We all know that weddings are the ultimate reflection of the tastes and interests of the couple celebrating. Here is a beautiful take on adding vintage touches and Moroccan wanderlust influences at the popular venue Firefly Gardens in Midlothian.
Blending textures, prints and lots of color to bring this room to life, especially when creating alternative seating arrangements! This Moroccan tea service is adorned with traditional poufs brought back from Morocco by Mary Baskin, owner of The English Merchant’s Inn and the new English Merchant’s Parlour on the square in downtown Waxahachie.
Why rent basic place settings when you can bring “something old” to the table. Patterned china is having a moment in the wedding industry. It adds interest, colors and a little whimsy to a tablescape. Ad in real vintage silver to add a touch of luxury to the sit down dinner.
“Don’t be afraid to mix and match throughout your wedding. The different glassware, textured table covers and palm leaves ill draw in your guests, creating a memorable event they will adore.”
The all-white backdrop of Firefly Gardens allows the vivid colors of the flower arrangements to pop!
The addition of fresh fruit around the cake adds to the exotic elements of the decor
VENUE: Firefly Gardens | FLOWERS: Fresh Flowers and Gatherings | CHINA & MOROCCAN DECOR: English Merchant’s Parlour, Mary Baskin | CAKE: It’s Gonna Be Sweet Bakeshop | PHOTOGRAPHY: Jason a d Laurie Ruiz Photography | MODEL: Sarah Paige Kennedy