Martha Stewart Weddings - - SHADES OF GRAY -

1. The gold-and-gray pal­ette ex­tended to the Casa de Per­rin ta­ble set­tings, with two charg­ers at each place. Square menus suited the modern ta­bles, as did the tiny tiered cakes—mini ver­sions of the gilded wed­ding cake. 2. The fa­vors were in­spired by renowned Seattle restau­rant Can­lis, where din­ers leave with a choco­late bar; white pe­tits fours bore the new­ly­weds’ mono­gram in choco­late made to re­sem­ble wax seals. 3. The cou­ple shared a mo­ment on the dance floor. 4. Lucite lent an ethe­real qual­ity to the seat­ing chart—as well as the cer­e­mony chairs, chup­pah, and cus­tom cake stands. Op­po­site: Cen­ter­pieces al­ter­nated be­tween low, con­ver­sa­tion-friendly cin­der-block con­tain­ers of flow­ers and tall, arch­ing branches. “I wanted it to feel like walk­ing through a grove of trees,” Moore says.





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