As Wisconsin weather can be unpredictable, we wanted to showcase the thoughtful details clients can add to their wedding design to bring the outdoors in. Playing up textures while keeping the color palette soft allowed us to show how this space can be transformed any time of the year.
Molly Schmelling, Senior Planner of Events to a T
Arching greenery transforms The Pavilion at Discovery World into a garden bower. Our bride’s ballgown-style dress is lacy perfection, with a fitted bodice and full skirt that features a sweeping train. Detachable sleeves add the option for an alternate look.
Pristine white tableware on a textured tablecloth allows the quiet beauty of neutral florals to take center stage. The taupe napkin parallels the warm, barely-blush hue of the centerpiece roses.
An unstructured bouquet of roses and tulips adds a boho note to our bride’s natural look, along with her understated makeup and face-framing tendrils. The peach envelope and lacy liner keep it light and easy in this stationery suite.
Less is more: This three-tiered cake relies on minimalist form to make a maximal statement, accented by few artfully placed posies.
With a chandelier for discreet shimmer, the space features diaphanous draperies that filter the abundant natural light, all ready for guests to dine in serene luxury.