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{Shabby Chic} Bridal Show Booth 2012

As soon as is came…it went even quicker! But it was awesome and I was super happy creating my booth. This year I went with a Shabby Chic look & my colors were light pink and bold black and whites. I think it turned out pretty cute. Gonna try to post some DIY instructions soon on how I created things…hope you like!

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{Details}

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{Full View} only a small space to work with ;)

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{My Flowers} were super fun to create! For my table centerpiece I used a tall pink glass vintage vase that {really isn’t vintage} from my beloved TJMaxx, filled with pink tulips, pink garden roses (that looked close to peonies and were available this time of year), miniature pink roses, white carnations (totally underrated!) and ranunculus. My bridal bouquet was just three stems of pink hydrangeas tied with black silk ribbon and an accent of black and white striped thinner ribbon. My three {milk glass} vases came inexpensively from Vintage Vogue.

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My {paper creations} i.e. Menus, dessert cards, and other cute items came lovingly from The Wedding Chicks amazing blog under their free downloads. I embellished them with cute light pink rose “press ons” from a line of products at Hobby Lobby called Spare Parts.

I printed my {Gimme Some Sugar} sign from Martha Stewart Weddings. Very easy, and I’ve used the templates sooo many times.

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On my {dessert dresser}, which came out of my guest bedroom (the dresser, not the goodies), was filled with Mexican Wedding Cookies, Mini Vanilla cupcakes decorated with silver dragees, Mini Pink Coconut Cupcakes, Cotton Candy Meringues from Sprinkle Bakes blog and Strawberry Marshmallows from Kroger {uh…awesome surprise! Have I just overlooked these strawberry marshmallows at Kroger?!? or have they been calling my name for years? I don’t wanna know}

{My Cake} I iced it with a cloud pattern and cut out a clip art silhouette of a couple and placed it on top. Paper roses were added too!

{I love Silhouettes} so I used them a couple times throughout my design. To distinguish the bride and grooms seat I took two black oval frames from Hobby Lobby. Then, I visited The Wedding Chicks again for the ‘bride’ and ‘groom’ font to print it on white paper and used clip art for the faces but you could totally use you and your fiancĂ©.

For my {curtains} which were really 90″ square overlay table cloths ;) and all my other beautiful white linens… they were from the amazing Creative Coverings. I love that company!!

The {White Chiavari Chairs} , coveted by many brides, were from A Classic Party Rental up in Indy. They have all the colors and finishes of chiavari’s anyone could possibly want!

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And this was what {I} looked like all day at my booth. “My booth, my booth my booth my booth!”

Love!
Morgan

Vendor Thank YOUS!! My booth would {not} have been awesome without your generosity!

{Linens & Curtains} Creative Coverings
{Chiavari Chairs} A Classic Party Rental
{Booth Rental & Show Sponsor} Perfect Parties
{Flowers ordered and selected from} Artful Blooms

Comments

2 Responses to “{Shabby Chic} Bridal Show Booth 2012”

  1. Teresa says:

    Morgan your details and designs were amazing. If I were a bride -to -be I would definitely want to hire you on as my event planner. Every time I walked by your booth, it was overflowing with women, I would say that is a good sign! Great show!
    Teresa Kinder
    artful blooms florist by appointment