Back in April when I was already overloaded with work for several parties, I decided to take on another styling project, showcase at a bridal show! At the end of the month I setup a table, alongside other great north NJ wedding vendors for the Elegant Bridal Show, at the classic ballroom Stony Hill Inn. I wanted the table to exude the beauty and grace of simplicity, a la a Downton Abbey tea time. Mostly white and neutrals, with lots of gilded pieces including the flatware. The only touches of color were the pretty rose tinted flutes and vintage flower plates. I’ve been totally in love with the juxtaposition of blending classic touches with acrylic modern pieces. It was definitely a unique and eye catching way to attract brides to The Dreamery’s social media outlets. It was perfect to guide each attendees’ attention to one of my flyers, which I just love from Moo, and booklets I put together for newly engaged couples, with small pages filled with tips and advice. It was definitely a great hit!One of my favorite parts of my showcase was the logo sign I made. I knew I wanted to find a wooden palette but after some time searching, I found a cool wooden window that just needed a bit of cleaning up and new coat of paint. Thank goodness for the Gypsy Farmhouse for rustic vintage pieces! These were the most amazing and beautiful smelling flowers, of course they were these stunning white peonies, nestled between lots of pretty greens and white tulips.
Do you think Carson would approve of this place setting? I think Lady Mary would. This lovely setting is perfect for a vintage, classic, or romantic wedding. It was definitely a great night meeting lovely couples on their journey to getting married, and fun and talented vendors, along with getting a great show from the talented live band, Time Machine Entertainment. The best part has been decorating the office with all these business goodies I used for the showcase!