Danielle and Richard decided to go with a white on white Art Deco style cake for their wedding. I now love white on white.
The vibe in the ballroom at the Lord Nelson made me want to rush home and change into my best 1920s outfit – which I don’t actually have but if I did would have looked something like this:
The coolest part? They had a really (really) old, working typewriter where guests could leave best wishes. My 9 yr old daughter thought that was neat.
If there was one era I’d love to be able to go back to, it would be the 1920s. And preferably in New York City.
Congratulations Danielle and Richard!
Jennifer and Trevor had a very clear vision for their wedding cake: minimalist with clean lines, purple and cobalt blue. The top tier is finished in a 5/8″ wide purple ribbon with a narrow blue ribbon accent, the middle tier has a subtle white on white wave pattern, and the bottom tier creates repetitive balance with a wide purple ribbon and narrow blue ribbon accent.
I love hearing from couples after the wedding – and I love when they share pics with me! Thanks to Jennifer and Trevor for sending a pic of the cake cutting and to Heather at Twin Bridges Photography for permission to post.
Congratulations Jennifer and Trevor!