Tablescape challenge: Kelly Wearstler inspired

INSPIRATION: Upscale picnic, Kelly Wearstler and Springtime!   For this challenge my aim was to create a clean and approachable design while still incorporating romantic blousy flowers.   This modern table design started with your standard caterer provided crisp white linens and folding chairs. By adding pattern and texture, highlighting a single flower type as well as including special paper details – you have a high impact and fun design.   Modern is all about keeping it fresh and natural, being fashion forward, highlighting lovely details as well as incorporating pattern and graphics. Modern makes a bold statement while putting a big smile on your face.

Vendors:

Concept and floral design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and planning: Bespoke Affairs
Photography: Tory Williams
Calligraphy and paper goods: Papermade Design
Macaroons: Nine Cakes
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals
Lighting projection: Adam Frank Inc.

Materials:

Fabric runner: “Lovely Lattice” by Waverly at Mood Designer Fabrics
Bottles: Collection of green wine and water bottles
Gift boxes, stickers and stamp: Papersource: www.paper-source.com

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  1. the individually plated macarons are to die for. gorgeous color palette! springy but not too

  2. Lisa McDonald

    Just WOW!!! Flowers and design are simply radiant. Clean and refreshing and romantic. So hard to do all at once! Ms. Fasanello is a true talent.

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  4. Love the colours, they really pop and make we go Wow.

  5. This is stunning. Love the bright pops of color, pattern, peonies, and every little detail!

  6. This color combination is so striking. What a gorgeous shoot!

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  8. SarahH

    So excited to be working with Denise Fasanello and Betsy at Nine Cakes for my upcoming wedding!!

  9. Sooo gorgeous as usual Adrienne!!! Great work everyone, Kelly Wearstler is one of my faves!

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