Amy & Ken’s Crocker Art Museum wedding was yellow and grey and all things eclectic! Both Amy and Ken have an eye for design, and the look and feel of their wedding was very important to them. They loved a sort of Mad Men look paired with clean glass and succulents. A lot of the found objects we paired with our own inventory came from Amy & Ken’s house.
With a grey, white and yellow color palette, we utilized some of our favorite blossoms such as yellow David Austin garden roses, yellow craspedia or billy balls, grey dusty miller, yellow ranunculus, and of course, succulents!
For the ceremony, we flanked either side of the couple with tall yellow and white floral arrangements which were moved into the reception area following vows.
White chivari chairs were paired with yellow and white striped linens. A white charger for each place setting was finished off with craft paper boxes for favors.
Brass, gold and glass objects were grouped for each centerpiece. There were no two centerpieces that were matching… we love that!! This not only makes for a more interesting look, but adds variety throughout the room.
Linens used were yellow and white ticking from La Tavola Linens. This was the perfect subtle use of color and pattern to be brought throughout the room, and upon sitting and looking closely at the tabletops.
Congratulations Amy & Ken!