Ombre purple pops against cream and emerald green in the new event space at the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
The bride loved the regal elegance of purple and being that it was an autumn wedding, she chose aborigine as the focal hue. Olive trees emerged from glass vases that were set upon long farm tables, while smaller floral arrangements in various shades of purple and cream were scattered throughout providing depth and color. Purple wine glasses served as a fun pop to the table and matched the linen napkins perfectly. The table design continued onto the walls of the event space thanks to the talented lighting design of Ormonde Productions. “The New Bedford Whaling Museum offers such a unique setting. The reception took place in the new addition overlooking the harbor. The views from the two decks were spectacular — it was the icing on the cake!” exclaimed the mother of the bride and event planner, Kathy Sheridan. Guests feasted on a delicious dinner crafted by Russell Morin Catering & Events before dancing the night away!