Holiday Shindig at Running Deer Golf Club
'Tis the season for the gathering of family, friends and loved ones...preferably around a fabulously set table with a healthy amount of bubbly. We teamed up with Running Deer Golf Club to present our vision of the perfect festive party to inspire those getting ready for their holiday events and looking for a venue to host them at!
Grove Photography gave us these amazing images to show the art of holiday event styling that will set the stage for an evening of laughing, catching up and all the under-the-mistletoe action that we could hope for this winter.
This beautiful invitation suite from House of Catherine was a mix of delicate detailing and unexpected texture with gold foil accents, torn paper edges and a bold red wax seal.
This cozy side room by Running Deer's entrance has smooth wood floors and floor to ceiling windows that give an airy and bright feel to make any party guest feel welcomed and comfortable.
Um yes, yes and YES! This adorable hot chocolate bar was not only beautiful (hello, wood slices, gold candles and miniature Christmas tree) but also stocked full of delicious add-ons for toasty mugs of hot chocolate. Our pipe and drape backdrop helped make all the details looked nicely staged instead of being overwhelmed by each other.
Floral design, like any art, is always evolving. It's exciting for us to take new approaches that are interesting and unique while still remaining cohesive to the theme of an event and visually beautiful. We're so happy with how these hoops of different varieties of evergreen turned out, representing our goals of thinking just outside the box for every event we work on.
With the funky touches of our evergreen hoops, we decided to step up the elegance for our table settings. Smooth mint green linens from Let's Do Linens had a monochromatic feel when paired with our matching taper candles. Brass candleholders and bud vases with gold chargers gave the shine the holiday theme required.
This gold compote arrangement was made with orchids, glazed fruits, evergreens, pine cones, hydrangeas and red and white roses.
We like to think that napkin details, like these cinnamon sticks with evergreen and yarn, show the honor each individual guest brings to the table, and the thought that went into their inclusion.
Ta-da! Be sure to let us know if you need any help with decor this holiday season!