Newsworthy | What's Your Style Part III

There are four major styles when it comes to wedding and floral decor. This next one is formal, traditional and classic.  Flowers that you would associate with formal, traditional and classic tend to be fluffy, rich, neutral colors. Though I'm sure many of you will argue that deep rich colors can also be formal and classic.  Think tall grand arrangement, candlesticks, candelabras, mercury cups, dupionique luxe linens, gold chiavari chairs, soothing wash over the ballroom, crystal or metallic accents, grand fondant cakes.  Are you getting the picture?

Here is a few examples of formal traditional classic florals! 

Photography by U Me Us Studios.  Venue Asian Art Museum. Planning by Finish Touch Hawaii  Catering by Global Gourmet Lighting by Everything Audio

Real Wedding | San Francisco City Hall Magic

Sometimes ballroom or indoor weddings don't get the attention that they deserve.   With blogs and wedding websites often focused on the "outdoor" wedding as well as the unique heritage or vintage sites, it does seems like the indoor ballroom or landmark buildings have taken a backseat.  But I totally think a well light indoor venue with architectural history and grand details can never seem old or second rate.  I'm so lucky that our San Francisco City Hall is a grand space. They make our neutral color palette and classic flowers look even more stunning. Don't you agree? 

Photography by Amanda Wei

Planning by Simone Lennon

Venue City Hall San  Francisco

Lighting by Got Light