Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Wedding Sugar Palette #1004 | Barely Metallic

I'm writing this on a beautiful day, the sun is pouring in through the window on to my desk.  What a perfect time of year.  This color palette is very exciting in that it is the first I'm publishing (aside from real weddings) that I've had the chance to take from color palette, to inspiration board to an actual table-scape.

This was created for the annual Association of Bridal Consultants (ABC) / International Special Events Society (ISES) Table Top Design Competition which made for a wonderful day this past Monday.  Meghan Stoller from MUM Floral Design put together a stunning punch-bowl flower arrangement for the table.
Here is the inspiration board:

Click on the Polyvore collection to find out where you can purchase any of the items.

Inspired by bare tones of gold and cream, this color palette is easy on the eyes and intriguing to guests.  Hints of lavish sparkle round off this luxurious wedding design.

The elegant neutrals become the palettes strongest color tones while black acts as the bold base that grounds the concept.  This palette is for a bride and groom who have a flair for bold choices like a silver bridal gown and abalone chandeliers, and who want a timeless theme with modern glamor.


2 comments:

  1. That silver dress would be so pretty and out of the box! And I love the pink pearly tone in the mix.

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  2. This is simply beautiful. I need to get engaged so I can hire you as my planner!!!!

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