22 Oct Still Shining from the Martha Stewart Bridal Party
Posted at 19:23h in Event Design and Decor, Wedding Design, Wedding Themes
The MDC Event Squad was honored to be part of the Martha Stewart Bridal Party this year! Keeping with the theme “Come Shine With Us” we provided the amazing ceiling décor that can be found all over Instagram using hashtag #MSWBridalParty.
To celebrate the 15th annual party hundreds of guest attended and closed out New York City’s autumn bridal market fashion week at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Everything from the food to attire sparkled and at the center our own touch of Martha-inspired shimmer. Darcy Miller, the editorial director of Martha Stewart Weddings, spotlighted our collaboration in Darcy’s Diary: 4 Things I’m Obsessed With This Week saying:
“Matthew really wowed our entire team! He used gold mylar pom-poms from Martha Stewart Crafts, which you can buy at Michael’s, to create the chandelier. He crafted the oversized paper “gems” in silver and gold, and then cut paper circles using paper from Paper Presentation. For the finishing touch, we incorporated lights from Ira Levy, so it twinkled.”
The positive feedback didn’t stop there. Our gilded roses were featured in The Wall Street Journal covered by Marshall Heyman. Oh Horrors! Halloween Films and Bridal Fashion highlights the fun yet intricate gold-dusted process of gilding and Marshall had this to say, “…learn how to make gold-dusted roses with Matthew David Celebrations—which was harder than it sounds.” We agree Marshall it was harder yet just as beautiful as it sounds!
Thank you to all the wonderful vendors who collaborated with us to bring the night to life – Peter Callahan, Levy Lighting, Christian Oth, Taylor Creative, Elan Artists, Illy Coffee, Creme Delicious, Milk Bar, Gumbo Bros., Warren Tricomi, Nova Fragrances, Cover Girl, Wedding Paper Divas, Smilebooth, Go Flip Yourself, Tito’s Vodka, SpeakWines, Charles Smith Wines, Rose Brand – it was a great success!
Visit Martha Stewart Weddings, BuzzFeed DIY, and The Martha Blog to see more.
Special thank you to photographer Travis Magee for capturing the night in a beautiful way.