Special to OneWed from FiftyFlowers.com
Thanks to the designers at Stoneblossom Floral & Event Design we are sharing gorgeous wedding inspiration reminiscent of the classic days of Hollywood. With tables named after movie stars and a dimly lit room flowing with orchids this romantic theme will inspire the star-struck bride-to-be. Check out 5 ideas using orchid blooms and get inspired to “glam” up any and every element of your wedding!
Idea #1 – Sit with the Stars
How to invite guests into your world of old-Hollywood? Set the mood with tables named after the best known actors from the good old days of glamour. Guests search for their name on Hollywood Star place cards (designed by Momental Designs) adorned with an orchid bloom.
Idea #2 – Bridal Party Table
A clear table in the center of the room hosts the Bridal Party underneath orchid-adorned chandeliers. Clear chairs give this table the illusion of floating amidst the surrounding wedding guests. Eyes focus on the well-lit white orchid displays in opposing corners which provide the guests of honor with a feeling of privacy.
Idea #3 – Romantic Place Setting
The bride and groom are obviously not able to sit and enjoy dinner with every guest. Create an intimate moment with each of your invited guests by placing a special message from you and apurple orchid bloom at each place setting. This simple touch is sure to honor and acknowledge every guest for being a part of your day.
Idea #4 – Reflective Tabletop Accents
Pillar glass candle holders float loose orchids above the guests sightline and allow for comfortable conversation. Reflective tabletops adorned with delicate mesh balls provide a warm invitation to sit down to dinner. Every guest feels like a movie star!
Idea #5 – Glama Rama Accents
The possibilities are endless with this romantic Hollywood theme of Glama! Romantic lighting accentuates the delicate glow of purple orchids that flow freely throughout the room. These delicate flowers are everywhere you look and it’s easy to attach loose orchid blooms to just about any décor element you dream up... Hooray for Hollywood!