This Thursday night I am looking forward to joining Molly Tully, the Editor of New Jersey Bride Magazine, at the Bernards Inn for the Boutique Bridal Showcase. After all the holiday flurry has ended and the festivities have died down, I look forward to creatively preparing for the showcase and having the opportunity to speak with many new brides who are entering this new year with such excitement and anticipation.
Below is a video clip which will give you a peek into the Bridal Showcase held at the Bernards Inn back in January . I featured several Signature Style tables to showcase various individual styles for a wedding. Creating a Signature event truly speaks to the couple's taste and personality. Once again I enjoyed participating in the show, integrating with other designers, and speaking with many brides and their families.
Since the beginning of the new year my project team and I have been busy working on a variety of projects. There are a couple of upcoming events which we are a part of that I want to share with you.
Planning a wedding takes an extreme amount of coordination of details. But who comes up with the overall design and vision for the wedding? And who pays attention to the details of the various elements and ensures that they are coming together to tell a story? In many cases, the bride and groom have snippets of ideas that they want to include in their dream wedding, maybe a color or the style of the wedding dress, but they struggle in how to pull it all together.
The recent boutique bridal showcase at the Bernards Inn provided an opportunity to exhibit the ability to use interior design to transpose an interior space for an event, such as a wedding. By using props, such as, screens, antiques, sconces, urns, and mirrors, we can change the environment of an already lovely space and render it to the style of your event. Whether it be a British West Indies environment, a French Country estate, a modern chic setting….