From some of our favorite pastel wedding florals we’ve ever created to a sweetheart table that still has us swooning, Tanja and Brandon’s M Resort wedding was one for the books.
The couple wanted something that felt soft, sweet and a little bit whimsical for their August affair—and we were so thrilled they chose Weddings By Dzign to help bring that aesthetic to life. They chose to marry at Las Vegas’ M Resort, which made for such a stunning setting for their nuptials. For the ceremony, we provided gold chiavari chairs, which were adorned with aqua tulle accents. To add some height to the ceremony space, Floral By Dzign crafted massive cherry blossom altar arrangements, and we lined the aisle in loose blush-colored petals to help define the space.
Tanja’s bridal bouquet was one of our all-time favorites, as it was chock-full of pastel wedding florals—including hydrangea, lavender stock, peach garden roses, ivory roses, astilbe and dusty miller to accent. Overall, the soft color combo made for an absolutely stunning arrangement that felt so light, airy and romantic. It paired perfectly with Tanja’s princess tiara—and, overall, her look was a little fairytale and a little whimsical.
We adorned the groomsmen in boutonnieres that consisted of soft blush roses with a pop of dusty miller, which tied beautifully into the bridal bouquet and managed to feel whimsical while still remaining a tad masculine.
For the reception, we created a simple, sweet Instagram chalkboard sign that boasted the couple’s custom hashtag. We adorned the custom chalkboard sign with a crown of pastel wedding florals that really added some romance upon entry to the event.
For guests’ tables, Linen By Dzign provided white soho overlays, which looked divine underneath gold chargers adorned with mint-hued napkins. We went with centerpieces of blush and peach roses in our veronica vases, and used gold mercury votives to accent the table and add some soft mood lighting throughout. Lower centerpieces used similar pastel wedding florals but were housed in gold mercury vases, to help bring some balance and depth to the tables.
Perhaps our favorite part of the entire reception was the romantic sweetheart table, which was framed in cherry blossom arrangements on either side. The table itself was dressed in our ivory petal linen and lined in a eucalyptus swag—which really brought an earthy touch to the affair.
Overall, Tanja and Brandon’s stunning M Resort wedding was one for the books—we’re still swooning over their light-and-airy pastel color palette, and we think every sweetheart table should be as sweet as theirs!