Inspired by the jewel tones and the natural landscape that winter has to offer, this elopement editorial captures aspects of both traditional and modern romance. Thoughtfully transforming the usual elopement, Demitre of Kaleidoscope Events filled the day with rich and moody jewel tones, lush florals, and solstice inspired details.
A sweetheart table, set by Demitre, combined new and modern tableware, and featured a collection of charming taper candles, which came together perfectly alongside Mount Williams Greenhouse’s delicate arrangement of blooms and seasonal greenery.
Once seated, the newlyweds were served a unique three-course meal prepared by The Barn at The Williams Inn. Sadie of Sadie Elizabeth Photography perfectly captured the natural beauty of winter in the Berkshires, the bright yet simple scene, and the love felt so deeply by the couple.
The day can be broken into a series of vignette: an engagement session outside and by a cozy fireplace, the ceremony performed by KE’s own JP Samantha Joder in the ballroom with a suspended floral backdrop, an elaborate meal, a peak outside at wedding guests tablescape, the celebration with sipping Berkshire Ciders Rose, and individual treats.
We were able to show the beauty of The Williams Inn, inside and out. The creative team aimed to fill the celebration with a sense of romance and brightness, filled with light and warmth that embodies true love.
If you want to recreate this amazing style at your event, here are some tips:
- Ceremony Safety: Be safe and courteous of those attending, we included neutral masks that guests could wear that are reusable instead of included wedding name and date.
- Elopement Decor: Simple tall candle vases with white pillars
- Ceremony Arch: Easily created by using a copper arch as the support and then draping long garlands of greenery to the top. Take 6 to 8 pieces of fishing line and cut the flowers with long enough stems to knot around the fishing line. The weight of the flowers holds the fishing line down to create the backdrop.
- Sweetheart Table: We did a simple floral arrangement with a white cloth draping the front. We repurposed the tall pillar candles to be included. The bouquet and boutonniere are sustainable wood flowers, which can be used as the focal point and keepsakes!
- Tablescape: We used a long, emerald tablecloth with greenery, florals and fruits of the season to decorate in order to give it pops of jewel tones that compliment the natural wood elements.
Planner, Designer, + Justice of the Peace
Venue + Cater
Hair + Makeup
Ceremony + Tablescape