Idaho has had an incredibly tough winter. The snow has us dreaming of warmer days and Spring.
When planning an event your choice of colors is really important. You want to choose colors representative of your own personal style yet contemporary. Pantone joined together Rose Quartz and Serenity which demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue.
In looking for the perfect dress we saw this stunning Ysa Makano gown and fell in love. The dress being so pink we opted for blue in the bridesmaids gowns.
As components came together we wanted to find blue accents for the bride's beautiful pink. We came across Dutch dinnerware and brought in some Delft Dutch dinnerware which is accented with little highlights of Serenity along with darker shades of Blue. Delft dinnerware is often passed down generation to generation. If you have family heirlooms you want to incorporate into your event it not only adds an element of beauty but personalizes the table scape. This Delft Dinnerware has been in my family for years and it was wonderful to pull it in to this event.
We also used the beauty of our surroundings. We utilized the beautiful apple blossom in the yard at The Gathering Place as well as mountain sage brush to bring texture to our cake display. Using natural elements can add beauty to your event that is simply dreamy.
The focus quickly became the bride but our hearts were stolen by Addie and Robbie our flower girl and ring bearer. They snuck tastes of the cake ran in the fields and told stories all day. Their joy was irreplaceable.
When planning an event you bring so many things together the important thing is to make sure your photographer captures the magic. Grab the details and make certain they don't miss the kids.
Taylor Jobes and Nicholas Hunter
Dasha, Sarah, Angela, Faith, Rachel, and Katarina
Addie and Robbie
The Gathering Place