I was browsing through old pictures on my computer and came across a project of my own that I never shared. WAY back in June, I was thrilled to partner with an innovative event planning service: White Label. White Label is a "one-stop shop for event planning and design." Basically, you choose a theme that you love and get flowers, stationery, cake (for weddings), an escort card display, AND guidance from 2 of San Francisco's top event planners. There are six themes total, and each one is totally unique and fabulous.
Each theme is totally beautiful, but if you're wanting something slightly different- they're all quite customizable. You can stay in line with the original design or use the design as a jumping off point for your favorite colors and concepts. In order to showcase how truly customizable these are, the White Label team approached me to design a table on behalf of Rue Magazine using "Falling For" as my starting point. Here's what I came up with:
Photography: Lisa Lefkowitz
I wanted something dark, moody, and glamorous. I used La Tavola's sequined tablecloth and ikat napkins, gold rimmed dishes and flatware, and of course- the CB2 pig as part of the centerpiece. And the pennant banner on the wall? Handmade by me for Tim's 30th birthday party! Recycling at its best.
It was such a fun experience, and I was so happy with the outcome. I'd love to recreate the table setting for a girls' night in [bachelorette parties, anyone??] or a holiday dinner party. While I'm biased and think that my version is by far the best... I'm curious- which theme do you love the most??