A wedding in Matis – which made our entry into the New Year brighter.
A year ago, we wrote a post about winter weddings and covered the theme of Christmas and New Year.
When that post was in the making, I remember thinking how cool it would be to do a New Year's wedding. It was through this post that our bride also found us, with whose help we crossed this desire off the bucket list.
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Although we came across a lot of confused faces when we said we were doing a wedding on Monday, New Year's Eve, we think it's a great way to start the new year.
The guests were in a great position, because they didn't have to worry about where they were going to celebrate, and we were especially happy to be able to do a themed wedding and end the year in style.
The bride contributed details such as photo props, balloons and gifts for guests who were adorable. Mini champagne with straws is a hit for this topic.
Matis is a beautiful space ideal for smaller weddings, thanks to their choice of tablecloths and chair covers, we were able to fully fulfill the theme. Black tablecloths in this case have become an integral part of the decoration and I think that without them it simply would not be that. Also, what I still have to mention is that I was pleasantly surprised by the excellent lighting in the hall itself. Lighting is a big factor in achieving the atmosphere, and it is also important for photos.
As for the flowers themselves, the bride wanted something simple. Although we had quite a few New Year's elements, the focus was still on elegance because it was a wedding. Given that we do not currently have a large selection of flowers, the decision was made to predominate kale. We arranged them into tall vases to achieve the effect of "fireworks" but in an elegant, floral version. One of the charming elements were the numbers for the tables, which we made in the form of vintage watches and thus combined something that is practical with the theme itself.
The newlywed's table was different from the rest of the decoration and here we used delicate champagne-colored roses, and greenery that we painted golden. This combination looked excellent, and the above-mentioned black tablecloth is partly due to this. On their table kale found themselves in a supporting role, because the damage was too shortening them for lower arrangements, and the high arrangements along the entire table of the newlyweds did not make sense.
With roses, we decided to do an experiment. We used the technique of manually bending petals, to get a look that is currently popular on Pinterest. So from ordinary roses, we got a completely new look. I think with this technique we got an even more elegant and refined look.
At this wedding, we used literally two types of flowers + greenery. If you want a clean, luxurious look, this is always a good idea. Although multi-species weddings also look wonderful, we must admit that this option is not at all bad. In this case I think multiple types of flowers might harm the overall impression and that simplicity was a good decision.
We still have a lot of weddings on our bucket list and we hope to cross out some more in the next year.
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