Thankfully Wed

On the Eve of the great feast, we continue the tradition of Thanksgiving style decor this Wedding Wednesday!  From escort cards bound with Evergreen sprigs, to Magnolia leaf adorned table runners, spraying centerpieces and sparkling linens, every detail dazzles with a bit of rustic warmth.  We love creating Fall inspired atmospheres for our November brides and grooms.  It’s the gold leaf detail in your bridal bouquet, the fragrant seasonal mixed centerpieces, the metallic votive illuminations, and the soft candlelight that make it all the more romantic.  A canopy of branches ornamented by candles, rich tones of amber, brown and orange, and garland all around make your reception very inviting.  Let the wine flow, the guests be merry, and may one of your wedding gifts be a big cozy blanket for you to snuggle in together by a crackling fire later.  Fall is by far the coziest wedding season.  What more to be thankful for this Thanksgiving than you; our brides and grooms!

We are thankful for our brides and grooms this November.  You are forever in our hearts.  Here are some more inspirations for November brides and grooms to-be!  Think Fall theme wedding style… No matter how chic or classic you are, there is something for everyone.

And some fun for the kids too…


Happy Wedding Wednesday!

As for the feast to end all feasts, we will see you there…


by Bernadette Lords



Bridal Tidings of the Season

The glamor of weddings during the holiday season are increasingly more and more lavish.  We love the opportunity to showcase such elegant bridal creations and rich color schemes in a festive holiday fashion.  Have a look at what has recently been blooming for our beautiful brides this season!

Classic beauty was blossoming for our bride at the regal St. Regis Hotel

St. Regis Hotel

5th Ave. at 55th St.

It was a display of romantic, fairy tale elegance for our bride at the ornamentally embellished Pierre Hotel

Pierre Hotel

2 E 61st St. at 5th Ave.


Last but not least, flowers bloomed from ceiling to floor for our bride at the historically charming High Line Hotel

High Line Hotel

180 10th Ave. at 10th St.

Until next Wednesday,

May your weddings be florally abound with botanical beauty.

Forever Trimming Stems,

L’Atelier Rouge


by Bernadette Lords