This post about the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club Bridal Show features the designers that I shared a room with. Inspired by the classic fairytale Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Intrigue Design and Decor transformed the Beach House Ballroom. Recent popularity of fairytales in the media sparked by movies and shows, such as Mirror Mirror and Once Upon a Time, has increased the number of fairytale inspired weddings and these gals nailed it.
Set in the Beach House Ballroom, Intrigue and 2Hands Studios created a chic and modern twist with five unique displays. Allyson and Jill of 2Hands set a vintage living room display begins the fairytale by setting the scene where a bride first meets her prince. The vignette provided a space for brides mingling to sit and absorb the show. Chipping paint doors, lace doily covered paper lanterns and window frames graced the space. Check out the place cards hanging on the shutters. Hand stenciled pillows and chalkboard painted silver serving trays completed the look. They also created a romantic bedroom, designed for a princess, where brides could envision themselves preparing for a fairytale ball. Their attention to detail is amazing and I LOVE their vintage look and feel!
Sarah and Melissa of Intrigue created a rustic Seven Dwarfs’ table and a deep colored honeymoon table inspired by the Evil Queen. I can definitely see the garnet and purples against black fitting well with a fall or winter evening wedding. The Seven Dwarfs’ table had pomegranates with a little paper ribon that said SW <3 PC (Prince Charming). It was my favorite vignette in the room! I loved the rustic feel and all the green colors. For the true fairytale bride, she could imagine dining at their whimsical Snow White table display, which set the tone for the fairytale in the center of the room. It was stunning! You could not miss the tiered tables with crystal Chiavari chairs donning large tissue paper flowers, covered in white and silver linens with delicate glassware and mirrors and candles. A curling drape of white hydrangea blooms flowed along the table and draped to the floor. It was breathtaking!
We love Pinterest, and feel free to pin, but please give credit where credit is due! I have included the credit info ON the photo for you and you can cut and paste this text for your pin: Styled by: www.Intrigue-Designs.com and www.2HandsStudios.com Photos by: www.KimberlyBrooke.com