|Art Deco tablescape with POSH Black Banded Dinner Plate and Black + White Soup Bowl.|
For those of you looking for a little New Year Eve inspiration, tap into the Art Deco theme that has taken us by storm. What better way to celebrate a glamorous new year than with the exuberance of a twenties them. As Fergie says, "A little party never hurts nobody." Our Fort Worth gal and awesome wedding planner Jen Rios took the architectural elements of the historic T & P Station and transformed a simple reception tablescape into an inspiring scene in this unforgettable shoot for 100 Layer Cake. Lauren Peele Photography caught each amazing shot just in time for you to bookmark this look for your festive holiday fete.
|The ceiling at T & P Station. So gorgeous.|
Could there have been a better venue than T & P Station for this shoot? The ceilings and architecture of this building is beyond gorgeous with amazing lighting. The gold and black hues were tapped and brought into tabletop with our Black + Gold China Collection.
|What's in a name? If it's the Gold Scroll Stemware, you know it's a name worthy of an impressive guest list.|
|Toast the evening with glamorous crystal champagne coups.|
What's an Art Deco theme with fabulous fizzy and bubbly drinks? Our crystal champagne coups taken center stage for a noteworthy toast. Be sure to see the entire shoot here and catch a hand crafted cocktail (with recipe) by Michael Rios Event Bartending.
Photography: Lauren Peele Photography / Design & Styling: Jen Rios Designs / Floral Design: Kate Foley Designs / Cakes: Sugar Bee Sweets / Paper Design & Calligraphy: Chips & Salsa Design Studio / Hair & Makeup: Beauty & the Blush / Bridal Gown: De ma fille / Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen / Chairs & Flatware: Ducky Bob’s Event Specialists / China & Glassware: Posh Couture Rentals / Signature Cocktail: Michael Rios Event Bartending / Bride’s Earrings: Rory Ashton Jewelry / Location: T & P Station in Fort Worth, Texas