If there's one thing we love the most about spring and summer - it's brunch season. Don't get us wrong, we love to brunch all year long, but there's something about the bright blue skies, shining sun and freshly-thawed lakes that have us thinking mimosas!
Modern Love: White and Green Wedding Style
A striking structure makes for dreamy “I Do’s.” Against the modern backdrop of Madison Public Library, this dramatic V-shaped arch by Milwaukee Flower Co. is covered with dahlias, delphinium, clematis, amaranthus and snowberry. Coordinating centerpieces, overflowing with greenery, adorn the aisle entrance for a wow-worthy first impression.
Bursting with sunny garden roses, crisp white ranunculus, lisianthus and tulips, along with wax flower, viburnum, seeded eucalyptus and variegated pittosporum, this bouquet by The Flower Lady is one you’ll never want to let go of.
A perfect pairing of black and white makes this tablescape contemporary and totally cool. Translucent chairs cozy up to an ivory farm table from A La Crate Vintage Rentals, covered by a dramatic swath of black linen from Mrs. Freund & Co. Guests will dine at a table set with plates and stemware from Williams Sonoma and the splendid centerpieces by La Tulipe, featuring French tulips, garden roses, snow berries, ranunculus, stock, and fresh sage and lilac for sumptuous scent.
Fanciful calligraphy is the star of the show in this creative invitation suite by Victoria Danielle Lettering & Designs, while more subtle design genius is evident in the floral illustration, wax seal, and white ink on black envelope. Alongside the chic stationery: a perfectly petite boutonniere by The Flower Lady.
With hand-painted leaves and geometric pattern, this confection from Eat Cake! is a modern masterpiece. Striking centerpieces from La Tulipe showcasing garden roses, French tulips and ranunculus make this dessert table even sweeter. A garland of greenery by Flora by Jamae makes an ideal backdrop, while the marble cake stand and vessels from Williams Sonoma add vibrant white elements to the ebony table.
Trend alert: Llamas are the next big thing in weddings. Hear us out; the adorable critters make for fabulous photo ops and can be dressed up to match your wedding theme. Take this gent named Canadian Legend, from Animal Acres Llamas; he sports a fabulous floral saddle by Flora by Jamae, featuring botanicals like olive branch, eucalyptus, amaranthus and ranunculus. Trust us—wedding llamas will make for the most memorable of moments.