Decorating a Gingerbread House
The US has thousands of historic sites across the country and we have a bunch located in our very own backyard! Historic site #86002832, also known as The Gingerbread House, was the venue for a beautiful wedding several months ago. Built in 1931, The Gingerbread House was designed by J.Alvin Shadinger and features a Tudor-French Norman style of architecture.
The Tudor-French style boasts asymmetrical, multilevel floor plans and projections, half-timber and stucco facades, small-paned casement windows, and roofs that are either high-pitched or rounded to resemble thatching (pretty fitting for a classic yet fab event!).
The décor for the ceremony featured our Boxwood Panels, Topiaries, and Louis Ghost Chairs. The Louis Ghost Chairs have classic lines which compliment the venue perfectly, while modernizing the space through the clear polycarbonate it's made out of. Touches of green were incorporated with our Boxwood and Topiaries to bring the outdoors in and to provide some organic textures to the space (...we think Hansel + Gretel would approve!).
A special mahalo to Moana Events for featuring our pieces in this beautiful wedding!