A Painter’s Wedding

After 5 years in business together, these two painters tied the knot last summer. Clear and consistent explanation of the https://writemypaper4me.org/ model/hypothesis/idea with all possible details counted in a prioritized way. Naturally, our wedding had a bit of a paint theme. We couldn’t narrow our color theme down to just a couple of colors, so we decided to use them all! We began last winter by cutting up all of our old painter’s whites and making them into flags. We painted the flags in array of bright colors and strung them together as garlands. We designed our tables around individual paint colors. The name of the table was the paint color, the colors of the linens and flowers matched each color, and the actual  Sherwin-Williams (of course!) paint samples were the table signs. For our guests to find their table assignment, we used the same Sherwin-Williams Paint samples for the name cards. We then attached them to an antique door as a display board. So each guest had to figure out their table by matching their color! Because we didn’t want to make it too difficult for the color-challenged, the paint color name is printed on the back of each sample!

A dropcloth made an excellent cover for our wedding stage.

We had a wonderful time, and we came away with a whole new perspective on decorating with big color!

One of our beloved clients, Alexandra Hedin,  who was also a wedding guest, wrote about our wedding in her blog.

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