Noelle and Joe’s wedding took place at the Tampa Garden Club, known as the garden with a view. This destination couple shared a love and appreciation for wine. Burgundy and wine were the focal design feature. The couple enjoyed many trips to Nappa and local wineries- So much that they imported their favorite wines to share with family and friends on their wedding day. The Joe surprised Noelle with a wine-colored tailored tux.
The garden ceremony took place between two large palms with a steel drummer's echos. Before the first dance, the couple wanted to get the party started by taking the first shot as the new Mr. & Mrs. The night ended with lots of dancing, a live cigar roller, and wine!
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Two words; Boho Glam. Wanting to incorporate glam and boho was the idea behind the design. Created for the modern glam bride who desires a wedding with a bohemian feel. Every detail and element was thoroughly and purposefully incorporated. Rich with jeweled tones, texture, fashion, and glam created the perfect balance for the overall aesthetics.
Our inspiration derived from the elongated teal table runner, geometric charger, and the bohemian rug. The goal was to combine a modern, chic style with boho feels without indulging- Balance was key. The vibrant and bold colors of the florals complimented the pampas grass in the bridal bouquet, arch, and table centerpieces. My favorite element was the custom-designed ties on the chairs. The hand-tied chair design made the perfect glam statement. I wanted to go beyond the typical boho, so I incorporated the glam to align with my style, but I had to take it a notch higher; I wanted something genuinely original.
Chic bridal fashion, bold blooms, and colors in a garden was a must for this design. Due to the look and feel of weddings changing, this wedding consisted of an outdoor ceremony and reception. Incorporating a lounge area for alternative seating was added so guests could freely roam around the lush garden. The horizontal elongated European bouquet inspired the bride's bouquet. The cake shared the same embossing details of the bride's dress and the strand of buttons on the back of her dress.