“Rather than a specifc, complex theme, we relied on soft color, greenery and touches of classic gold to convey an elegant, intimate feel," says Lotta Alexandersson, founder of Mint Design.
“We kept everything foral focused, from the invitations and paper goods to the centerpieces and dessert cookies. This design strategy made planning both easy and affordable," says Andersson.
A centerpiece of roses, dahlias, and jasmine:
Place cards hung from each wooden x-backed bistro chair:
A handmade yarn hanging and laser-cut sign serve as a backdrop for the peach bellini bar:
Champagne flutes adorned with name tags are displayed on a white vintage desk:
Rosehip water on tap offered a refreshing accompaniment to the signature bellinis:
Guests were asked to write ideas for future “Date Nights for the Bride and Groom” — each idea card was then placed in a box:
The luncheon menu included delicate bites of mini heart-shaped grilled cheese sandwiches and raspberry marscapone:
Floral details carried through to the invitations and other paper goods, all by Matinae Design Studio:
Flowery frosted cookies by Imperial Sweets:
The pretty two-tiered cake by De Coeur Bake Shop, trimmed with fresh greens: