The uncomplicated and sleek Bauhaus-inspired interiors of the Doerr Hosier served as a perfect canvas for the understated, classic style of a late winter wedding. With a soaring ceiling, the McNulty Room graciously accepts floral arrangments with dramatic heights. A combination of both low, clustered collections and tall, focal centerpieces was implemented to give the space a dynamic feel without looking overly done.
Sterling silver mint julep cups holding romantic arrangements of delicate blushing nudes, warm creams, and early spring greens lent a soft touch of color to the room. Silver candlestick holders with ivory taper candles punctuated the low displays with subtle height variation.
Tall glass palace vases displayed lush, focal arrangements giving the decor much need height and drama. Sprigs of fresh cedar were submerged in cylinders with floating candles, bringing in an element of winter.
The smooth curves of the vases served as a bridging element between the soft, romantic form of the flowers and the definitively modern aesthetic of the venue, exemplifying how two very different styles can work together seamlessy.
Corresponding arrangements were placed on the food stations to bring the carry the decor theme throughout.