Looking for a fun way to engage guests at your reception? How about community dining tables with chic chairs and check out these succulent centerpieces!
The Mannings celebrated their nuptials this spring at the Hotel Valley Ho with a breathtaking view of Camelback Mountain. We provided the linens, centerpieces, chivari chairs, personal bouquets and aisle decor. We are in love with the fun chellie swirl linens with hot pink satin napkins and alternating centerpieces. The bouquets were filled with roses and carnations. Love this decor? Contact us today for your own dream wedding consultation! 480-736-2800.
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By Susie Timm, Staff Writer, Encore Creative
It gives us great joy to plan and execute a stunning event! It’s even more exciting when the event is to celebrate a monumental occasion for one of our own.
Reagan Richards (now Kappas) married her love Jarrod back in November and we had the distinct privilege of planning and executing her dream wedding.
Below is a short gallery of some of the most beautiful elements of this custom-designed affair, courtesy of Muse Photography!
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Have a dream wedding or event to plan? Give us a call at 480-736-2800 today!!
Photo courtesy Jason Hicks Photography
Nothing makes us happier than putting together beautiful events for beautiful friends. We?ve known Melissa and Mark for a few years now and were honored to help make their dream wedding a reality. We designed the bouquets, boutineers, and centerpieces with stunning colors and floral design. We also did the table design and dressings, lighting, ceiling treatments and music. Thank you to Jason Hicks for these amazing photographs!
Encore’s floral expert, Andrea Vote said, “I’m seeing a lot of brides utilizing fall leaves throughout their bouquets as well as roses in the monochromatic color palate vs. plain white.”
She said brides are using browns, burgundy and oranges as in classic roses or tulips.
Another new trend is the use of personal or sentimental items in a floral bouquet such as buttons, lockets or other treasured items.
Vote added, “Brides seem to like loosely bunched garden style bouquets and colors in the salmon or plum family.”
As for table décor, organic materials such as branches, pinecones, berries and even fresh herbs make for beautiful and unique centerpieces. These budget friendly options are readily accessible and easy to incorporate.
These materials are used to accent cut floral or even on their own as singular design elements.
Sales Director, Stefanie Lerner said, “We’ve seen a lot of rustic design elements including branches with hanging candles that bring elegance to a natural motif.”
Wood elements such as lotus pods and dried floral and branches are also popular.
Celery green is a happy new accent color that gives a pop of green to more traditional color motifs. A modern interpretation of red and orange together or red and hot pink together brighten table linens or bridesmaid gowns.
Multiple patterns, colors and types of fabrics including embroidered or sparkly overlays add dimension to a standard table dressing.
“We recently created a 4 foot tree made out of welded rebar and added candles and flowers from the ‘branches.’ This was a very lovely design element that the wedding party raved about the entire evening,” said Lerner.
As for music trends, strings have always been traditional ceremony music, but more brides are opting for a classic quartet who interprets contemporary songs, combining classical and modern.
Brides on a budget may opt for a singular guitarist who can bridge their repertoire from Spanish to classical, adding spice and sass.
At Encore Creative, we specialize in custom, one-of-a-kind event design. We can tailor your décor, floral, entertainment and so much more to fit your personality and anything else you can imagine.
Want to transform these ideas into reality for your wedding? Contact the sales department and let us make your dreams come true!