I got the distinct pleasure of working with the beautiful women at Phoenix Bride and Groom Magazine again -- they asked me to design their booth for the Phoenix Bridal Fashion Debut - one of the largest bridal shows in the country. The booth I designed for them in January was so much fun - super whimsical and bold, bright colors. This time, we wanted sheer feminine elegance, and boy did we get it.
I designed the booth around the cover of the latest edition of the magazine, which featured a Marie Antoinette-esque bride with a beautiful cake, designed by Honey Moon Sweets. I took the baroque feel of the cover and got uber romantic-feeling with silky blush linens, creamy ivory florals, and golden damask fabrics. Lots of dripping jewels and pearls and even parasols.
It's a stunner, I must say. The flowers are utterly gorgeous - thank you SO very much Petal Pusher. Unbelievable work! The linens and backdrop from Wildflower Linens really make this concept come together - the chair sleeves with tutus are to die for. I actually tried them on. (No I didn't. But I wanted to.) My favorite part turned out to be the wire dress form that is overflowing with peonies and roses and jeweled necklaces. (dreamy sigh)
Take a look, and if you're a bride wandering the aisles of Phoenix Convention Center today, stop by and tell the ladies I sent you!