With bridal season about to be in full swing I’ve paired up with kate spade new york and some amazing Creatives to bring you an entire week of celebrating the bride to be. I’m talking tablescapes, desserts, invites, florals, gifting, outfits, beauty how-tos, etiquette tips, and yes cake. There will be lots of cake. Ooooooh and cotton candy. Lots of cotton candy. But today let’s start where all great stories start, at the beginning.
When I think of kate spade new york I think fun. Girly. Colorful. And of course, their black and white stripes. Which worked out perfectly since black, white, and stripes just happen to be some of my favorite things. But I couldn’t just leave it at all black and white…well I could, but I didn’t, I mean this is bridal. So I added in pops of gold, silver and a full palette of pinks sprinkled throughout.
The invitation, in true kate spade form, set the tone with a shocking pink envelope lined in gold “xo” polka dots and a bow tie RSVP card complete with a striped grosgrain ribbon. A floating floral centerpiece hung over the boldly set black and white striped table with kate spade’s Castle Peak place settings and Dot champagne glasses. And cookies donning the brides soon to be new initial and a kate spade logo were the perfect finishing touch.
So with the table set, and the champagne poured we were officially ready to celebrate. And celebrate, we did! I can’t wait to share more details with you tomorrow, but until then I hope you’re feeling inspired whether you’re the bride to be, the host, or just someone who loves to entertain. Happy Monday Loves! truly, MKR
Concept & Styling, Mandy Kellogg Rye of Waiting On Martha || Photography, Rustic White Photography || Florals, Juli Vaughn Designs || Invitations, Flair Designery || Chalk Art, Jessica Garvin || Cookies, Whipped Bakeshop || Furniture, Crush Event Rentals || Linens, I Do Linens || Castle Peak place settings & Champagne Glasses kate spade new york || White Trophy Bowls Waiting On Martha ||
This post was sponsored by kate spade new york a brand I genuinely adore and one that helps make Waiting On Martha happen.