Just this morning I felt a slight chill in the air — such a treat following weeks of stifling heat. And the perfect inspiration for a post on what’s trending in centerpieces.
As much as we love flowers of all shapes and sizes, we are seeing such creativity in the use of unexpected elements such as fruits, veggies and legumes. Such a perfect fit for the Fall season.
Our Louise Georges Yves styling team has used a variety of seasonal items such as fruit and berries to brighten up our settings in unexpected ways. Check out a few of our LGY designed faves from some recent Vibiana weddings — tangelo filled lamps, a kale infused wreath and a kumquat draped escort card display.
And with Fall’s offerings, there is so much to choose from!
With apples turning their full hue, who can resist?
Pumpkins, squash, and gourds provide eclectic shapes and a neutral palette to complement a variety of decor styles.
Or how about figs, blood oranges or persimmons for their gorgeous pigments and unexpected shapes?
Can’t get enough of Fall’s beautiful and bountiful? Visit http://www.farmersmarket.com to find local markets near you or check out some of our favorite Southern California markets to find your own fall harvest inspiration.
Pacific Palisades Farmers Market :: by the beach, rain or shine, Sun. 8-12.
-1037 Swarthmore Avenue, Pacific Palisades, 90272
Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles :: an oldie but goody, open daily.
-6333 W. 3rd St. Los Angeles
Larchmont Village Farmers Market :: added bonus of cute boutiques, Sun. 10-2.
-209 N. Larchmont Blvd. Los Angeles
Santa Monica Farmers Market :: check out the food tent, Wed. & Sat. 8:30-1:00.
-On Arizona between second and third
Emily Louise & The LGY Team
Los Angeles Event Designer, Event Planner & Event Stylist
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