Top wedding planner, Marie Danielle Vil-Young, founder of A Votre Service Events, was recently featured in the Weddings by Ritz Carlton magazine's story on the magic of color.
Online PR News – 19-July-2011 – – Color is a powerful tool for infusing style, elegance and personality into a bride’s dream wedding. In fact, the right touch of color can transform an empty white space into a chic New York City wedding that reflects the excitement and energy of the wedding couple.
Marie Danielle Vil-Young, NY Wedding Planner and founder of A Votre Service Events, is known for incorporating just the right touch of color into her stunning wedding designs. When in doubt about how to use color in a wedding décor, she advises brides to pay attention to table linen, floral centerpieces, wedding cakes and custom wedding aisle runners, for starters.
Floral centerpieces provide a great opportunity to incorporate vibrant color into the wedding day decor. Use one type of flower, like the rose, in a solid color (e.g., red or yellow) to make a bold statement with classic style, says Marie Danielle.
Wedding cakes provide a fabulous opportunity to connect various elements of the wedding day décor. Be creative with frosting to create delicate, detailed designs that are as stylish as they are delicious.
Custom wedding aisle runners provide an often-missed opportunity to incorporate color and elegance into the wedding day décor. Top wedding planners can help brides infuse color into a wedding day monogram that is incorporated into the wedding aisle runner to create a look that is elegant and sophisticated.
"A splash of color and great attention to detail helps create a bold, beautiful and elegant wedding day experience." Marie Danielle Vil-Young
A Votre Service Events, LLC is a full service destination wedding planning and corporate event planning company. It serves New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and international destinations. The company has been featured in local, regional and national media – including TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress” and the Wall Street Journal’s business section. They have worked with clients throughout the USA and as far away as Hong Kong and Paris.