Thank you for the many compliments on our WedLuxe Bridal Booth table top display. We were really inspired by the linen that we found. It might seem a little “unconventional” for a wedding, but we felt the “dare to be different” itch. We chose to go dark!! Yes, that’s right – our linen was the darkest one at the bridal show from what we can tell. We also wanted to showcase a formal dining setting; not ultra formal but relatively formal. This was purposefully done for two reasons; 1) the forecasted wedding trend for 2012 is the swing towards formal weddings again and 2) we wanted to showcase Kate Spade’s collection of fine china, crystal and flatware.
We love sparkle because it provides an air of refined elegance. It is not ostentatious. It provides both a subtle yet upscale feel of sophistication. Close your eyes for just one minute, and imagine an entire room done up just like our table top. A timeless, romantic, and luxurious ambiance is what we are known to help couples produce.
Apparently our table top drew brides that were looking for ways of incorporating a purple wedding theme, Asian brides wanting to know how to blend East and West into their wedding celebrations, mothers who were looking for a formal dining setting, and many more. We were even approached by someone who wanted to purchase our bride and groom Swarovski chairs right from our booth at the end of the show!!
Here’s another close-up shot of our place setting. We didn’t leave any details to chance. Everything on the table had a purpose and a function.
What Asian Fusion Wedding table top would this be if we didn’t include LOVE chopsticks!
So many of you asked about these mini cakes. They were designed by our good friend Shirley Sweet Creations.
These blogs posts would also not be possible with the help of another good friend Rosetta Li Weddings who captured these intricate details for all to see.