I’m so excited to share with you today the GORGEOUS photos from Tzo Ai & Ken’s Wave Hill wedding that took place this past June. I designed the paper goods – ceremony programs, escort cards, place cards, menus, favor tags, and the various signs used throughout – and couldn’t be happier with the result.
I loved the grey and yellow color palette… especially against the bright green gardens and the rich browns and earthy colors of their historic venue. Everything looked so rich and elegant, while the pop of sunny yellow kept it modern and fresh.
And how amazingly talented is the photographer, Susan Stripling?! I adore each and every one of her photos. I’m sure having such a stylish and beautiful couple made her job a little easier, though.
I die cut each of the program pages into a fan shape and secured them with a silver grommet, and the bride added the yellow satin ribbon to finish them off.
The escort cards were displayed on a beautiful aged wooden table and surrounded by candles and pictures of the couple’s parents. Another table held favor boxes decorated with yellow ribbon and an adhesive favor tag (where I printed a little note of thanks from the bride and groom). And inside – cupcakes!
The couple named their tables after their favorite New York restaurants – such a fun and personal idea – so for the escort cards, we put the guests’ names on the outside and added a fun “you have a reservation at…” line inside. We also added a custom-designed silverware icon to go with the theme, which coordinated perfectly with the menu icons needed for the yellow-backed place cards.
The menus were bordered in silver-grey and backed with bright yellow cardstock. The yellow satin roses the bride added were the perfect finishing touch. Don’t you love all the lush, bright flowers, bowls of lemons, and tall ivory candles? Gorgeous.
You can see more of this gorgeous wedding and the beautiful Wave Hill location on perfect bound and on Susan’s beyond-gorgeous blog. Loving the bride’s chic style as much as I am? You’re in luck: Tzo Ai heads up her own event planning firm, Ang Weddings and Events, based in New York City.