Pretty Pastels Tabletop Design Inspiration from Alyssa Meeks Events
Robin Williams once said that “spring is nature’s way of saying ‘Let’s party!'”, and we couldn’t agree more! This pretty pastels tabletop design inspiration from Alyssa Meeks Events is everything you could ever want in a dreamy spring wedding… and then some!
Captured by Josh and Dana Fernandez, vibrant pops of pink and yellow give this scene set at The Gin at Hidalgo Falls an essence of elegant charm. Ode to Joy Flowers crafted the most beautiful floral arrangements that coincided oh-so perfectly atop unique rentals from Adorn Vintage Rentals. Our bride was glowing in an illusion neckline gown from Belle Âme Bridal and gorgeous glam from Hey Lovely. Shelby Elizabeth Cakes provided a four-tiered masterpiece that almost looks too pretty to eat. Courtesy of Half Moon Lettering, the lovely pastel invitation suite added a personal touch with artful hand-lettering, also seen in the cocktail menu and seating chart.
To tie this vision together, LG Event Entertainment and Production created the one-of-a-kind vinyl used for the seating chart that we are nothing short of obsessed with! Read on to learn about the inspiration behind this shoot from the planner herself, and don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest for the latest in wedding trends. Cheers!
Photos // Josh and Dana Fernandez
From the planner, Alyssa Meeks of Alyssa Meeks Events: “The inspiration behind this shoot started with a design based off of The Beatles album covers with a spin on the classic white floral palette. For this shoot, I opted to use nontraditional elements, from the seating chart to the cocktail sign, to show brides that you truly can create a wedding based off of a single idea. One idea can bring life to a million others and we as vendors love that!”
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Other Local Vendors: Hey Lovely, Josh and Dana Fernandez, LG Event Entertainment & Production, Half Moon Lettering, Alyssa Meeks Events, Shelby Elizabeth Cakes, Adorn Vintage Rentals, Ode to Joy Flowers, The Gin at Hidalgo Falls