Inspired by this beautiful location at the Potawatomi Conservatories we created a look that exhibits the Pantone color of the year, Greenery. We hope you will be inspired by this location and the use of naturally stated color.
Our model, Morgan, looked stunning in this Sophia Tolli gown and earrings by Mariell, provided by Blushing Bride on 17. This gown stands out on its own with a deep V-neckline, gorgeous keyhole low back, and all-over soft lace. It’s a great dress for the garden, beach or smaller wedding. Salon J created a braid with a top knot and simply stated waves for an alluring hairstyle. Ashley Troxel Professional Makeup Artist accentuated our model’s natural beauty by creating a flawless wedding day look with hints of gold on the eyes and a soft natural lip color.
Snapdragon Designs showcased a gorgeous floral display that accentuated the naturally stated foliage throughout the conservatory. Super green roses, kale, trick dianthus, mini hydrangea, bells of Ireland, and ferns, to name a few, were used to create a floral display with dimension and appeal.
We simply adore the overall look that Burns Rent-alls created at the Potawatomi Conservatories. The use of white, gray, and greenery throughout the entire tablescape was breath-taking. Burns also created dimension by using geometric shapes, unique patterns, and touches of black and gold in the china, flatware, and stemware – a great way to make your tablescape stand out.
Playing off the geometric patterns on the tablescape, Sweet-Em’s Cake Shoppe designed this geometric patterned white and gold tiered wedding cake that so gorgeously accentuated our overall look. We also adored the use of floral on the cake top to pull in the use of greenery.