We love seeing beautiful tablescapes come together, especially ones featuring a color palette similar to this year’s pantone color of the year, Radiant Orchid. Phoenix Bride & Groom Magazine featured gorgeous tablescapes from planner, Tres Chic Events, one of which was a Botanical Garden’s beautiful desert wedding photo-shoot we recently featured! This new feature is called “Delicate Delights”!
This lovely shoot for Phoenix Bride & Groom Magazine was shot at the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa which is a world-class luxury resort in Scottsdale, AZ situated on the side of Cambelback Mountain and is home to head chef, Beau MacMillian. Take a look at the beautiful design work of Monica McQueen from Tres Chic Events with these photos shot by Erica Velasco Photographers.
The table linens used for this shoot is our very popular “King Collection” in King Lavender Reverse. This linen makes a bold statement with it’s modern eclectic rings that intertwine. These rings are about 6-8 inches in diameter and have a hint of shimmer, making every table look like its own piece of artwork.
Speaking of art, the chair covers called NuSilk Pink Hand-Painted Chiavari Chair Sleeve are exactly that; a piece of hand-painted art! Each chair sleeve will be slightly different than the next since we have a skilled artist that hand paints each floral petal on the sleeves! It adds a beautiful touch to any sweet and charming event.
Excerpt from Monica – Tres Chic Events about the photoshoot:
In addition to the beautiful wedding venue they have, there is also a quaint and utterly lovely private home even further up the mountain, where you can host smaller events, weddings, meetings, etc. The view is stunning. So when we were planning our decor for this shoot, I decided on a color palette that would complement the lush green surroundings and earthy brown mountains, but that would be set apart from it as well, without competing. I chose an orchid color and moss green, complimented with white and gold. Little did I know at the time that the Pantone color of the year for 2014 would turn out to be Radiant Orchid!
The view and the profile of the mountain next to you makes you feel as though you’re literally in the most beautiful landscape painting, so I also found art in the linens by using some hand-painted chair covers from Wildflower Linen. Each cover is one-of-a-kind, which is so fun.
The floral centerpiece by Butterfly Petals is truly art of nature. I really love centerpieces that flow off of a table, and Butterfly Petals absolutely delivered. The grapewood and moss and twigs sprawled across and down the entire table provided this dramatic table scene that really tied into the natural surroundings, yet made a glamorous statement as well.