A Princess Wedding Overlooking the St. Louis Arch

Posted by Kimberly Wallner

Moneeque and James were brought to us by our dear friend Kristin of Kristin Ashley Events. Moneeque was looking for a soft, princess feel to their wedding at the Hyatt Regency at the Arch, which has amazing view of the Arch and riverfront, but not exactly a romantic princess feel. To soften the space, we decided to drape the ballroom in white, and wash the walls with soft pink uplighting. We also draped two walls of the outside terrace, which provided the perfect backdrop for their ceremony and dancing. 

To add to the romantic feel in the reception space, we added gold glass chargers and a tufted sweetheart settee to compliment the gorgeous linens, crystal candelabras and large, lush floral centerpieces by our sister company, Belli Fiori

It was so much fun to watch Kristin reveal the room to Moneeque and James... their reactions to the transformed space were exactly what we always hope for when a client sees their room for the first time! 

All photos by the amazing L Photographie

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Real Wedding: Gaia + Andrew

Posted by Kimberly Wallner

We had the pleasure of working with Tiffany and Amanda at Events Luxe on this Tuscan-inspired al fresco wedding at the World's Fair Pavilion in Forest Park over the summer. The guest count wasn't large since much of the bride's family still lives in Italy and couldn't make the trip, so we knew we hand plenty of room for a design that would have a large impact in the space, yet also lend an intimate feel to the reception. We achieved this by using a grid of pergolas to distinguish the dining area, adding fabric overhead to soften the look and chandeliers for an unexpected element. The resulting effect was an intimate, inviting dining area.

Since the entire pavilion was not needed for the guest count, we used draping to create a wall between the dance floor and extra space. Cafe lights were then hung between the draping and pergola to define the dance floor area and add to the Tuscan feel of the evening. Lounge seating connected the dance floor to our large circular bar, and created the perfect spot for those who didn't wish to dance to still be part of the action. 

Wedding Planner: Events Luxe | Floral Design: Belli Fiori | Photographer: Andrea De cave

 

Elevate Your Event: Lighting

Posted by Kimberly Wallner

One of the easiest ways to change the mood of an event is with lighting. You can wash a room in color, pin-spot a centerpiece, include an unexpected lighting element... the possibilities are endless!

One of the easiest ways to change the color and feel of a room is with uplights, and with modern LED lighting this is easier than ever. But it is important to make sure the lighting color complements and enhances the space; if your wedding decor and flowers are in blush tones you don't want the walls of your venue washed in hot pink! Make sure your lighting vendor understands your color pallet and ask to see a sample of the lighting color when possible. 

For this wedding at the Coronado Ballroom the bride chose a very clean color pallet with lots of white and gold. Belli Fiori brought in pops of bright pink and coral though the flowers, so we chose to use pink uplighting to accent the room and tie everything together. 

Photo by Mike Cassimatis of MNC Photography

Photo by Mike Cassimatis of MNC Photography

For this princess themed wedding at the Hyatt Regency we draped the entire room and washed the walls in a pale pink, then used pin-spotting to highlight the tall centerpieces by Belli Fiori

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Another trend we love is the use of unexpected lighting elements. For Sarah and Don's recent wedding at the Caramel Room, we hung Edison bulbs over the dance floor for a vintage-industrial look. This was quite the project, but we love the results!

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Photo by Ashley Rath

Using chandeliers for outdoor weddings is a more common trend, but still lends a beautiful and "unexpected" element. For Gaia and Andrew we hung them from our pergolas at the World's Fair Pavilion in Forest Park. 

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And finally, we always love using the ever-classic cafe bulbs for an outdoor reception, as we did for Emily and Bill. Whether used over a dining area, dance floor or an entire reception these are the perfect way to anchor outdoor spaces. 

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Intimate Wedding Moments with a Very Special Couple | Jessica + Andy

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

Since our firm opening (quickly approaching one year ago!!) we've had a steady development cycle which began almost instantaneously from the moments we launched and let our industry counterparts know what we were up to. Aside from floral design, the opportunity for event design and decor seemed the best match! Earlier this year we had the opportunity to meet with a lovely bride-to-be, Jessica, along with her mother, aunt and event planner extraordinaire, Alex-Ann from Simcha's Events. 

Jessica was very concise with what she was looking for and we had quite a great time pulling our concepts together with all of these lovely ladies! With the majority of wedding planning and design, it takes quality time and special consideration until the very moment the wedding happens. What a pleasure it was working with our industry counterparts as well as the bride, her family and the groom in bringing this very special day to life. 

We couldn't be more pleased with the perfect ceremony design that came to fruition after working closely with Jessica and Alix-Ann. There is nothing more gratifying and exciting to conceptually create something with a client and then bring it to life beyond their imagination.

And with our sharing of these special moments, we want to touch on the amazing post from Jessica + Andy's AMAZING photographers from L Photographie in their recent blog post. Take a peek at all the incredible beauty from their summer day captured by Liz + Meredith...

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And major kudos and appreciation for working with all the amazing people we work with time and time again! 

Photographer: L Photographie

Wedding Planner: Alix-Ann of Simcha's Events

Florist: Belli Fiori

Cake: Sugaree

 

About Town: St. Louis Event Space Roundup

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

We have had the pleasure of working in spectacular spaces within St. Louis, along with nothing less than hardworking, genuine and truly loving of events folks! In honor of The Coronado's new make-over with Butler's Pantry, we have decided to round up some of the venues we love working in and working with their teams that make it all look so easy! 

 

 

The Coronado Ballroom & Meeting Facility

Wedding ceremonies and receptions, galas, social events, private affairs, corporate gatherings and meetings. The truly charming and historic space is a classic gem in the heart of midtown St. Louis. Recently acquired as a part of Butler's Pantry's exclusive catering/venue collection. The restored space has been a top choice for charming moments of any affair - we also happen to adore Rob and the great team at The Coronado!

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Boo Cat Club

A new hot spot recently opened in the Central West End neighborhood with a variety of spaces capable of hosting your wedding, celebration, corporate cocktail party or concert! What an eclectic mix of parties! The spot, originally established at the turn of the century (1908) by and for the St. Louis Artists' Guild. Thoughtfully restored and opened for the public to access a piece of the rich history in this preserved neighborhood. It's musical and creative history play well in to it's lively and updated spacial offerings. Oh, and their website is pretty fun to explore!

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The Caramel Room at Bissingers

What's better than partying in a Chocolate Factory?! I'm sure they haven't heard that one before... but we adore the team at The Caramel Room even more than we love the space! Totally updated for all varieties of weddings and events with options for indoor and unique outdoor views of the river and downtown. The renovated factory space is far from what you would imagine; every bit of attention to detail was accounted for in designing the entire building. And to top it off, the food is impeccable - plus, you get the added treat of world class chocolate!

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Barnett on Washington

Screaming sheer elegance and beauty, like many of St. Louis' historic buildings and spaces in the midtown area. Looking for a classic space to host your next event, look no further! Perfect natural lighting through large windows and tailored rooms. 

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Moulin Events

Offering numerous spaces throughout the rustic building near Lafayette Square, on Chouteau. What feels like endless floors and turns around the space from one room in to another just shows their ability to satisfy any events needs, large and small in a total of SIX separate spaces! Not only do they offer an array of spaces, but their food is a sure top notch experience with the backing of exceptional restaurants in our city. 

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Event Space at Ferguson + Katzman

A hidden gem situated on Locust in midtown, a venue that is still gaining traction in the social and corporate event sphere. Totally bare and ready for creativity to step in the door ~ also a largely excessive kitchen for experiential days or evenings. 

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Inspiring Moments: China Through the Looking Glass at The Met Museum

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

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Few things beat being home in NYC in the summertime; the urban metropolis calms as the temperatures fluctuate from bearable to an elevated blazing balminess! An opportunity to step outside for a stroll or subway ride to The Metropolitan Museum of Art is well worth it especially with their latest exhibit, China: Through the Looking Glass. This exhibit amasses not only in the Anna Wintour Costume Center, it spreads out within the museum in to the Chinese and Egyptian galleries. 

This is one of the larger exhibits the museum has put on and it is doing such in a way that pays homage to the "influence of Chinese culture on Western fashion". Approaching the main area of the exhibit in the lower levers as the Costume Center, you are greeted by red walls, representing a mainstream perception of the traditional color of China, embracing visitors for an inkling of what's to come.

Perfectly curated in mirrored displays, traditional Chinese shawls are hung with an article of clothing that draws inspiration from Western designers. The likes of Tom Ford, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Fendi, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and so many brilliant designers graced the exhibit with magical pieces plucked from their years of collections. The mastery of thought, detailing, design and execution brings a certain enlightenment of style to the minds of those who may have been skeptical or even greater appreciation for lovers of fashion, art, style, design and beyond. 

The places and moments where art and inspiration can be curated and placed in such a resonating existence can perhaps help designers of all trades fuel their psyche. I can't help but share some of the incredible moments from my visit to one of my favorite museums...

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Bright Colors + STL City!

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

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Parrot Tulips by Belli Fiori, PC: Switzerfilm

Sometimes it's all about being in the right place, at the right time. And that was partially the case with our latest styled shoot. Back in March of this year, Lisa and I were at the new downtown event venue, The Caramel Room at Bissingers, with many of our industry counterparts at the two-day Wedding Market Expo.

During lunch, the lovely Amanda (Director of Marketing + Events) joined us and we started chatting about an upcoming photoshoot that The Caramel Room was planning! We went home that night and appeared for day two of the conference and with a full design proposal to share with Amanda and team. After working through all the details, we all came up with an exciting collaborative design!

So there we had it... the photoshoot would be on April fools day- hew perfect! Watching the weather everyday starting a week prior, we were concerned about rain as we would be creating an "intimate affair" set up out on their terrace. We went back and forth to the potential of the shoot being on Wednesday or Thursday that week. Finally, April fools day arrived and we loaded up all the floral and decor hard goods and headed to our workspace for the day! 

What a day for a set up on the forth floor roof of a building right on the Mississippi River! We were fortunate enough to not have rain this early spring afternoon, but we did however tailor best practices in how to approach wind movements :) With all set and done, Katie + Kristin from Switzerfilm captured many incredible and special details (and moments) from our shoot. 

Take a look through design conception to completion on our special day with The Caramel Room, Belli Fiori, BBJ, Cheree Berry Paper, and Switzerfilm! -LKS

Incomplete sketch to get us in the visual mindset

Incomplete sketch to get us in the visual mindset

BBJ Linen - Blumen Shantung

BBJ Linen - Blumen Shantung

Silk Habotai in Blood Orange, Fuchsia and Tangerine

Silk Habotai in Blood Orange, Fuchsia and Tangerine

Scaled mapping colored panel locations + plants

Scaled mapping colored panel locations + plants

First panel up!

First panel up!

We had quite the day of set up; rigging and draping all the panels on the perimeter of the terrace and extending out to create an artistically intimate setting without obstructing the view of the Bissinger's company sign and the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge. Not only was this a special day for an exciting new creative endeavor on the terrace, but it was also a night to celebrate Dani + Paul's wedding bliss! We love the personalized Bissinger's CHOCOLATE (wow!!) menus designed by Cheree Berry Paper. And a BIG Congratulations to the newlyweds! 

But before we get into all the gorgeous photos, take a peak inside our (successful) attempt at placing tall forsythia branch arrangements on the center table all while standing up against 30+mph winds on the evening of our shoot. GIRL POWER!  

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Bissinger's Chocolate Menus designed by Cheree Berry Paper, PC: Switzerfilm

Bissinger's Chocolate Menus designed by Cheree Berry Paper, PC: Switzerfilm

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Instagram Daze • Saint Louis Style

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

With this Spring's launch of St. Louis Bride Magazine #instaglam Instagram campaign, we at Table 10 were encouraged to explore a bit deeper into the digital domain of the photo sharing tool and see what our industry counterparts have been up to! We are excited to be in a city with an industry that is so connected and continues to share the goal to thrive and grow into something more, at all times. 

Take a peak inside some of the St. Louis wedding & events world through these Instagram moments...

 

@SimchasEvents

@SimchasEvents

@BelliFioriSTL

@BelliFioriSTL

@FestiveSTL

@FestiveSTL

@CesandJudys

@CesandJudys

@CosmopolitanEvents

@CosmopolitanEvents

@TheCakerySTL

@TheCakerySTL

@PartiesandProps

@PartiesandProps

@SwitzerFilm

@SwitzerFilm

@EventsLuxeSTL

@EventsLuxeSTL

@SarahsCakeShop

@SarahsCakeShop

@FishEyeFun

@FishEyeFun

@MillenniumProductionsSTL

@MillenniumProductionsSTL

@HSRPhoto

@HSRPhoto

@KatieSaegerEvents

@KatieSaegerEvents

@KateandCompany

@KateandCompany

@Lphotographie

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@FlorabyNora

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@LacyBranchEvents

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@TheCaramelRoom

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@PoppiesDesigns

@PoppiesDesigns

@KristinAshleyEvents

@KristinAshleyEvents

@BooCatClub

@BooCatClub

@MHaleyDesign

@MHaleyDesign

@ArtistryFlorist

@ArtistryFlorist

@AlredWeddings

@AlredWeddings

@EEventsinc

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@FSStLouis

@FSStLouis

@AshleyRath

@AshleyRath

@FinchVintage

@FinchVintage

@MikeCassimatis

@MikeCassimatis


Pretty Corals + Pinks for Spring

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

The ever so lovely Felise + Doug recently exchanged vows at The Coronado Ballroom and we had the pleasure of working with our partner in crime, Belli Fiori Floral Design, to create the perfect day for these two! From designing the perfect chuppah for their ceremony all the way in to uplighting the gorgeous space at The Coronado, we had the pleasure of collaborating with their exceptional staff. What a pleasure it was working with a lot of our favorite folks and a very special bride + groom!

We posted the full day experience on Belli Fiori's blog, but wanted to showcase some of the great moments captured by the ever so brilliant Mike Cassimatis of MNC Photography

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Vendor Love...

Photographer: MNC Photography

Florist: Belli Fiori

Decor / Lighting: Table 10 Event Design

Venue: The Coronado

Band: The Charles Glenn Group

Cake: Sugaree 

St. Louis Events Market Welcomes Table 10 Event Design with New York City Creative Director

Laura Katherine Smith, Creative Director

Laura Katherine Smith, Creative Director

SAINT LOUIS – April 28, 2015 – Table 10 Event Design, a recently launched premiere event design and décor firm announced today it has brought on its new Creative Director, Laura Katherine Smith, an event designer who joins the organization from New York City and Palm Beach’s renowned floral and event design firm Renny & Reed. 

 “Laura’s background perfectly captures the relevant creativity and design perspective we are bringing to the Midwest,” says Lisa Molitor, owner/designer of Table 10 and Belli Fiori. “Her innate sense of style, color selections and overall attention to detail have and will provide our industry with new concepts and creations,” Lisa added.

 Ms. Smith brings extensive knowledge as an event designer having worked in various markets throughout the United States. Specializing in weddings, social, and corporate events focusing on unique design experiences for every client. With her creative and entrepreneurial spirit, Ms. Smith will be involved in all aspects of design and creative strategy for Table 10 and Belli Fiori. “Walking into a new environment is part of my job, whether it be a new venue or space, and in this case, an entirely new geographical location. Each place is a blank palette waiting to be transformed into something fresh and riveting. It becomes a challenge on how can I enhance like never before, which is an intriguing part of not only what I do professionally, but also rooted in who I am personally,” Laura said.

 “Laura brings an incredibly compelling approach to St. Louis with her design experience all over the country. She has an innate attention to details that drives innovative designs in any setting she can dream up,” says Molitor. “I can speak for both of us when I say that we are thrilled to bring exciting new opportunities to St. Louis that will elevate events going forward as well as support all of our vendor relationships and client growth.” 

 Table 10 Event Design launched in January of this year, with the support of Belli Fiori’s owner/designer Ms. Molitor. The company will provide a collaborative effort on considerable décor visions for any scale event in the St. Louis market. Ranging from specialty rental items, lighting and décor, to customized event pieces. 

There aren't enough words to say about the fabulous experience we had with Table 10 Event Design,” says Nancy Moreton, a client of both Table 10 and Belli Fiori. “We were fortunate that our reception was the Table Ten debut of these ultra-glam items. They added a touch of old-world glamour and modern-day flair to the Peabody Opera House and were definitely talked about all evening. The beauty and elegance of the reception venue was something we will never forget and we owe it to the talent and expertise of the staff at Table 10.”

 

ABOUT TABLE 10 EVENT DESIGN

 Specializing in full service décor; bars, lounges, draping, lighting, and customization, Table 10 Event Design can accommodate needs for weddings, galas, private events, social and corporate extravaganzas, and intimate affairs. Table 10 is a partner company to Belli Fiori, a floral design firm where they share a studio located on Floral Row in midtown St. Louis. Learn more at tableteneventdesign.com or follow @Table10Events

Contact info@tableteneventdesign.com or call 314.776.2200

 

ABOUT BELLI FIORI FLORAL DESIGN STUDIO

Full service floral design studio offering complete florals from small to large scaled events. Including weddings, dinner parties, galas, social soirees and corporate events. Instilled with a firm belief that love is in the details, every event is filled with unsurpassed creativity and soul. Belli Fiori was founded in February 2008 by Lisa Molitor. The studio is located on Floral Row in midtown St. Louis and consultations by appointment only. Learn more at bellifioristl.com or follow @bellifioristl

Contact 314.776.2200

 

Inspiring Moments: T10 Launch Decor Style

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

Inspiration comes in all shapes and sizes, in fact, it is in front of us at any given moment we just have to look closely otherwise we may miss a beat. At times we know where to look, especially when we have curated a style in which we want our designs to emanate.

When we were brainstorming ideas as for how Table 10 Event Design would launch in to the events-sphere we knew immediately we wanted to stand out. To make a difference not only with the quality of service and work we provide, but to also stay ahead, be aware of what's happening in the creative world as a whole. Our styling ignited after looking through various SS-FW15 lines that we personally admire for their craftsmanship, attention to detail, exquisite use of colors and cuts. The ones that set a standard in fashion branding at large.  

We knew immediately that Monique Lhuillier Pre Fall 15 would be a successful place to start with our concept; she not only nails it on the bridal front, but also on her Ready-To-Wear lines. ML is classic and uncompromising yet intrinsically aware of what we want to wear and how we want to look and feel while doing so. -LKS

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Window Swooning Up & Down 5th

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

When the holidays arrive, so do undeniably fabulous window displays! And what better place to explore than New York City for those detailed and extravagant creations. Every December I am blown away by my home city and always make a point to venture down Fifth Avenue (and Madison for Barney's) to see what the worlds luxury fashion designers, department stores and hotels have conjured up for the season! I am consistently blown away by each company's creative departments/contractors that put endless amount of hard work and time into making it all come to life. 

While I wasn't able to make it to every window this year, I did hit a handful of iconic spots and was able to snap a few iPhone pics during my evening stroll on Christmas night. What better way to experience holiday cheer! -LKS

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Museum Musings • The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Posted by Laura Katherine Smith

Met Museum Grand Hall White Quince Urn Centerpiece

Met Museum Grand Hall White Quince Urn Centerpiece

Ceiling Above Grand Staircase in Met Museum

Ceiling Above Grand Staircase in Met Museum

Winter has only just begun and I am beginning to wish for warm weather, sunshine and bright colored blooms. Nonetheless, inspiration is always around no matter the season and one must constantly keep an open watchful eye to absorb it. And after being cooped up inside on a trip to NYC due to the frigid holiday weather, I decided to trek (only ten blocks) south to one of my favorite city museums, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and explore some current exhibits to get the creative juices warmed up in this chill!

Some of the exhibits I was excited to explore and see were; Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection with not only 80 plus impeccable pieces of artwork from the early 20th century movement (including Picasso, Gris, Braque and Léger) but tasteful wall paint colors by Farrow & Ball (what an enhancing experience); Carleton Watkins: Yosemite, because honestly what is more inspirational that nature, particularly images of nature from the mid 19th century throughout Yosemite (natures true beauty of untouched and preserved land) that is forever cherished- it makes me eager to travel there and explore; Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection which has been on exhibit at the museum for time in which I finally saw the exquisite pieces, specifically the three of the fifty Imperial Easter Eggs created for the Romanov family by Fabergé beginning in 1885 (decadent and impeccably desirable). 

Exploring new exhibits at museums is rather enchanting, especially if they are only there short term, but not to forget about the collections that are housed permanently as it is all quite special. My favorite part of The Met is the Impressionism gallery (european art of the 19th century that stepped away from traditional painting) that houses the greats; Monet, Pissaro, Renoir, Cézanne, Degas, Manet, and more. Not only have I always been awed by the transition away from the norm (at the time) as well as the change in technique, but what is so profoundly defying about the imagery, colors and use of natural light.

Needless to say, I constantly find my love for impressionist art as a drive for inspiration in lighter, ethereal events, especially with the use of airy draping, soft lighting and precious blooms. Below are a few iPhone shots from my visit throughout The Met. I hope you can draw inspiration, if not, a pleasant tour through my eyes of one of my favorite museums. -LKS

Vincent van Gogh, Roses, 1890

Vincent van Gogh, Roses, 1890

Thomas Struth, Paradise 13, Yakushima, Japan, 1999

Thomas Struth, Paradise 13, Yakushima, Japan, 1999

Pierre Bonnard, Garden, ca. 1935

Pierre Bonnard, Garden, ca. 1935

Juan Gris, Head of a Woman, 1912

Juan Gris, Head of a Woman, 1912

Claude Monet, Chrysanthemums, 1882

Claude Monet, Chrysanthemums, 1882

Thomas Struth, (images of NYC)

Thomas Struth, (images of NYC)

Claude Monet, Landscape: The Parc Monceau, 1876

Claude Monet, Landscape: The Parc Monceau, 1876

French Porcelain from the 18th Century

French Porcelain from the 18th Century