Sharing with you now a very pretty wedding the Hostess attended in Washington D.C. on Cherry Blossom Weekend. The bride saw to a lovely marriage of her parents Korean culture and her minimalist American style and created a serene setting based on simplicity, cherry blossoms, and pussy willows. Nicely done with minimal waste and a light footprint on the environment. I took a lesson from it in these times.
Origami dinner napkins under votives served as centerpieces at cocktail hour. There could be a million colorful options for this. Great idea.
Colorful, healthy, attractive crudite.
The centerpieces could easily be a DIY, though these were not: Pussy willow in glass vase, river rocks, ribbon, water, votives, mirror.
Simple and pretty, not to mention a lighter impact on the earth than a huge forced flower arrangement.
From another angle. Still obsessing about how pretty they were in the light.
No clue what these cocktail nibbles were, evidently Asian inspired for the bride's family. Anyone?
Splurge on the tables was well selected: Jacquard table cloth in tonal browns. I wished there had been some color to play off this but there was not: Brown, coffee, and some cream in the river rocks in the centerpieces. The bridesmaids were also in brown.
Very pretty menus.