This year we have been blessed with some amazing weddings, here are a few of my favorite designs and we love when couples incorporate something they love or that's meaningful.
Megan and Brandon designed a cross for their ceremony using recycle materials from their family homestead.
A pair of antique doors by Bella Villa Shop adorned this also set up at Airlie, with a flowy garland of tropical ferns and eucalyptus accented by peonies and roses and tomatoes and fruit. Just a fun design!
A simply elegant carnation curtain adds a touch of luxe and modern design you to special day. This design can be reused as a photo booth backdrop or behind the cake at the reception.
This delicate rustic glam arch at Stone Tower Winery not only had the perfect view, but also included a design of roses, and hanging eucalyptus that was repurposed during the reception. You can use it to decorate the King's table, welcome table or the sweetheart table.
Decorating the aisle can be a fun way to add additional blooms and color, but think of florals you get to reuse. We love designing this whimsical aisle with lanterns and floral details that were used during cocktail hour and after dancing to enhance the décor at the American Institute of Architects.
One of our favorite new styles of ceremony designs are floating florals, and this chandelier was a delightful mix of greenery and accents of dahlias, garden roses and scabiosa flowers.
Aisle posies are important to bring the color palette of your wedding to life, it gives guests an idea of what's to come. Add long greenery and big blooms for a wow effect.
This modern chuppah with touches of Chinoisserie is perfect for a bride that combines things she loves with something fun. We love the new details of modern chuppah and ceremony canopies.