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Modern wedding in Bold colors: Hotel Del Coronado

We’ve been looking forward to sharing this wedding that we collaborated with the wonderful Emily Smiley all year. It was a grand event at the historic Hotel Del Coronado fill with tons of modern details. Deanna and John wanted a unique combination of yellow, cobalt blue, and green to be the colors for their decor. Each of the bridesmaids carried a cascading bundle of white phalaenopsis orchids to highlight their stunning blue dresses, while the flower girls held jewel encrusted floral purses. The bride walked down a petal path aisle decorated in an elegant scroll pattern and lined with large cylinder vases filled with submerged green cymbidium orchids, yellow tulips, and calla lilies. Behind the guests chairs were floral planter boxes custom wrapped in white satin and overflowing with white and yellow blooms. At the end and entrance of the aisle were two acrylic columns that held arrangements bursting with oncidium orchids and phalaenopsis orchids. I love how it makes it look as though they’re floating!!
As the guest sipped their champagne, they were greeted by a long escort card table decorated with graceful bouquets of calla lilies and orchids. Satin covered boxes were filled with sand to nestling darling little adirondack chairs and guest cards.
The party moved into the Grand Ballroom with a stunning circle dance floor designed by Platinum Pro.  The live music preformed by Wayne Foster Entertainment never ease to amaze us.  They were spectacular!
The special Headtable tablescape display cascading white phalaenopsis orchids, white calla lilies and white hydrangeas.  The design was clean and modern which made a striking statement. We continued the theme with the cupcake display by elevating the trays with vases of submerged orchids. Thank you Darin Fong for the gorgeous photos!  Congratulations to Deana and John!























One Comment

  1. Greg Roberts said . . .

    What an elegant design and setup. Very nice!

    Posted December 5, 2010 at 5:43 pm | Permalink

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