For installment twelve of Table Top Tuesday, we are inspired by this elegant table scape by Rock Paper Scissors Events captured beautifully by Peaches & Mint Photography at our favorite vintage wedding venue in New York, The Metropolitan Building.
What makes this work? The sherbert toned chairs with white and matching peach flowers create balance. The deeper toned napkins and runner add a bit of drama and a great backdrop to showcase place settings.
What details make a difference? The natural edge of the white linen table cloth and the relaxed placement of the runner provides a more welcoming vibe juxtaposed to the formal chairs and grand wood table.
Credits: Via Style Me Pretty, Photography: Peaches & Mint Photography, Event & Floral Design: Rock Paper Scissors Events.
Sometimes things are worth a long wait. With the first signs of spring + peonies, I styled this photo shoot and many months later, I am thrilled to see it on Style Me Pretty. Photos are by the ever talented, Kate Ignatowski + the full team is listed below the post. Enjoy!
Photography: Kate Ignatowski | Styling + Floral Design: Mandy Forlenza Sticos | Wedding Dress: Tatyana Merenyuk | Cake: Sugar Flower Cake Shop | Invitations: Bella Figura | Make Up: Anny Chow | Hair: Andy Tseng | Flowers Provided By: Blooms By The Box | Garter: Florrie Mitton | Lingerie + Robe: Zinke | Model: Alexis Katsafanas | Ribbon: Midori Ribbon Veils: Jaclyn Jordan | Vintage Props: Little Vintage Rentals
For installment eleven of Table Top Tuesday, I am loving this neutral color story with black accents via Style Me Pretty. Photographer Clayton Austin captured this table at all the right angles to fully appreciate the handiwork of Taylor Lord; her concrete candle holders create just enough drama among the greenery.
What makes this work? I love the twist of organic meets modern with concrete candle pillars + lucite chairs matched with yards of sprawling greenery.
What details make a difference? The smokey grey + black glassware and black velvet ribbon are the details that make this table top stand out. The eucalyptus sprig is almost too pretty to untie from the ribbon!
Credits: Via Style Me Pretty, Photography: Clayton Austin, Floral Design: Without Wax Katy, Concrete Candle Pillars: Taylor Lord.
Hands down one of my favorite photo shoots ever with Kate Ignatowski was on Style Me Pretty. It was such a simple theme and of course, amazing film photography by Kate made it perfect!
Photography: Kate Ignatowski | Styling + Floral Design: Mandy Forlenza Sticos | Flowers Provided by: Blooms By The Box | Wedding Dress: Jenny Yoo | Makeup Artist: Anny Chow | Calligraphy: Fleur De Letters | Hair Styling: Andy Tseng | Veil: Sara Gabriel
Thanks to one of our favorite photographers, Khaki Bedford, Little Vintage Rentals was featured on Style Me Pretty last week! We were honored to be a part of the shoot at 501 Union, the new sister space to The Green Building. Khaki’s shoot is packed with pretty details thanks to an amazing team of vendors! Check the full SMP post here and a few of our personal favorites are below.