Spring With Alexander McQueen

Have you seen Alexander McQueen’s Spring-Summer 2012 designs? The entire collection is full of beautiful golds, ruffled peachy pinks, silvery blue hues, and some dramatic black designs.  From the lace up heels to the lace overlaid faces, the collection shows off the figure with extreme feminism and high fashion!  (Don’t you love the high-waist styles too?!?)

Our team appreciates Sarah Burton’s attention to every detail.  From her vision as Creative Direction for Alexander McQueen, we draw amazing inspiration to create stunning presentations, different for each and every event!

As we flip through the McQueen collection, we can’t help but think of one of our past weddings.  We’ve gathered a few photos that link to the complete album from this event.   We hope you enjoy the comparison of our designs and how we think they relate to the fashion designs in the McQueen photo above!

This design features a gold container with pale peach and cream roses.  Chinaberries and branches give it a special touch.

These sweet pomander balls speak to ruffles and whimsy!  You can hang these from aisle chairs, carry as an alternative to a bouquet, or even hang them in clusters as a chandelier!

This beautiful bridal bouquet has lush roses surrounded by berries and a light accent of feathers, crystals, and callas.

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The photos above were captured by Katherine Birkbeck Photography.  You can view more of her portfolio on the web.  http://www.kbirkbeckphotography.com

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