It is true: the camera loves balloons! To add color and flair to your bridal photos, consider a balloon. Then multiply it by as many as you want – and let them free in the reception room. You can’t go wrong. Perfect for wedding receptions in all venues, indoor (veronique, state room) and outdoor (belle mer), any season, any weather. Amy Atlas, famous for her monochromatic dessert tables, loves them too!
Leaving them naked is very much appropriate. At Belle Mer, chairs have beautiful, pearlescent ivy cushions. At State Room, guests are seated on chic, chocolate brown leather cushions. However, sometimes more is more. Belle Mer – just coming out of the ocean’s foam. State Room – so elegant and simple. Alden Castle – ruffles, romance, chiffon, damask.
Don’t let Halloween falling on Saturday or Sunday scare you! Have a Masquerade Wedding. This classic black and white theme would look fabulous at Belle Mer or State Room. Get inspiration from Marie Antoinetteif you are getting married in the understated yet very sexy Veronique Ballroom.
Alden Castle Brides, this inspiration board from Style Me Pretty might be just right for your glamorous wedding reception or rehearsal dinner in our Ballroom or Club: luxurious, elegant, sophisticated, mysterious, sexy – and this is, not coincidentally, what we think about you!
In honor of the Kentucky Derby this weekend, we found this fabulous Kentucky Derby inspired Wedding on the Postcards & Pretties Blog. These images capture an elegant spring wedding that would be a perfect inspiration board for any of our venues. State Room, Veronique, Belle Mer or Wychmere would all work as fabulous backdrops for a Kentucky Derby themed soiree. All you will need are some mint juleps and a gorgeous hat 🙂
I was so lucky to meet Jeff Leatham at the George V Hotel during my last visit to Paris. Jeff believes that flowers “act as a sensual liaison between people and the space”. His work is about “striking form, using one or two colours and strong, sculptural shapes. It is about bold statements, using the lines of the flower, chic containers and often an abundance of just one flower for dramatic effect.” Brides, I hope he