Monday, January 4, 2010

Wedding Design: Spring + Vintage = Love

I am so excited about this first post of the new year here on Marry You Me! I wanted to share something super gorgeous with great ideas that can be applied to other weddings, and I feel like this photo shoot styled by Rebecca Stone of Duet Weddings and Camille Panzarello of Modern Day Design and shot by Corbin Gurkin totally fits the bill. A spring + vintage theme with turquoise (Pantone's color pick of 2010 for weddings), and shades of pinks and purples. Amazing!

The invitations were created for the shoot by Lisa Hoffman of Ceci New York.

Flea market finds, like these birdcages, took center stage at this "wedding".

The bride's tea length dress was made by Elizabeth Dye.

An old gate door was salvaged and turned into a wedding sign by Laura Hooper. Fuschia escort cards are tied to an iron gate, adding visual interest and loads of charm.

The flowers by Camille Panzarello of Modern Day Design perfectly reflect the colors used throughout the wedding shoot.

Fresh berries in turquoise crates serve as the perfect sweet favors for guests.

More flea market finds: Macarons in vintage glass flanked by vintage tin cans.

A quick dress change into a vintage Anna Sui gown.

Sheets of vintage music serve as perfect placemats, and the place setting is the ideal mix of rentals and flea market finds.

So much fabulous inspiration and such a great way to start off 2010 here on Marry You Me!

Other Vendors:
Venue: Crossroads Estatein Los Olivos – Jill Remy, Events Manager / Planner: Rebecca Stone {duet} Weddings / Invitations: Lisa Hoffman, Ceci New York / Florist: Camille Panzarello, Modern Day Design / Hair/Makeup: Cathryn Van Breene, The Studio Agency / Tea Length Wedding Dress: Elizabeth Dye / Long Dress: Anna Sui Vintage Gown: Unlabeled, found at flea market / Rentals: Classic Party Rentals / Linens: La Tavola / Wedding Sign: Laura Hooper


  1. I love the turquoise with purples, plums and browns. The tins and hanging birdcages are such a great touch!

  2. I adore the ideas from this wedding... the 1st time I saw a pic of that table was on google or maybe we heart .. i didn't know it was from a real wedding. now i know :)


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