Sunday, October 19, 2008

Blade Blog -- Hamptons Wedding

I love the way Anne can really make a wedding come alive through her inspiration boards. These boards evoke casual elegance, hot summer beach days lingering into evening. Can almost feel the crispness of linen, the brightness of fern green and the warm luxury of moss and candlelight. Start planning your summer weddings ladies...

"A small intimate wedding at the bride and groom’s home allows for an even greater focus on the small details. The bride is looking to create the feeling of an intimate dinner party and is tenting the backyard with a classically styled Sperry Tent. I want to achieve a simple elegant look while incorporating influences from the surrounding Hamptons landscape so I chose natural, organic elements paired with classic, contemporary candelabras and various simple glass vases." -- Anne, Blade

1st row Bride and Groom’s home in the Hamptons; parasol, Paper Lantern Store; glass candle holders, Jamali Garden
2nd row Nickel lantern, DK Living; Martha Stewart; Bride and Groom’s home in the Hamptons
3rd row Floating candles; cake, Renaes Bouquet; metal lanterns, hanging bud vases, Jamali Garden
4th row Centerpiece of white peonies, bouquet of lily of the valley, Blade; parasol, Paper Lantern Store

Second Board
1st row birch tree slices; white spray roses; tree fern; mason jars
2nd row green clump moss; etched amber glass bowls, Colin Cowie, Home Shopping Network; hanging votives
3rd row etched glass tumbler, Bareveld; faux moss sphere; white peonies
4th row green and amber votive holders, Bareveld; etched amber glasses, Colin Cowie, Home Shopping Network; white hemstitch linen, Cloth Connection

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