The New Modern: Spring Green

Happy Spring Brooklyn Bride! I can’t believe we are on our 12th tablescape.  This table really sums up all we’ve tried to accomplish with this series. Which is to present a fresh modern perspective on floral design that is approachable and easy to create. When discussing the series with Adrienne and Tory, we kept returning to the word “happy’ as in our desire to create classic designs that make you smile. And there is certainly no happier a flower than the daffodil. They just embody cheerfulness to me. A ceramic blue and white planter from Pearl River (or any home goods store) holds a mass of fringed and double white tulips, green parrot tulips and hellebore. I made some little yellow daffodil “topiaries” using a bit floral foam covered with moss and place them in small Chinese bowls. A grass green runner and cute checked salad plates finish it off. Adrienne worked closely with designer Hermias Wishes who designed the perfect accompanying paper goods. I love the table’s crisp breezy feel -perfect for April. I hope you enjoy it.

I know I can speak for Adrienne and Tory when I say THANK YOU Brooklyn Bride for this amazing experience. The chance to be able to share with you my ideas has been a real treat.  – Denise

Vendors:

Concept and Floral Design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and Planning: Bespoke Affairs
Photography: Tory Williams
Paper Goods: Hermias Wishes

Denise Fasanello & Tory Williams are members of Brooklyn Brides preferred vendor listings

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The New Modern: Garden Tablescape

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

Vendors:

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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The New Modern: I Heart You

Hello! Here we are with a super happy February table design for you. Just in time for that big love explosion of a holiday…Valentine’s day. You have heard of it, yes? Hee hee. Well, I wanted to celebrate it in a bright and fun way. It’s easy when – if you are like me, adore pink and red. The shot of blue was inspired by Em & Bee‘s totally cute paper goods. Please check them out for adorable modern invites and stationary. I also wanted a print to bring some extra interest to the table.  I’ve always loved Lotta Jansdotter‘s fabric and have been holding on to some samples…waiting for the right design. This cheerful wavy pink number fit the bill. Perfect! Enjoy – Denise

Vendors:

Concept and floral design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and planning: Bespoke Affairs

Photography: Tory Williams

Papergoods: Em & Bee

Fabric: Lotta Jansdotter

Denise Fasnello & Tory Williams are members of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings.

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The New Modern: Pink and Gold Fete

Happy New Year Brooklyn Bride fans! Here we are with a glamorous table for you to see. Okay, Okay – I know this has frilly pink flowers (but at least no poofy dress!). Forgive me,  I just can’t resist peonies. We kept it simple with low clusters of blooms and twinkly gold votive candles. A cheap store bought house number from Home Depot was easily gold leafed for a snazzy table number. Sprinkle some sequins, throw down tulle and ribbons for a runner and you are done. Cheers! – Denise

Vendors:

Concept and floral design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and planning: Bespoke Affairs

Photography: Tory Williams
Votive and vases: Jamali Floral and Garden
Ribbons and Notions: M&J Trimming

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The New Modern: Winter White

Hello and happy winter! The temperature outside has dropped and the days are now short. Winter has arrived and it’s time to cozy up. Now, there is a lot of inspiration out there for winter tablescapes, ranging from the traditional to the kitsch and they all have there place. But for our December table -  I thought let’s keep it simple and white with lots of candle light. Mounds of fake snow hide the floral foam that anchors the flocked branches. Simple arrangements of dusty miller and eucalyptus bring some blue gray color to the design. Adrienne found these great ikat plates so we had some pattern to play with. I think any similar graphic would work. A little bird and pine cone napkin rings add a whimsical touch. Overall a very easy table to create. Wishing everyone a great holiday season! – Denise

Concept and floral design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and planning: Bespoke Affairs
Photography: Tory Williams

Denise Fasanello and Tory Williams are members of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings.

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