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Had Enough Yet?

It seems like now that I am looking for it, black white & green things are showing up everywhere! I found Jimmy Cheng's blog yesterday when the cake below was featured on Weddingbee. I love the fabric behind those green letters! And, naturally, the cake is amazing:

8 comments:

jessica lynn said...

OMG I LOVE THE BOARD WITH THE INITIALS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Even though I have no time to do so, I want to make one of these TONIGHT! I wonder where they got the corner damask stamp/icon/thing from?!

Chere Amie said...

So .... I was at HomeGoods this weekend picking up pillows and I was blown away by the amount of Damask products they had. Mostly black and white as you've posted on your blog, but they had other color combinations, as well. Everything from towels to stools, office organizers, candles, bowls, you-name-it! Thought you might be interested!

Darci said...

I am sure the damask stamp is just that, a rubber stamp. We could find them somewhere!

And Chere Amie...your blog is fantastic! Thanks for the heads up :)

Lucky Designs said...

Have you seen this wall? It is amazing.

http://tinyurl.com/29vvp7

(It looks like there is green carpet too - that would be perfect for my nursery!)

Becky said...

I love the black and white! Those are my colors for my May wedding with a little pink thrown in. Thanks for all the great ideas!

Darci said...

You're so welcome, Becky...thank you for the compliments! Be sure to send some pics of your wedding!

imasqurl said...

I am the bride who designed all of these pieces. We were on a tight budget and since I am a designer we made EVERYTHING for the wedding.

The damask fabric is a silk blend upholstery from the fabric district in L.A. that we wrapped around large sheets of foam core. There were others not pictured that had mounted photographs hanging from thick black satin ribbon. The Initials were purchased at Joanns(lg) and www.paper-source.com (sm) and painted green and then I hand painted the damask pattern on each. I also did a complete set of numbers for all the tables.

It was all very tedious but we were able to have a beautiful one-of-a-kind wedding on a really tight budget.

Thanks for all your kind comments on our decoration and to www.jimmychengphotography.com for catching ever last photo.

Wedding Reception said...

That board looks fantastic.