The two images below are from David Tutera. Orange is just the perfect "pick-me-up" color and LOOK AT THAT CANDLELIGHT. Just another piece of evidence of how candlelight can impact the entire look.
here, and these pictures capture all the elements that I love about his work. There is a balance to his designs that impacts the entire space. Look at how perfectly the dendrobium orchids compliment the table in the back while still creating it's own design space. I have a small obsession (OK, a huge obsession) with dendrobium orchids...to the point that they were EVERYWHERE in my wedding. I also love his interior dectorating style and there will be more to come of that tomorrow.
Continuing with the glass/floating flowers trend we saw above, I am so inspired by this Karen Bussen creation. This is such an attainable look by just using your own glassware as vases and letting the color of the flowers create a serene, peaceful look. I love how the entire table just seems to be floating...simply stunning!
You didn't think I could go an entire post without having something with a little bling? Being from the Boston area, I have some hometown pride for Bryan Rafanelli and all that he has accomplished in the entertainment business and this picture is a perfect example of why. Linens are one of those details that can so easily be overlooked but can truly transform the look of a . This picture shows the impact of a metallic, glittery table linen which seems to shine a spotlight on the rest of the table details. I think those are ice sculptures in the middle which is one of the cooler ideas I've seen. And with the LED light in the middle of the centerpiece, this is truly an inspiration look!