Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Lauren and Scott's Wedding at the Snowmass Club

Guiding guests to the ceremony site

Clutches of vibrant red and purple flowers,
and vines of smilac wound their way up the umbrellas.
Cocktails were enjoyed at the garden party immediately preceding the ceremony.

Footbridge directing guests up to the ceremony from the garden party.

Ceremony Site

Aisle stanchions of creamy roses, bright blue hydrangea,
mauve hydrangea, and deep pink roses.

Birch logs and a wide array of foliage and lush flowers
created a dramatic arch.

The bride carries a simple bouquet of delicate white flowers.

The place cards rest in a beautiful layout of dahlias.

A photo of the newlywed couple, and a grand birch-wrapped vase of hydrangea
greets the party guests.

Cocktail tables outside of the reception tent
featuring antique pink and creamy white roses.

The grand reception tent boasts an assortment of tall dramatic arrangements.
Lush greenery intertwining throughout the tent structure.

Some tables hosted groups of arrangements in varying sizes.

Close-up of the green chandeliers with twinkling votives.

Sage green linens in a pin tuck texture set a
mellow backdrop for the vibrant flowers.

Bunch of roses in the powder room.

The wedding cake

The Lounge area

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Fourth of July in the Mountains

Dusty, muted blues and reds gave this color scheme a vintage New England appeal. Veering away from the typical vibrant and loud red, white and blues, the overall effect exudes a tone of formality and sophistication, while retaining the patriotic, light-spirited intent.
The table treatments consist of deep blue denim under-lays with rusty barn red and creamy white striped overlays. Matching napkins are adorned in distressed metal stars.
Signature barn wood boxes of Harrington Smith boast a playful assortment of gerbera daisies, hydrangea, thistle, and delphinium.
The view doesn't hurt the impressiveness of this party, either.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Best New Chefs: Part Three

Soft, diffused lighting creates dynamic visual play with the delicate array of flowers.

Best New Chefs: Part Two