Editor’s Note: If you love a layered, lush, lady-like wedding decor look, then this inspiration photo shoot from June will make your day! With all those delicate colors and textures in perfect combination, I still love to look back at these images when I need a moment of pure visual bliss.
What a treat we have today – some of the prettiest tabletop decor ideas I’ve seen, and all inspired by the one and only style icon, Coco Chanel! Los Angeles based wedding planners Nikki and Madiha Khan of Exquisite Events worked with an ultra-talented team of professionals to bring their vision to life in this inspiration photo shoot, and the photographers at Callaway Gable captured every stunning detail. Read on to learn about the team’s design inspiration and to see a practically endless amount of wedding eye candy!
It all started with Nikkis Chanel obsession. Her love of all things Coco Chanel sparked the inspiration for the Ode to Coco photo shoot, a chic collaboration with Revelry Event Designers, Wildflower Linen and The Hidden Garden Floral Design.
Nikki designed Ode to Coco as a 1920-1930 period tone-on-tone tabletop, with color being present in the flowers only. She chose soft greys, silver and platinum for the base of the design. The table linen was made of a luxurious crushed velvet and Youngsong Martin of Wildflower designed quilted chair covers to look like Chanel bags, complete with crystals and fabric-woven chains.
Matias Doorn of Revelry created a backdrop in various shades of grey with rows of hanging glass globes layered over fabric and two stunning silver globe chandeliers adorned with crystals hung from above. The table was embellished with pieces from Nikkis just-launched handmade silver collection; items like ornate silver chargers with lapis stones and silver peacock napkin rings. The Hidden Garden Floral Design created floral arrangements in pink, lavender and green, arranged in silver vases, which are also part of the new Exquisite Events product line.
The photo shoot was embedded into 1920s-30s Paris with the addition of hosts Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald, who naturally invited their friends to the dinner party. Cole Porter, Gertrude Stein, and Ernest Hemingway all dined at the Ode to Coco table at their assigned seat, next to the elegant place cards designed by Copper Willow Paper Studio.
The table glimmered in soft candlelight and a palatable menu was featured on beautifully simple cards that sat atop silver charger plates. Brian from Callaway Gable Photography captured amazing shots and brought the table to life. We think Zelda and Scott would have been very happy with this elegant and timeless table setting; a perfect ode to Coco Chanel!.
The Photo Shoot Team:
Wedding Planners & Designers: Exquisite Events
Photography: Callaway Gable
Furniture, Decor and Design: Revelry Event Designers
Linens: Wildflower Linen
Floral Design: The Hidden Garden Floral Design
Invitations and Stationery Design: Copper Willow Paper Studio
PR Coordination: Rayce PR and Marketing
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals
Lighting: Images by Lighting
See what I mean? What gorgeous wedding design! Thanks so much to the whole photo shoot team for sharing their hard work and creativity with us!