By On Aug 04, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Tons of all-white orchids floating above the tables seem to defy gravity in this hanging centerpiece by floral and event designer Nancy Liu Chin. But beyond its beauty, this design is also pretty practical -- elevating the centerpieces above the table leaves space open for guests to mingle! “Over-the-top, but functional,” is a trend that Chin embraces in her modern-yet-elegant designs.
Every beach is a blank canvas to design something beautiful (and thats why we love weddings on the water), and event designer Colin Cowie made the most of the scenic Paradise Island, Bahamas, by letting the natural beauty of the ocean take center stage. The low ottomans and winding shape of the aisle worked with, not against, the sandy landscape. "People think these things happen so easily, but I like to make sure that my work always appears effortless and elegant; it should never look contrived," Cowie says..
As if it were a Broadway play, event and floral designer David Beahm set the tone for a dramatic-yet-elegant ceremony with a stunning all-white curtained entrance. Beyond the curtain, beautiful large white flower arrangements and dramatic lighting gave the room at The Pierre hotel in New York City an intimate glow. "Lighting brings out the drama in everything," Beahm says.
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