Gold pumpkins, live moss table runner & french macaroons featured in the Rustic Glam Tablescape at Enchanted Bridal Show
What an incredible day at The Enchanted Bride Show this past Sunday! Our team was able to mix and mingle with tons of brides (and grooms:) and vendors. The Enchanted Bride team, Tony and Gipsy Williams, held their Fall Bridal Show at The Hilton Garden Inn. The ballroom was full of great photography, good food, delicious sweets and gorgeous gowns. But I have to say the best looking booth was ours! Once again our Creative Designer and Wedding Planner, Janet Stewart, knocked it out of the park!
Salai garland with seeded eucalyptus and baby’s breath ran down each side of the farmtable moss runner. Chiavari chairs were decorated with sage green ribbon and large white and blue lace hydrangeas. Mirrored vases held white hydrangeas, David Austin garden roses, pink blushing brides, snowflake roses, mini green hydrangeas, Bridal Akito roses, Schabiosa pods, and seeded eucalyptus.
Look at these photos! Janet held nothing back. She was inspired by our fall weather and let nature speak for itself. Live garland around the arbor, live garland down the table, and LIVE MOSS as the table runner (yes alive!)
Inspiration for this fall wedding was Rustic Glam. Pumpkins were stacked and scattered around the tables. Some pumpkins were painted to give them a high gloss sheen while others were golden to give them a glam look. The pumpkins were also accented with green china berries and greenery.
Bridal party bouquets were made of the David Austin Garden Roses (which smelled incredible), calla lillies, hydreneas and blushing brides. Some were bound with lace and other is ribbons lined in pearls.
Didn’t our chalkboard turn out great? Our friend Sarah Fricke was able to whip this together so guests could read an overview at first glance. (Our decor always looks so great that some mistake us for a florist:) You can also see examples of our Haida Skirl cedar wood in these pictures. We were able to put together some walls that showcase the look of our interior and exterior of our barn. More details on the Haida Skirl cedar wood to come, but you can see how beautiful all the knots and natural characteristic in the wood grain. Just stunning…no weathered barn wood here.
Ahhh the macaroons! Pistachio or toast almond…you couldn’t go wrong. They were delicious! Light and fluffy but also sweet and delicate.
Our dessert table was a showstopper as well. Tables were draped with sage green Fortuny linens with cream Florence silk overlay. Candy jars were tempting and those macaroons…did I mentioned them? Good.
The models from the fashion show were very sweet to pose for a few photos. Don’t they look amazing! Handsome couple if I do say so!
The bride looks stunning in this Robert Bullock gown available at Geny’s Flowers and Bridal.
Here’s another picture of a a calla lilly bouquet accented with Schabiosa pods wrapped in sage green ribbons and accented with pearls.
The backside of our chalkboard explained our Grand Opening or Construction Discounts. While under Construction were are offering brides that book between now and the end of the year between $3K-5K discount if their wedding is before 9/30/16. This is a great deal for couples to take advantage of. Also they would be the 1st people to be married at The Barn at Sycamore Farms. And their photos will be everywhere!