We’re popping champagne for this cheery cocktail hour inspiration designed and styled by Julep Events! Filled with feminine, floral details, there is fun to be had in this al fresco affair around the property at Bingham House. Captured in bright, airy detail by Marissa Merritt Photography, we are crushing over every detail in this sugary-sweet soiree complete with luxe pink velvet linens from Lawson Event Rentals among the cutest hot pink lounge setting, gold candlesticks and opulent crystal. Kick off the party with the cutest bubbly bar! You can’t go wrong with a classic pink and white palette – or a glass of sparkling rosé! Lush Couture Floral brings this punchy pink palette out in petals of all shapes and sizes adorned with trailing greenery for a romantic, overgrown look. Our beautiful blushing bride model is clad in a sleek, strapless fit and flare gown from Patsy’s, A Bridal Boutique that looks killer with or without the cape, as well as some perfectly pink accessories to complement the look. She looks absolutely radiant among these wedding scenes styled with a timeless yet fun curled low pony and neutral glam with full, luxe lashes, all by Brite Beauty. Lilac signage with bright, white bespoke script as well as custom calligraphy on the prettiest pink paperie from Bethany’s Letter Shop is the easiest way to allow personality to shine through in your event, though this one is in no short supply! And if you thought this soiree couldn’t get any sweeter, Lili’s Bespoke Sweets created this dreamy glass-like two-tiered cake with exquisite abstract details. With the whole day captured on film by the videographers at Ocular Pop, you can relive every detail of this cocktail hour inspiration and pop champagne to planning your own affair! Read on from a note from Julep Events about the design and styling of this playful and chic editorial. Cheers!
Photo // Marissa Merritt Photography
Video // Ocular Pop
From the planner, Ginny Greene Boland of Julep Events: “I wanted to do something fun and colorful for this design but with the more relaxed vibe of a micro-wedding. It’s been a really difficult year for our industry as a whole and the amazing couples we get to serve, and I wanted to put together a design that felt like a celebration – champagne, bright colors and a whole lot of fun – because that’s what we all need right now!”