Our styling team, House of Doltone, had an absolute ball styling the 2017 Doltone House Wedding Showcase. Transforming our popular Sydney harbour venues at Jones Bay Wharf and Darling Island into a wedding wonderland, they showcased some of the latest trends in luxury wedding ideas. At Jones Bay Wharf, they followed a romantic theme based on a colour palette of gold, pink and peach, while at Darling Island there was a modern theme based on the popular green and white wedding trend. The showcase provided brides and grooms with the ultimate evening of inspiration! Here are 7 of our favourite wedding styling ideas to come from the night:
There’s a bright new trend popping up in weddings across the globe, and our stylists were so pleased to showcase it front and centre at our 2017 Wedding Showcase following the theme of ‘Eternity’. Neon letters and sayings make a statement for wedding ceremonies and receptions alike.
Edison bulbs are all the rage at weddings these days. We love seeing them clustered over table settings at wedding receptions, or suspended over the dance floor. Make sure to hang them at different heights to create a fairy tale atmosphere.
Edison bulbs are all the rage at weddings these days. We love seeing them clustered over table settings at wedding receptions, or suspended over the dance floor. Make sure to hang them at different heights to create a fairytale atmosphere.
For an opulent look that oozes elegance, steer away from what’s traditional and choose a more exotic and creative colour theme for your wedding day. Style your wedding with all things golden and glam, including gold charger plates, sequinned tablecloths and glitzy chandeliers. Soften the look with pink and peach florals for ultimate sophistication.
Low clusters of blooms on your reception tables create an intimate atmosphere while tall arrangements add grandeur. Strike a balance between the two and divide your tables between high and low centrepieces. The trick is to find low vessels that compliment your candelabras to keep the look consistent. Play with different arrangements following a common colour theme for ultimate impact.
On the opposite end of the spectrum to gold, pink and peach, a modern white and green colour theme is another popular wedding trend at the moment. Announced as the Pantone colour of the year, Greenery makes a great statement for couples with a modern aesthetic, and is very cost effective!
Far from the traditional white wedding, black napery is becoming a popular colour choice for wedding stylists looking to create an opulent setting. Add low lighting, deep coloured florals and soft candlelight for a sophisticated finish. This look was created with Versace Home table decor.
The ultimate statement for luxury weddings, cascading flowers create draw dropping impact as table centrepieces. With greenery being one of the biggest current wedding trends, we loved merging the two trends for a modern luxe wedding look!
White balloons make a beautiful backdrop for wedding ceremonies and bridal tables. Once synonymous with kid’s parties, balloons are making their way into weddings at every opportunity. We love seeing them on ceilings, lining aisles and of course as backdrops. The key is to use soft colours for a sophisticated look reminiscent of clouds.
A few years ago, circular reception tables were the preferred setup style for weddings. Recently, though, we’ve noticed more and more clients requesting banquet tables at receptions! Aesthetically, banquet tables are attractive to the eye because they create balance. They also inspire a more intimate feel for wedding receptions.
Video from last year Wedding Showcase
Doltone House is a bespoke styling and theming service offered exclusively to Doltone House clients. We have a talented team of stylists who cover everything from floral design, lighting, props and all the finer details. We are pleased to offer our clients exclusive access to our growing collection of hire furnture and props, awhile also utilising our network of industry contact to ensure you get the best possible price.