art and sculpture | DE YOUNG MUSEUM WEDDING

The De Young Museum is a beautiful modern space that has presented some of the top art of the world. It’s copper textured walls, vaulted ceiling, and clean architecture was a huge inspiration for the design of Kevin and Lynn’s wedding.

 

Crystal from Amazae events worked with the client to create a color-scheme and over all event design. We actually met with Crystal to design the floral and sculpture for this event. She was ready to go dramatic and out of the box. It was so much fun fiddling with branches and vases and creating something so unusual. Our pieces were designed to look like modern art.

 

The ceremony was in the garden and we created 6’-8’ sculptures of iron and branches with floral accents. They were asymmetrical and dramatic. I love the back of the ceremony with the accents of pomander balls that tie in the front focal points.

 

The centerpieces were created for square and rectangular tables. This style created a fresh modern feel. We wrapped the branches around the vase to reach toward the ceiling. I still have never seen anything like it since.

 

We created a screen that the escort cards were magnetically attached to. Zuezette created beautiful cards for this.

 

Elements of copper wood, copper wire, and flame calla lilies repeat in this design to create a feeling and design that is both modern and architectural.

 

 

FLORAL DESIGN | ASIEL DESIGN
COORDINATION & EVENT DESIGN | amazaé
PHOTOGRAPHY | jen skog
VENUE | de young museum

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