Interior design has always been a huge source of decor inspiration for us in our style and design process. One of our more favorite styles is Chinoiserie – a blend of Eastern and Western stylistic elements featured in many European art in the 17th century. For this particular shoot we explored the Chinoserie design further to interpret that specific style into a tablescape and wedding environment. The question remained how to take something classic and make it current… we did just that through Asian-inspired textiles and figurines, vintage vessels filled with exotic floral arrangements and a bright, modern color palette with intricate details sprinkled throughout! The end result: a perfect representation of bringing an age old artistic tradition into 2014 and giving it new life. See more of this shoot on Grace Ormonde Wedding Style!
Photography: Alyse French Photography / Event Design & Coordination: Natalie of Two Be Wed / Floral Design: The Moss and Rose / Stationary and Calligraphy: The Weekend Type / Ceremony Backdrop: The Weekend Type / Cake Topper: The Weekend Type / Cake: Sugary and Chic / Vintage Rentals: Two Be Wed / China and Glassware: Bering’s Hardware / Macarons: The Refined Bakery / Hair and Makeup: Sunkissed and Madeup / Dress: Monique Lhullier from Casa De Novia / Bridesmaid: Johanna Johnson from Casa de Novia / Linens: Aztec Events and Tents / Location: Private Club in Houston