I guess one day Linnae and I were googling ourselves and we came across some really cool pictures of a wedding at the Kohl Mansion. As we looked closer at the images we realized “hey we did this wedding”. We also recognized our clients, Emily and Will. We contacted Meg Perotti (the photographer) and asked to get the images. We were really impressed with Meg’s work. We are very familiar with the Kohl Mansion and she went out of her way to get images that really encapsulate the beauty of the mansion.
Emily’s wedding was simple and elegant. For one centerpiece we used clear glass vases, water and floating candles. It was an understated look but it stood out quite beautifully in the Great Hall. For another centerpiece we used clusters of pink flowers that we put into glass vases. And finally for the third style we submerged flowers underneath water and added a floating candle. Sometimes it’s nice to have variations of centerpieces on different tables. As long as they go together this usually works. Pink flowers, clear glass, and candles allowed this design to be consistent.
Emily also had touches of vintage coming through in elements such as a very stylish vintage suitcase that held the escort cards. Emily and Will did a great job allowing their personality to come through in the details.
If you are planning your wedding, how are you going to let your personality come through the design? Whether your style is vintage or modern, it doesn’t matter, as long as it’s you. If you are planning a party is there a way that you could let something different come through in the design? It could be as easy as candles and water.
FLORAL DESIGN | ASIEL DESIGN
PHOTOGRAPHER | meg perotti
VENUE | kohl mansion