From the designer Kelsey: When Danielle asked me to design the styled shoot portion of her 2018 Danielle Poff Workshop I was honored and excited about the chance to dream up a fun modern design that utilized fun punchy colors! If you know Danielle, you know she is all about alllll the color and unexpected pattern pairing while keeping everything modern with a touch of boho and always interesting!
Moondance Bridal offered us a beautiful and unexpected gown embellished with sparkling stars and a ton of sheer layers of tulle. I took a ton of inspiration from this dress along with a Palm Springs vibe: modern, colorful, unexpected.
For the tabletop I paired iridescent glassware from Anthropologie with a fun patterned runner borrowed from La Tavola. The plates, from All About Events are their ceramic line that is so versatile and one of my favorites. I put this plate atop a mirrored square charger to bring in some of our other fun elements in the lounge vignette. I chose a triangle fold for the napkin to highlight the cute fringe detail. Blush Fine Linen has these and they are all so cute and fun to choose different ways to fold.
One of my favorite subtle details was the small gold wire wrapped around some geo stones I purchased. We used these in the styling of the rings as well as the name cards at the table.
Lastly we had a fun lounge vignette from Avenue Twelve. Avenue Twelve has a ton of modern and brightly colored furniture pieces, so I knew we had to collaborate with them! I chose some fun mirrored side tables and combine them to be the center coffee table. Along with a bright yellow couch, I chose some teal velvet seats and a leather lounge chair.
Venue: SLO Brew Rock // Design & Coordination: A Lovely Creative // Floral design: April Flowers // Dress & headpiece: Moondance Bridal // Hair & Makeup: The Queens Bees // Rings: Serengeti West // Ceremony backdrop: Sea Glass Weddings // Specialty Rentals: Avenue Twelve // Paper goods: Pigment & Parchment // Napkins: Blush Fine Linens // Tableware: All About Events // Film scans by Photovision //