Utah has long followed the trends of soft neutral colors throughout wedding design, but we’ve never been all about the neutrals! We had the chance this month to join with some of our favorite creatives in the wedding industry to show you how bright, bold colors can be used tastefully to create a fun, explosion of color in your wedding design!
We were given a single inspiration image from our friends at Snap Pop Party and asked to design a wedding look that would be bright and bold. That’s it! From there, designers Alisa and Kaushay went to work to create a one-of-a-kind wedding design that was sure to make you want to get up and get moving! As a team, we designed the color palette, mood, and all of the stationery for the shoot.
We shared our color palette and vision with our creative partners and worked with them to create a wedding scene full of movement and playfulness! We took our color palette, keeping in mind the color constraints we’d find in nature, and brought in the purples, blues, and greens that we knew would be harder to include elsewhere. Our focal point was a backdrop full of balloons and fringe from Snap Happy Culture, accented with fresh flowers from Tomboy Floral. This gave us the movement and playfulness we needed to bring in a sweetheart table to help ground the design.
Our sweetheart table featured linens and chargers from BBJ La Tavola with glassware and flatware from our in-house collections. We wanted to incorporate the least organic colors in our tabletop decor and chose to mix our purples, blues, greens, and yellows together at each place setting.
We opted for rounded shapes throughout the tabletop stationery design to tie into the shapes present with the balloons, disco balls, and roller skates that showed up in other places in the design.
To highlight other important parts of a wedding day, we designed an invitation suite that served as the perfect sneak peek of the wedding design itself. The invitations were designed to give guests a preview of the bright, bold colors and playfulness that would be present during the wedding.
Looking to recreate this design for yourself? We recommend asking your designer for:
- Unconventional, bright colors
- A mix of helium & standard balloons
- Colorful Fringe
- Hanging floral pieces
- Colorblocked stationery with rounded shapes
- A patterned tablecloth in your color palette
Wanting a designer who you know can give you a look just like this? Get in touch with us to see if we’re available for your wedding day!
Creative Partners: Snap Pop Party, Bad Ass Weddings, Tomboy Floral, Sugarhouse Bakery, Morgan Leigh Photography, Em Purcell Beauty, Versailles Atelier Bridal, Spirited Event Bartending, Publik Space, BBJ LaTavola