The venue is one of the most important elements of a wedding, and with the art of decor, the venue comes to life. One venue that offers a breathtaking ocean view and outstanding service is the Tower Club located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale.
Floral designer, Rick Interian of Avant-Gardens, styled two different decor looks for the Tower Club. Through these two design concepts, a bride will see how styling and decor can transform a room into her magical wedding event.
In the first design, Rick was inspired by the use of mixed metals. When he and his design team meet with clients, they often find that they fear mixing golds, bronze, and silver together. However, what makes a design so unique is the overall look of unexpected elements that work so well together. In creating this table design, the elements used were a couture crepe back satin steel table linen, galaxy gold napkins, a plaid sequin platinum runner, glass santini gold charger plates, and twisted wire gold napkin rings. The flowers in the design are white hydrangeas, yellow roses, white tulips, white cymbidium orchids, and white dendrobium orchids.
Loose, lush, and romantic are the three words that describe the second setting best. The flowers, amnesia roses, lavender roses, mini succulents, air plants, purple ranunculus, mixed greens, and cascading red amaranthus added the extra ‘Pop of Color’ to the design concept. Rick incorporated a natural element into this glamorous plate by adding a mini succulent accent to the napkin ring. The linen chosen was a purple hued fortuny crush with a purple glittered charger plate. The look of the lanterns with silver pillar candle holders and texturized votive holders allowed the florals and chair covers to be the main focus of the design.
These stunning table settings are just two examples of how the Tower Club is the perfect backdrop for various design concepts. The Tower Club is an open canvas for you to create your stunning wedding through the art of design and decor. Be sure to take a moment to enjoy the breathtaking view.
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Written by Olivia Bricen
Contributing Writer Rick Interian of Avant-Gardens
Linens and Rentals by Contempo Linen & Event Rentals
Menu Cards by Invitations by Leston
Photography by Junior Gamez Photography