Pretty P R E P P Y

Full-tilt glamour mixed with pretty pinks and graphic details makes for a memorable wedding tableau
From: Fall/Winter 2014 edition

Unexpected Elements (above)

Arrangements created from single flower types balance out a refined table with graphic ribbon standing in for a runner. Lacquer table, gold-rimmed chargers, plates and glassware from West Coast Event Productions. Tulip, hyacinth and sweet pea arrangements from Portland’s Liz Rusnac Floral Design. Flatware from West Coast Event Productions. Napkins from Bridal Bliss. Place cards and calligraphy from Portland design and lettering studio, Palomino.

bouquet

Holding Pattern (above)

Ebony-centered anemones anchor this bridal bouquet by Portland florist Liz Rusnac Floral Design. Pastel pinks and soft greens come from sweet peas, ranunculus and hydrangea with a hint of glam courtesy of a gold glitter strip wrapped between black and ombre ribbons.

  invitations

On the Dot (above)

Nessa Sander, owner of Lake Oswego’s Card Bar created a bold stationery suite that’s a little bit cosmopolitan chic, a little bit disco and a lot of class. $1,950 includes a set of 100 invitations, outer envelope with return address, reply card and reply card envelope with return address.

tablescape

Tip Top Table (above)

Sheils dreamed up a woven ribbon patterned “table runner” and added a little something extra by including gold glitter to the mix. Lacquer table, gold-rimmed chargers, plates and glassware from West Coast Event Productions. Pale pink tulip arrangement from Liz Rusnac Floral Design. Flatware from Kate Spade. Napkins from Bridal Bliss. Calligraphy and place cards from Palomino.

cake

The Sweetest Thing (above)

Festooned with hand-painted gold glitter fondant discs, Portland’s Dream Cakes by Judy Reese also features sculpted sugar magnolias. $9 per slice. Gold rimmed plates and gold votive candle holders from West Coast Event Productions. Cake stand from Classic Vintage Rentals.

Credits: 
Styling
Nora Sheils of Bliss Bridal
Special thanks to
Powers Photography Studios
Editorial assistants
Lindsay Gard and Nico Lim