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Wedding Lunch – Exhibit Gallery

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Here’s some more event design inspiration from The Special Event… These images are from the Exhibit Gallery we walked through after the Wedding Lunch. The first room was a contemporary silver & white design and seemed to be the “star” of the show… judging from the oohs and aahs heard whenever people entered!

wedding design inspiration

The centerpiece pictured above is especially interesting to me: tube vases buried in sand act act as pedestals for a huge bundle of mitsumata branches laced with white orchids… gorgeous!

This next room is just pure GLAM! Rich reds and a retro lounge vibe in everything from the centerpieces to the walls…

wedding design inspiration

wedding design inspiration

Last but not least, was this super cool, tropical/tiki room. Mai tai, anyone?

wedding design inspiration

wedding design inspiration

Check out more pics of all three of these designs over at the Gallery Rooms album on Facebook!

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

8 responses to “Wedding Lunch – Exhibit Gallery”

  1. Sarah says:

    I love the use of light in both of these rooms. Isn’t lighting just key to setting the right “feel!?”

    -Sarah from Create Studio

  2. jenn s. says:

    Totally agree, Sarah – lighting makes all the difference!

  3. Julianne says:

    Fabulous decor, I love the white florals!

  4. I (Heart) Pink! The hot pink centerpiece is to die for!

  5. How cool it must have been to see all the great ideas and various decor.

  6. Love these too…especially the tube vases…so cool.

  7. These florals were created by Adelaide’s Florist and Decorators in La Jolla, Ca. I made the mitsumata piece and wanted to clarify- the lucite tubes are actually buried in dry white rice (to add to the textural organic feel and subtly continue the wedding theme for the after party) and the dangling green element is a succulent “Rhipsalis” that has lovely translucent balls that also capture the light. Fun event to work on !!!

  8. jenn s. says:

    Thanks for the info, Virginia! Kudos on creating such an amazing, unique design! It was just gorgeous in person :)