Monday, June 18, 2007
We love to incorporate bright, bold colors into spring and summer weddings. Many brides are going outside the box and choosing gorgeous colorful schemes for their wedding and reception florals. Here, corals, oranges and reds were used against soft greens. Bright colors work really well in outdoor settings to bring a big burst of color to a natural setting. It is a great way to make your flower budget stretch. Greens and neutrals can sometimes get lost outside, but brighter colors really add a nice punch and stand out against their green backdrops. Thanks to Tamara Dillard of Sophie's for these gorgeous arrangements!
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
We recently had the pleasure of planning and coordinating a beautiful wedding at the Tennessee River Place in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The unbelievably talented Garrett and Joy Nudd of Garrett Nudd Photography sent us a snapshot of the Soirees Team hard at work. We always coordinatate weddings with a team of no less than three of us on-site all day which makes for big smiles (as you can see in the photo) and great experiences. Thanks Garrett and Joy for sending us this awesome shot!
Monday, June 11, 2007
Taking time to pay close attention to details is what can really make your event stand out to your guests. Something as simple as tying a ribbon on your napkins or programs, monogramming your cocktail napkins or even bringing big punches of color into your event using fabrics and flowers can really make a statement. When budgeting for your event, consider setting aside a small part for your own extra touches.
Soirees offers full-service event designing in addition to event planning and coordination. Our creative event designers meet one-on-one with our clients and create a detailed event design portfolio that is tailored to each and every one of our clients specific wants and needs. If you would like some help making your own event unique, please contact us today to see how we can help.