Michelle Edgemont Event Design & Flowers | Plan Like A Pro
When we came across some work from Michelle Edgemont Event Design & Flowers, we immediately knew we want to share it. It’s fresh, fun and full unexpected details and out-of-the box ideas. Each couple’s personality really come alive at their wedding and each celebration that Michelle creates is as stylish as it is unconventional. Start your Monday with inspiration from this talented designer and five of her favorite weddings.
Amy + Jimmy
Amy and Jimmy had a celebration of their marriage (they were married the year before) on Halloween. Their love of the holiday came through on their tablescapes of black moss, pumpkins, and dried red roses. The table numbers were designed using classic Halloween-inspired graphics printed in black on ivory card stock. Their guests wore masks throughout the night, danced on a smoke-filled dance floor, and were served bites by costumed servers. They ended their night in a spooky room that housed their photobooth.
Photos by Jacquelyne Mae Photography
Kalinda + Robbie
Kalinda and Robbie lived in LA and worked as Hollywood writers. They were marred in a big loft space in NYC under a sky of metallic stars. Their professions as writers and their passion for old cinema came through in special details all throughout their wedding. Guests dined under a canopy of vintage Edison bulbs on tables decorated with pages from the couple’s favorite scripts. Their favorite movie quotes were foil printed onto cocktail napkins. The dance floor showed clips of old movies while guests drank specialty cocktails and had wrote love notes to the couple on an old typewriter.
Photos by Les Loups
Liz + Tom
Liz and Tim were married over looking the Hudson river in Brooklyn, NY. They were into anything from the 1960s, including classic toys and music. A vintage Lite Brite welcomed guests to their whimsical wedding. Wildflowers were the main decor focus of their floral design. Each table number was actually a classic love record from the 1960s that the groom sourced himself. The bride hand crafted crocheted cactus to decorate around the room. They danced the night away to classic rock records among their loved ones.
Ray + Pete
Ray and Pete promised their lives to each other along the waterfront of Manhattan. Their bold personalities were the inspiration behind their wedding design. The tables glistened with piles of authentic Swarovski crystal, patterned linens, and all white flowers. Their guests enjoyed a surprise show of NYC’s hottest drag queens that got the party started. Fun pink uplighting, white lounges, and two big balloon walls kept the party going until the wee hours of the morning.