Jen Huang recently teamed up with Daniel Tran of Oliveta Design and Max Gill for one of her One-On-One Workshops, held at Casa Madrona in Sausalito. The details are romantic, the flowers perfection, and the furry little “groomsmen” are darling!
Jen created this sweet and simple detail by painting “to have and to hold” in gold on a basic wood hanger.
Pale green taper candles are an unexpected touch, and a lovely contrast to the dark wood table.
From Oliveta Design: “We had the opportunity to style Jen Huang‘s One-on-One Workshop at the Hillside Mansion of Casa Madrona, Sausalito. The concept for this workshop was to reflect an airy, light and fresh spring day. The tablescape strived to contrast the simple yet elegant with a touch of vintage details. We chose a laser-cut beaded and flower motif gown by Sarah Janks.
“We also had the privilege to work side-by-side with Max Gill Floral Design. Max created lush centerpieces and his choice of flowers were beautifully on point. The gorgeous cakes were created by Sugarpie Baking Company.”
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Casa Madrona Photo Shoot from Jen Huang29 April 2014
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