Hoopla did the personal flowers and to keep on budget, my team did the centrepiece flowers with the bridal party as a massive DIY project. I love working with Shannon and Robin at Hoopla. They are not afraid of colour and bold blooms and this really attracts me to a florist. The colour palette was determined months before the wedding. With every client we design an event for, we put together an inspiration board complete with their colour scheme. When they approve it, we get going on dreaming up their design.
How present was the Kate Spade influence in designing the wedding and what of her design was referenced?
Off the top, it was pretty predominant with the bold stripes and hot pinks, but it became less predominant as time went on and we continued to add more rustic, raw details. Keeping a slight focus on the Kate Spade inspiration was the feminine part of the design but we didn’t want it to dictate the design.
Picture frames were used effectively and beautifully in the design of the wedding. They were used in several different ways and were also part of the take-away gift for the guests. Can you elaborate on this design element?
The takeaways were actually custom rolled cigars and handmade tassel bracelets. The bracelets were displayed in these frames. I love using frames in my designs because they immediately create such great negative space to highlight interesting wedding details. Plus, frames are easy on the budget!
From the blankets available for chilly guests to the custom scotch bar, the guests’ comfort and pleasure appeared to be a the top of the list. Was the guest experience high on the planning list?
Guest experience is one of the most important aspects of any wedding planned by Love by Lynzie Events + Design. We pride ourselves in giving wedding guests a seamless experience where their tastes, comforts and enjoyment are considered at every turn. This is something we discuss with every client, and something we firmly believe should be at the heart of planning any event.