Wedding Specialists: The Copper Quail



Whether styling a wardrobe or home interiors, design has always been important to Lisa Stewart and Anna Adams, the mother/daughter duo behind The Copper Quail. The idea for their business was first born around the time of Anna and her sisters’ weddings. Adams shares, “I realized that not everyone had at their disposal a mother with a house full of vintage treasures to incorporate when decorating for their wedding, or the intuition on how to style those pieces with modern counterparts to create a striking design.”

Three years in, and The Copper Quail is thriving thanks to Adams and Stewart’s unique design perspective. Their services revolve around the aesthetics of an event, including day-of styling services and vintage and specialty décor rentals like goblets and china, tabletop décor, lounge options, and more. “We work with brides that have all different style preferences and can help them achieve any look they are going for by pulling the perfect pieces from our inventory,” Adams explains.

Another service that The Copper Quail offers their brides is a personalized design blueprint that covers the color palette, mood board, and specific design layouts for key areas of the wedding. With the design blueprint, Adams and Stewart help brides consider how to achieve the look and feel they want, giving them a cohesive and focused design with which to move forward.

From hand-picking each piece in their inventory to intentionally executing the day-of styling and everything in between, Adams and Stewart have their hands in all aspects of The Copper Quail. “We approach every wedding as a meaningful ceremony that is worth making uniquely beautiful,” Stewart says. “So often the aesthetics of a wedding can be an afterthought, but The Copper Quail feels the design ought to be a visual reflection that celebrates each individual couple.”


anna adams and lisa stewart, the mother daughter duo behind the copper quail

Anna Adams & Lisa Stewart




Top Tips

  1. When it comes to your wedding design, focus on key areas to embellish.
  2. Choose elements that fulfill a practical and a design purpose, like colorful goblets or beautiful dishes.
  3. It is possible to have too many good ideas (especially in the age of Pinterest!). Streamline your design, keeping it cohesive.

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