{say I do: bold love}

Oh wow, oh wow do I ever love everything about this beautiful wedding that was featured on 100 Layer Cake yesterday. Where do I start? I think it’s the bold colours of the flowers that really drew me in then all the other details just got me drooling. Love the mix n’ match chairs and all the vintage furniture. I think my favourite is the seating area with the couches. I see many good laughs over cocktails happening over there.  It all fits perfectly with the beautiful loft space at the Wythe Hotel in NYC as the backdrop. 

Oh and how great is the bride’s flower belt for the reception?!


Man, I bet that was one good party. See all the drool-worthy details here


{say i do: perfection}

wow. This is the closest thing to wedding planning perfection that I’ve seen. I can’t even imagine what it would’ve been like to be a guest. My expectation would be that a wedding put on by someone who runs an amazing wedding website & blog (100 Layer Cake) would be pretty darn good. But this is just amazing. The attention to detail is beyond incredible. 

What got my attention first was the invitation. Amanda, a talented graphic designer, designed it all herself. I fell in love with the stripes & bold colour scheme with the hand script font and gold accents. The whole package is elegant but playful at the same time. Not easy. It’s also not easy to get everything to look so cohesive without it all being so matchy matchy, common in wedding invites. How great are the stamps? Makes every invite feel like it’s one-of-a-kind and meant especially for you. 

Another benefit of not having everything look exactly the same is that you have so much more flexibility and variety to place with when it comes to other wedding elements. The same colour and pattern palette is seen throughout the wedding. Details, details, details. 

Check out the amazing totes filled with California goodies for everyone to take home. Now that’s the best wedding favour I’ve seen.

The gold and black appeared in the table top, garnish and food details. The drinks and food are almost too pretty to eat and drink. Almost. 

I found the table settings to be just lovely.  A perfect balance of modern, cool & pretty. 

And last but definitely not least a shot of the good lookin’ bride and groom, Amanda & Tim, and their black and white decked out crew. 

Believe it or not, this is just a small taste of the eye candy. Find all the details including reception dance floor and photo booth fun and their lovely wedding video on the 100 Layer Cake blog, Part 1 and Part 2.