Allow your tree to take center stage in your living room. If you have a large window, center it in the middle and form a stunning border by draping garland around the windows. Woven textures, such as the jute rug, and warm textiles, like the plaid throw pillows, up the cozy factor of this ready-for-the-holidays space.
Smooth stone steps lead to the lower lawn, which can be used for ball games or large gatherings. Along the way, guests will notice three terra cotta planters that speak to those by the home's main entrance.
Designers in Eastmark were tasked with creating a series of park structures to fit into a planned development community that could serve as a gathering space for community members and a venue for special events. This larger pavilion space creates a great space for congregating on a cool fall evening, while the sort of "blank canvas" design, with the only fixed detail of the interior space being the fire pit", allows for the perfect venue for a special event.
In 2016, Miranda Crace officially launched Detroit-based event planning company Spoke Events. Since then, she and her team of coordinators have planned a variety of holiday parties, pop-up dinners, workshops and weddings.
When she's not coordinating weddings or planning workshops, Miranda Crace of Detroit-based company Spoke Events often puts together beautiful tablescapes for styled photoshoots. Here, she's at work arranging votive candles and plates, with florals from Studio Terrain and calligraphy name cards from Plume & Proper.
Meet Miranda Crace, the founder of Detroit-based company Spoke Events! After planning several bridal showers and weddings for close friends, she launched her own event planning business in 2016 and never looked back.
This place setting looks chic and modern, as it pairs an uneven circular server with black-and-gold flatware. The tablescape was designed by Miranda Crace of Detroit-based company Spoke Events and features florals from Studio Terrain and calligraphy name cards from Plume & Proper.
You’d be surprised how many items you toss into your recycling bin each week can actually be used as wedding decor. Use spray paint, glitter, fabric, lace and more to transform glass jars and bottles into stunning wedding decorations that won’t break the bank.
Planner Kate Franzen, of Glint Events, says professional lighting can transform a wedding or any other space or event. Roses, hydrangeas and greenery designed by The Proper Petal. Lighting by Choice Entertainment.