Napa-Inspired Wedding Shoot | Jewel-toned Wedding at Hotel Arista | Naperville Wedding Florist
Last November we had the pleasure of working with Greenstar Paperie to create a gorgeous Napa-Inspired, Jewel-toned "fantasy" display at beautiful Hotel Arista. We were lucky to have Stephanie Maurie Photography there capture the beauty of the day! The centerpiece was over-flowing with flowers and foliage and the champagne favors with custom tags were the hit of the Tasting Event that day! There was also an adorable flower girl wandering around with a floral crown and "here comes the bride" sign! Lynda at Greenstar designed beautiful paper items with an olive-branch-like foliage motif and lovely gold touches. I added a little magnolia leaf to each placesetting and used gold chargers beneath the napkin-wrapped plates for more glamour. My adorable little daughter modeled a dress I sewed for her, a "ring bear" and a beautiful floral crown. She's my little muse! I loved the chair signs that Lynda designed for the chair backs and I love how the sashes I tied around the chairs made them even more chic. Mixed mercury glass and colored votives also adorned the table and mixed well with the lush flowers and foliage. I used a TON of flowers and foliages for this display including hydrangea, garden roses, garden spray roses, spray roses, regular roses, Italian and Israeli ruscus, pepperberry, snapdragon, stock, hypericum berries, pivet berry, agonis, olive branch, magnolia, Italian pittosporum, seeded euchalyptus, and hanging amaranthus. I hope you love this design as much as we do! I can't wait to pow-wow creatively with Lynda again in a couple weeks for Hotel Arista's next Tasting Event!
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