Good morning everyone,
Happy Friday! We are smitten with our feature on Style Me Pretty today. Our fun couple Tracey and Andrew really put a lot of thought and attention to detail in their big day. Andrew is from Australia, and Tracey is a designer. At our initial meeting (I like to call that the meet and greet, get to you know so we can down to the nitty gritty) they came prepared with lots of visuals. They both had very different visions on how the day should look initially. As I sat and listened (I couldn't write fast enough, they came at me with both guns blazing) I pointed out that a lot of what they were drawn to actually worked better for rectangular tables than the standard round tables. That was kind of the jumping off point for which all these fabulous fun details were born.
Tracey put a lot of effort in sewing runners for tables, making her own fascinator (she took a class!), and sewing luggage tags for all the guests. The Amy Butler fabric Tracey used had a modern vibe and was just the right pop of color to pull everything together. For more on their story, and to hear from the bride herself, head on over to Style Me Pretty and see all the details captured by Libby Green for Claudia Kronenberg Photography.
don't you just love the colored sash Tracey added to her dress?
I just LOVE this detail!
We used waratah, a flower native to Australia to pay homage to Andrew's hometown.
Mr. Peacock carefully watches over the luggage tag escort cards
More of that fabulous Amy Butler fabric
dress - Jcrew (plus details from the bride)
alterations: Esin of Sew Elegant
bridesmaid dresses: J.Crew
ties: Vineyard vines
venue - White Elephant
Church - St Marys
day of coordination - Unique Nantucket
cake/cupcakes - Natasha Misanko for American Seasons
cake toppers - Etsy vendor The Little Gift Box
photography - Libby Green for Claudia Kronenberg Photography
Labels: event design, floral design, nantucket weddings, Style Me Pretty, wedding design