Rachel + Jake | B’nai Torah Congregation, Boca Raton

Rachel and Jake’s wedding at B’nai Torah Congregation was reminiscent of something similar to the Garden of Eden. The organic motif included a variety of foliage, eucalyptus, hydrangeas, roses, matthiola, lisianthus, and dendrobium orchids. White, cream, blush, and burgundy tones with gold accents could not be more perfect for this couple’s special day. The bride carried a lush nosegay with the chosen florals while the groom donned a single white rose.

Just prior to the wedding ceremony, a bedeken took place in the synagogue’s Weiner Room. The Jewish veiling ceremony bring the bride and groom together during the symbolic festivity with song, dance, laughter, and of course, love. The tradition stems from the Bible which explains that Jacob was tricked into marrying the sister of his beloved because she was veiled. The area was draped and designed with plenty of flowers and foliage as a grand focal point for the bride and her entourage to be center stage during this cultural event.

The ceremony area looked magical when the sun set. LED pillar candles in glass vessels illuminated the aisle, bistro lighting decorated the perimeter, and LED lighting and tiny white lights gave the chuppah an ideal glow. A coordinating archway sat at the front of the aisle which was also glimmering for the bridal party to make their entrance. The 4-post branched canopy had swags of greenery and amaranthus cascading for an authentic garden-feel.

After the exchanging of vows, guests enjoyed a grand reception in the ballroom. The space was ambient with a plenitude of candlelight, unique low and high arrangements, and more foliage for a romantic and enchanting celebration that even Adam and Eve would savor.

Venue: B’nai Torah Congregation

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Toni Jade Photography

Caterer: VIP Catering

Entertainment: DJ Efi Samba Entertainment






Melissa + Harrison | Mizner Country Club, Delray Beach

Before the pandemic swept through the world, micro-weddings were just beginning to become all the rage for the new 2020-2021 wedding season. These weddings are more intimate and meaningful as they only involve those nearest and dearest to the bride and groom. As the name suggests, a micro-wedding is an intimate affair with typically no more than 50 guests. It has all the same components of a large wedding, but only on a much smaller scale.

However, a micro-wedding was not the original plan for Melissa and Harrison, but this eager couple went all in with the COVID-19 scheme. They invited a dozen loved ones to witness them exchange vows at Mizner Country Club on an early summer evening. But they also live-streamed the event so friends and family from all over the globe would not miss a moment.

The bride donned a full princess wedding ball gown and carried a French-wrapped bouquet of roses and hydrangea. Her groom looked dapper sporting a coordinating rose and orchid boutonniere. The color palette was elegant with white, cream, and blush tones with silver accents.

Roses, hydrangea, matthiola, dendrobium and phalaenopsis orchids, mixed foliage, and curly willow branches made for a gorgeous and whimsical chuppah. The traditional religious structure was also detailed with crystals and wrapped in sheer organza fabric. After the ceremony, everyone met in the club’s  One Mile Bar & Grille where an array of floral arrangements and floating candles lined the dining table for a magnificent celebration.

Coronavirus and all, this wedding may have been micro in size, but certainly macro in experience. The only thing contagious at this event was love.

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Venue: Mizner Country Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral and Event Decorators

Photography: Domino Arts Photography

Cinematography: Timeline Video Productions Inc.

Planner: It Events by Julie

Entertainment: Yoel Hyman from South Florida’s Heatwave Band

Livestream Video: Studio X111



Ashley + Eric | Deer Creek Country Club, Deerfield Beach

Elegant and romantic, yet relaxed, was definitely the vibe of Ashley and Eric’s wedding. The Deer Creek Golf & Country Club was the venue of choice to host the couple’s memorable day. The bride requested blush pink, gold, white, and ivory tones which worked well to accomplish the look, both indoors and out. She carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet which included roses, lisianthus, matthiola, hydrangea, and touches of silver dollar eucalyptus and ruscus. The bouquet’s natural design with varying texture and color palette blended beautifully and complemented the chuppah, and more importantly, her groom’s dark grey tuxedo.

The four-post structure featuring sheer white fabric was drawn open and appointed with stylish clusters of the petite bride’s floral selection. The upper portion held a large spray of flowers with plenty of greenery delicately placed throughout. State-of-the-art LED lighting completed the effect when it illuminated the traditional canopy.

After the ceremony, guests gathered to celebrate the newlyweds in the Key West Ballroom. Elevated lush floral arrangements filled the newly renovated space along with many variations of candlelight. Soft foliage, rose petals, and gold accents added to the intimate affair. Deerfield Beach’s premier county club certainly was a picturesque paradise for the new “Mr. & Mrs. Goldman”.


Venue/Caterer: Deer Creek Golf & Country Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Poirier Wedding Photography






Rachel + Joseph | Four Seasons Palm Beach

Rachel and Joseph chose the glamorous Four Seasons Resort to celebrate their special day of becoming husband and wife. The Palm Beach property could not be more divine for this couple’s spring nuptials. Crisp tones of white, cream, and champagne with soft blue and silver accents blended seamlessly with the resort’s surroundings. The bride’s French-wrapped bouquet consisted of roses, lisianthus, and anemones while her bridesmaids’ bouquets had a similar version but with the addition of light blue belladonna. The groomsmen wore champagne rose boutonnieres, but the groom completed his look with a white anemone.

As always, the bride is always the highlight of every wedding, but this couple’s chuppah also stole the show. Set on the pool deck with the gorgeous Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop, the four-post structure included a lush and lavish cascading crown of hydrangea and roses with an abundant amount of dendrobium orchids and phalaenopsis orchids instead of a traditional fabric covering. Each of the posts were decorated with trailing crystal chains and more orchids woven throughout. A collection of varied height vessels with submerged florals and floating LED candles sat along the aisle for a most elegant walkway for the procession. Magnificent arrangements of flowers on acrylic columns framed the aisle and the masterpiece.

A multitude of various candles, rose petals, and ambient lighting along with hand-placed gardenias created a romantic and aromatic setting as guests arrived in the ballroom. A combination of exquisite coordinating high and low centerpieces featuring roses, orchids, matthiola, and lisianthus spanned the Royal Poinciana Ballroom. Ceiling-mounted wireless LED pin spots enhanced each arrangement as well as the cake for a dramatic look.

It was an incredible evening filled with “a whole lotta love”.

Venue: Four Seasons Palm Beach

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Munoz Photography





All That Jazz | Boca Raton Resort & Club

Zachary’s Bar Mitzvah began in the Mizner Room at the prestigious Boca Raton Resort & Club. After the Havdalah services, guests enjoyed a cocktail hour under the stars before entering the Cathedral Ballroom. The resort’s signature space was transformed to be reminiscent of a New Orleans jazz club. A tropical motif set the tone along with ambient lighting in green and white. The talented teen’s love for playing the trumpet was the inspiration for this ensemble. Guests were transported to a mysterious and musical supper club.

Organic centerpieces were created with a collection of salome leaves, areca palms, monstera, green cymbidium orchid sprays, amaranthus, and domestic branches. Gold cabaret lamps sat at the base of all the massive flowering plant arrangements at the adult tables for just the perfect vibe.

On a different note, the teens enjoyed a lounge area with distressed leather couches, communal farm tables supported by authentic wine barrels, and reclaimed wood coffee tables. Additionally, oversize images were highlighted along the perimeter of the room showcasing Zach’s musical gifts. The celebration in Palm Beach was all that jazz and so much more.

Venue: Boca Resort and Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Planner: It Events by Julie

Photography: Mavila Photography

Entertainment: Rock with U





Sally + Ali | The Brazilian Court Hotel, Palm Beach

Planning a wedding can be stressful all by itself. But throw in a global pandemic, add in a Category 1 hurricane, and then include an unfortunate and unexpected passing of the officiant, and it could be a recipe for a total disaster. However, nothing could stop Sally and Ali from tying the knot despite all the bad breaking news.

The original wedding date was scheduled in early May and was to include about 200 people. But because of COVID-19, the couple rescheduled their event three months later despite knowing that the plan would look much different from the original one. What they also did not know was how deviated it would truly be. The eager twosome needed to find a new venue, a new caterer, and a new priest. Additionally, they had to reduce their guest list to just a dozen.

The bride’s brother Peter Doocy (son of author and Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy) refused to let the novel coronavirus or the impending Hurricane Isaias prevent his beloved sibling from getting married. Fortunately, the Fox News correspondent officiated a wedding last year and his Credentials of Ministry license was still active and valid in Florida.

The new plan was in place and the significant day was happening at The Brazilian Court Hotel. The historic property would host the ceremony in the North Courtyard and the reception in the Conservatory. The timeless and elegant venue coordinated perfectly with the requested Nantucket/Cape Cod vision.

The florals featured crisp tones of white, cream, and soft blue and were as picturesque as the small island towns. The bride carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet of cream roses with subtle accents of blue hydrangea.  The “I Do’s” were exchanged under a Hampton swag-style canopy which included white organza posts and a double swagged valance with a crown of lush flowers. The intimate newsworthy celebration turned out to be better than anyone could have ever imagined.

These newlyweds surely made their own headlines as they proved that no matter what obstacles are presented, love always makes the best feature story.

Alex + Brian | Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Manalapan

Tropical beaches, swaying palms, legendary links, the finest shopping, and relaxed luxury is what one will find in Palm Beach. Therefore, America’s First Resort Destination™ was the perfect city for Alex and Brian to have their wedding. The couple chose Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa to say their vows and to celebrate as a married couple.

The color palette and florals kept with the elegant seaside ambiance. Hydrangeas, eucalyptus, roses, ranunculous, and baby calla lilies were abundant in whites, ivories, and creams, along with touches of blush and sand tones. The bride carried an organic bouquet featuring the natural evergreen tree while her groom and their party coordinated with baby spray roses and ranunculous. The chuppah sat on the outdoor lawn giving guests a postcard view of the Atlantic. Glowing lanterns led up to the traditional structure which had lush cascading floral gatherings of amaranthus, English ivy, hydrangeas, roses, ranunculous, baby calla lilies, and plenty of greenery.

After their vows by the ocean, the party moved from the courtyard to the grand ballroom. Three styles of floral arrangements alternated throughout the space. Gold candelabras held LED tapered candles and a second set of displays held a staggered double-armed candle holder for additional height and show. The last consisted of large elevated coordinating flowers on a wrought iron stand. Amber LED lighting illuminated the entire perimeter while pin spots highlighted each centerpiece giving the room a golden sun-kissed glow. The five-star intimate ocean retreat with breathtaking ocean views and light tropical breezes could not be more incredible for this celebration. EAU what a night!


Venue: Eau Palm Beach

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Domino Arts Photography

Planner: It Events by Julie

Entertainment: The Headliners Band

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Before the pandemic swept through the world, micro-weddings were just beginning to become all the rage for the new 2020-2021 wedding season. These weddings are more intimate and meaningful as they only involve those nearest and dearest to the bride and groom. However, COVID-19 has helped make this transition much easier since couples are forced “at the moment” to keep their guest counts down due to CDC regulations.

Micro in Size ~ Macro in Experience

As the name suggests, a micro-wedding is an intimate affair with typically no more than 50 guests. It has all the same components of a large wedding, but only on a much smaller scale. However, reducing guests does not mean reducing extravagance. Couples can spend more lavishly with a smaller number of people.

For instance, they may now be able to choose a super-premium bar package, a 5-star meal, a designer wedding gown, and outstanding flowers and décor. These upgrades may have not been feasible when accommodating a large guest list. This type of event also allows the couple to engage and indulge with each and every one of their guests for a more personal experience. By having a smaller event all a bride’s wishes can come true.


Brides and grooms are evolving from traditional formats to more individualized ones. They are not afraid to be unique and get creative. It is in fact, their special day, so it makes sense that their approach is all about them and not what is “supposed to be”. Playful bridal gowns, cool suits, bright socks, signature cocktails, and even an inclusion of pets are all increasingly popular and personal touches.

Go Big

Oversize flower displays visually transform a space and create the ambiance and look requested. From ceiling treatments and flower walls to floral bridges over tables, a lush landscape makes a giant statement.

In Living Color

Although traditional white weddings will always exist, a bolder color palette is becoming all the rage.

Stop and Smell the Roses

Although the rose always makes a statement, it has been pushed aside in recent years for more exotic blooms. But, the classic symbol of love is making a comeback. Bridal bouquets featuring the romantic bloom will never truly go out of style.

Take My Breath Away

Dried flowers are also making a revival. From dried pampas grasses and lavender sprigs to your grandmother’s baby’s breath, the decorative accents can be used throughout a wedding for a classic and timeless look.

Go Green

Using locally grown seasonal blooms and greenery remain on the forefront. Foliage archways and bouquets with lots of cascading greens and live plants can give an organic and eco-friendly vibe.

See the Light, Be the Light

Lighting is another top trend and a commonly forgotten factor when creating a budget. However, it serves such importance as it sets the tone and mood for an event. Vintage chandeliers, mini string lights, candles, and lanterns as well as up-lighting and pinspots truly make a difference. Custom neon signage also makes for a great keepsake.

Heavy Metal

Mixed metals certainly keep showing up at every event. Golds, silvers, pewters, and rose golds are being mixed for a dramatic appearance regardless of the inspiration. Place settings, ceremonial structures, and mercury glass are just some examples of how to incorporate these rockin’ accents.

Swing High & Have it Your Way

Following trends inspire a valuable vision for your big day. For example, swings are predicted to make their way from the playground to the ballroom this fall to create “insta”worthy moments. However, hang on tight, stay true to your style and your wants…and enjoy the ride.


Danielle + Evan | Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus, North Miami Beach

The City of Aventura made a beautiful backdrop for the first part of this contemporary wedding. The vibrant blue sky, towering palms, signature skyline, and trademark golf course could not have been more perfect to capture Danielle and Evan’s first-look. The bride carried a nosegay design of all white miniature calla lilies wrapped in a satin ribbon. Her bridesmaids carried a similar design while the groomsmen sported coordinating boutonnieres and flashy socks from Miami’s favorite NBA team.

Although the couple loved the bright colors of the city, the color palette was kept formal with whites and creams. After the preliminary photo shoot, the bridal party traveled to the Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus where the ceremony and reception would take place.

The aisle received decorative stanchions along with an abundance of florals and cylinder vases holding LED illuminated candles.  A full flowing hedge of hydrangeas, roses, miniature calla lilies, and dendrobium orchids sat atop the chuppah which was also enhanced with suspended glass enclosed LED candles and dramatic up-lighting. A faux rose wall was positioned at the rear of the mirrored four-post structure to create a modern, yet romantic setting. Later in the evening, it was repurposed as great scenery for the photo booth.

The ballroom dining tables had a combination of stylish arrangements. Some had tall glass vases full of lush flowers while others featured multi-level displays of vases with market floral clusters, submerged orchids, and floating candles on a mirrored base. The last alternating centerpiece had an assortment of bud vases, square cubes, and mirrored risers highlighting roses. Yet, the green trick gave it all a pop of color.

Of course, Executive Caterers served up a hot feast while South Florida’s Heatwave Band turned up the heat on the dance floor. The newlyweds most definitely enjoyed their hot and happening North Miami Beach affair, but their memories will be forever frozen.


Venue: Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus

Caterer: Events by Executive Caterers

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Emily Harris Photography

Entertainment: South Florida’s Heatwave Band

Jordan + Jeff | The Venue Fort Lauderdale

Jordan and Jeff began their storybook romance in college at the University of Central Florida. As much as they would have loved to be married right near the “infamous mouse’s house”, they came home to say their vows in front of all their family and friends. The ceremony and reception were held at The Venue Fort Lauderdale.

South Florida’s highest rated wedding venue certainly made this adorable couple’s dreams come true. The Crystal Ballroom has glamour, elegance, and impeccable design plus state-of-the-art lighting and exceptional sound and effects. The two-story facility even boasts a grand glass staircase guaranteed to make any girl feel like a Disney princess.

Keeping with a modern glam vibe, the bride carried a French-style bouquet featuring classic ivory and white roses hand-wrapped with special lace and a sentimental locket. The bridesmaids carried a smaller version which contrasted flawlessly with their black designer gowns. The center of the space showcased a magnificent LED illuminated acrylic chuppah created with a luxuriant floral hedge of hydrangeas, roses, baby spray roses, matthiola, mini calla lilies and lisianthus which was completed with a crystal chandelier. Tall glass cylinder vases in varying heights lined the aisle with floating candles which added to the fairy tale setting.

From market gathered bunches and vertical arrangements set atop acrylic boxes to a sizable set of pave’ designed bud vases, the variety of coordinating centerpieces presented all of the florals in a most unique way. The chuppah was a permanent fixture for the newlyweds to dine underneath for the duration of the reception and was flanked by kings tables for the royal bridal party.

Guests indulged in the fun and festive cuisine, but especially loved the caterer’s signature desserts and the surprise treat from another famous Mickey. The gorgeous fall wedding was absolutely the most “magical” and “happiest place on earth”.


Venue/Caterer: The Venue Fort Lauderdale

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Emily Harris Photography

Planner: Beverly Diane Party Consultants

Entertainment: Mike Sipe Entertainment