Elizabeth + Christopher

19th century Romanticism, with a modern twist. Our top inspo was “Glasses in a Basket” by Sebastian Stoskopff and any floral still life by Rachel Ruysch, mixed with the modern tableware (and its photography) from Gohar World. Combined, our minimal designs packed a punch that was whimsical, moody and formal, but not gothic. Dylan Tripp floral designs brought the vision to life.

Magen + Mickey

Tropical-lite. Our vibrant design colors were a subtle nod to San Jose del Cabo, balanced with the venue’s classic white Mexican architecture and a neutral-colored dress code for guests.

The Knot Influencer Event at Cedar Lakes Estate

From a welcome dinner in an ancient Roman garden, to drinks at a wild Western saloon, to a cooking class plucked out of the 1960s, to a futuristic farewell gala, each event showed our social media influencers that the possibilities for their weddings are endless.

Annie + Scott

Extra, but in the best way. Lifesize cardboard cutouts of the happy couple and color-coordinated cocktails greeted guests at every event, which were all designed to the nines with over-the-top florals and personalized touches. But the real pièce de résistance? The custom dance floor made to match the bride’s Monique Lhuillier gown.

Baja Luna’s Styled Soiree

A Summer of Color in Los Cabos. Baja Luna was dripping with bright hues, from the bold signage and paper goods, to the vibrant fabrics in the tablescapes, to the rainbow of florals.

Al + Brett

Modern disco. We Austin-ified Studio 54, bringing in disco balls, feathers, hue-on-hue floral installations, and the shag carpet wedding cake of your dreams. And though the guests weren’t on roller skates, their food and bev was: Topo Chico, margaritas, wedding cake, and soft pretzels all made a grand entrance and exit on rolling carts.