Uncomplicated elegance. Coastal magic, with a bit of vintage woven within the simple details. Beautiful, but what does it mean? Words, when too easily tossed about can muddle up the expression of a thing. Let's keep this simple and look at what influences a design and final concept.Succulents are amazing. They're like a modern piece of art growing right out of a rock. Check out the hint of teal flirting with the cool tones of the whole color palette. It's not so much that it gives off a matchy matchy vibe, but instead compliments the glass so perfectly it almost hurts. Simple, yet staying true to the luxuriousness that is the Hotel Del Coronado.
The white linens and chairs assist in keeping everything breezy and simple, while the layered floral textures of the anemones, ranunculus and orchids contribute to the overall opulent vibe. The presentation is elegant without trying to hard. Which is what the West Coast is all about.
The vintage dishware and silver candlesticks tie it together with meaning and nostalgia.See the tiny little succulents nestled in the rocks at the bottom of the glass. Happy sigh.
And those delicate little silver balls are...wait for it... Silver Brunia. There's nothing flashy about them, but they exude class and charm like your grandmother's heirloom jewelry.
The Creative Team included: Exquisite Weddings Magazine. Table Designers: Nick + Aleah Valley with Valley & Co. Flowers: Adorations Botanical Artistry. Linens: Wildflower Linen. Tableware: Valley & Co. private collection. Stationery: Momental Designs. Photography: Terri Rippee, Rippee Photography. Location: Hotel Del Coronado. Models: Carmel McAndrews and Andrei Razmeritsa.