NYE Wedding // Vintage Metallics Inspiration

This post [and subsequent details!] are long overdue, as Charlie and Maria’s wedding happened this past New Years Eve. Alas, this is one of my favourite palette’s I’ve cooked up so far as it can go with so many different venues, be dressed up, or dressed down.

New Years Wedding Inspiration // Gold + Copper Metallics // by The Nouveau Romantics // Austin Wedding Planning and Event Design Studio

Maria came to me originally with some glam ideas, and we pared things down to get to the heart of their wedding—they wanted to have an elegant ballroom wedding that erred on the side of classic, but infuse it with enough details to ensure that their guests have a blast celebrating! The grouping of mixed metallics really helped set the tone, and their paper goods, florals, and little details really fell into place pretty effortlessly. Maria turned around and used this to send to her baker, the lighting crew, and even picked out noise makers and other details with this in mind. Which is exactly what they’re meant to do! These boards really provide that grounding item that you can refer to throughout the planning process to ensure that things stay cohesive.

Next up – the details! And some seriously glamorous bridal party shots.

row 1 {metallic stars from Martha Stewart Weddings, flowers by Saipua + photo by Tec Petaja via Once Wed,  macarons + pyramid truffles from Martha Stewart Weddings, bridal portrait by Tec Petaja via Once Wed} row 2 {bridal bouquet by Michaele Thunen + photo by Elizabeth Messina via Snippet and Ink} row 3 {I Love This Life from an unknown source, metallic dresses + cocktails + table setting from Martha Stewart Weddings} row 4 {reception photo of The Atlanta History Center via Cvent, cake photo from Martha Stewart Weddings, gold pinata by Confetti System} row 5 {confetti photo by Amelia Lyon via Bash, Please, invitation suite from Martha Stewart Weddings, clocks from Martha Stewart}