We just love working with WCIU, You and Me this Morning. For our segment yesterday we focused on Bold Color a BIG trend this wedding season. If you missed our segment yesterday you can view the video here. Below I have listed all of the details and vendors involved in this segment! Enjoy!
All floral design was provided by my very talented sister-in-law Tiffany Burdick, Owner of The Petal Boutique. We chose to design bold colored pomanders. Each created with carnations! Can you believe how gorgeous they are! Pomanders can be carried by your bridesmaids or used as pew decor. After the ceremony we suggest re-using them as the centerpieces as you see here.
Our Bold Hot Pink linen was provided by Unique Party Rental!
This escort card display is so easy to make. We chose paint chips from a local home improvement store in the various colors of our theme. The very best part of this is the paint swatches are FREE! We punched out the circles with a 3 inch circle craft punch. So all you have to do is write out your table assignments and tack them right to the cork board! We had some fun listing the names for the segment! Zach Morris was invited!
Here is our gorgeous bridal bouquet designed by Tiffany Burdick with The Petal Boutique. It was created with white roses, white peonies, white ranaculus, and white lilacs. We wanted the bouquet to be completely white but have alot of texture! And might I add that the combination of the lilacs and peonies made this bouquet smell wonderful!
To add our bold colors to the bouquet we added a colored ribbon wrap. Doesn't this look fun!
We work with Dessert Designer, Kelly Siebens with Lillycakes and I had been begging her to make a "lillycake cake," and this segment was the perfect opportunity for her to launch this new product! Isn't it great! We had the cakes decorated to match our bold theme as well. This cake held 200 lillycakes!
Bite-sized desserts are such a trend right now and I think this is a great way for Brides and Grooms to have a very fun and creative yet affordable wedding cake.