasanello & Tory Williams are members of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings
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