• Welcome to the blog of Luxe Fête. We are a full service international event planning and design studio based in Miami, Florida. Global clients seek our services to plan, design, and produce their events. We have executed events around the world, with much of our work featured in national publications. Before channeling my creative energy into this field, I was an attorney at top law firms and clerked for a Federal Judge. It did not take long to realize I’d rather be telling stories by transforming spaces and creating beautiful atmospheres. Stay awhile - we would love to hear from you! Nous aimerions entendre parler de vous! Nos encantaría saber de usted! Gostaríamos muito de ouvir de você! Be sure to also visit our website: www.luxefete.com

Category Archives: Florals and Decor

Urban Prettiness: The Urban Details

The ultimate urban locale is a loft. It’s is essentially a carte blanche. The minute I knew we were designing something with an urban flavor is the minute I knew we had to do it at The Nuage Studio. The Nuage Studio is 6,000 square feet of bare open walls, high ceilings and smoky gray […]

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Spice of Love – Incorporating Bright Colors

Bright colors in weddings are not necessarily a new trend. I feel like weddings are a very close cousin of fashion. But like fashion, if done wrong, mixing bright colors will definitely put you in the ranks of tacky bridesmaid dresses, prom-like updos and other spine-tingling faux pas. That was so not the case in […]

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Spice of Love – Cultural Nuances

Natalia and Leonard’s Spice of Love wedding was a passport to an explosive world of Indian-chic.  From intricate handcarved signs from India that led guests to the bay-front ceremony, to the Lotus flower appearing as a symbolic gesture throughout the décor, their celebration combined both culture and beauty.  The two were married at a 100-year-old Indian […]

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Some Pretty Inspiration Pictures [pt.3]

So the next inspiration pic I’d like to share for my exciting project, is a gallery space in Tokyo, called the Ando Gallery. The beautiful white cubed building used to be an old warehouse covered in ivy. The image below brings back memories of when I use to daydream in my high school AP History […]

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