We worked with Emilee and Eric to create an intimate wedding at the bride’s favorite family destination in Northern Michigan. Guests gathered from all over the country to celebrate the lakeside affair. They dined in a custom draped room with velour linens and a floral installation that flooded the venue with warmth and greenery.
We worked with New Yorkers Alyssa and Brad to create a Detroit inspired soirée at the historic Ford Piquette Avenue Plant. We created a custom Edison bulb installation in the center of the room, which featured seventy-five individual bulbs. Guests ate at golden-lime colored tables with luxurious velvet napkins and individually stamped menus.
We came together with Abigail and Aiden to create an antique-inspired affair in downtown Detroit. We built the bride a gorgeous cascade bouquet with a beautiful spring influenced color palette. We adorned each guest table with crystal candelabras and an abundance of floral, topped with an elegant script menu and lavender goblet.
Michiganders Ashley and Charlie selected a beautiful vineyard in Jackson, Michigan to celebrate their love amongst the grape vines. Their marriage was sealed with a kiss while guests threw lavender from custom stamped pouches. The guests danced the night away in a barn in the middle of the property filled with candles, bistro lights, and leather twined place cards.
California based Jenna and Jared wanted to bring their West Coast crew to a new type of coast in Traverse City, Michigan. We worked to create a Japanese inspired Wabi-Sabi design with a touch of California vineyard. Guests dined and drank palomas in a white open-air tent draped in rosemary and olive garlands.
New York based Lauren and Matthew called us together with a village of creatives to make the wedding of their dreams happen at the memorable Detroit Opera House. Guests watched the bride and groom enter the venue from the colossal black stage; they ate at satin cream tables, with a bounty of white flowers, featuring modern stationary accents.
Californians Sarah and Shaun brought their two cultures together for an American-Indian inspired affair with lavender linens and white baby’s-breath centerpieces. Their church ceremony was anything but traditional with custom baby’s-breath trees exuding into the aisle. A masterpiece cake took center stage floating out of a cloud of baby’s-breath.
We created an emerald influenced affair adorned with classic cream dotted table linens, emerald green charger plates, atop with custom-curated velvet ribbon place cards on a handmade paper menu. A custom holiday cocktail added the perfect elevated touch.
Lifelong friends Maura and Audrey tied the knot in an industrial space in Detroit, Michigan. Inspired by the sunset, the couple selected a warm color palette of deep plum and burnt orange with gold adorned accents. Guests ate among an abundance of black candle tapers, with handmade paper menus wrapped in twine and sealed with vintage wax.