Ever thought of creating your own textiles? What if I told you that you could do just that – create custom textiles for your wedding and your home? Well, now you can, and it could not be easier.
Spoonflower provides a user friendly interface that allows you to upload your own design – pretty much anything you can think of putting on fabric.
There are no fees to upload your design, no setup fees, and no minimum order required. Print your custom design on any number of natural fiber fabrics including both cotton and silk.
Stylish brides take note. This is a great tool for creating custom wedding table linens and runners, custom pillows for your wedding day furnishings, and custom napkins. The possibilities are endless. Check out Spoonflower at http://www.spoonflower.com.
Last year, Uniquely Yours had the honor of participating in The Bridal Ball as one of three featured Central Florida planning and design firms. Our team worked with a select group of Orlando’s finest wedding professionals to showcase three unique tablescapes, giving couples a preview of what they can expect when working with our team of professional planners.
Pink, gold, and champagne served as the color palette for our first inspiration table. This color palette happens to be one of my favorite palettes for spring weddings. It is both classic and opulent, providing the perfect foundation for lush florals in shades of white, pearl, and ivory. Lee Forrest of Lee Forrest Design went above and beyond in capturing my vision and description. The main centerpiece featured densely packed roses, peonies, orchids, and hydrangea.
I worked with Sharon Clark, formerly of I Need A Favor, to design the paper presentation. She found gorgeous baroque style frames suitable for place card assignments. Unfortunately, they were colored black lacquer. The secret to transforming them for this design – gold spray paint. The paper was printed on ivory pearl shimmer stock and featured antique gold lettering.
The linens were provided by Kirby Rentals. I have a bit of a problem when it comes to gorgeous textiles and Brett Walters with Kirby was a huge help to me when it came to narrowing down my selections. Kirby also provided the gorgeous china, flatware, and stemware. Brides, if your budget allows, I recommend upgrading the basic china and flatware offered by your venue or catering firm for something that will set your table design over the top. Don’t you just love the additional sparkle coming off the gold flatware? Gold chiavari chairs provided by Ann Taylor of A Chair Affair and Godiva chocolates were beautiful finishing touches.
I can’t wait to share our other Bridal Ball designs with you soon!
A special thank you goes out to Chad Pilster of Pilster Photography for providing the Bridal Ball images.