Juliana + Scott | Breakers West Country Club, West Palm Beach

Classic romance was the inspiration for Juliana and Scott’s West Palm Beach wedding at the Breakers West Country Club. Antique tones of white, cream, champagne, and soft pink were the perfect choices for the color palette to make the bride’s vision come to life. She carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet of champagne roses and white baby orchids set in a pavé design with stems wrapped in crystal accented lace ribbon and finished with sentimental rosary beads. Bridesmaids carried white hydrangea, champagne roses, and soft pink roses and groomsmen wore coordinating boutonnieres.

The couple said their vows under a flat draped chuppah with a double swag of sheer organza and lush floral gathers of white hydrangea and champagne roses. The upper portion of the structure received a low lush crown of flowers which included more hydrangea and roses along with lisianthus and matthiola to create the desired effect. Varied height cylinders with floating LED candles and rose petals embraced the aisle to create a romantic walkway for the procession.

The ambient ballroom had magnificent arrangements each with crystal strands and plenty of candlelight. Amber up-lighting set the tone and the combination of everything brought the requested look together brilliantly. No doubt, romance was certainly in the air that evening for this couple to start their journey in life together.

Venue: Breakers West Country Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Munoz Photography



Baby Shower | Weston Hills Country Club

Baby showers became a tradition after World War II during the baby boom era in an effort to “shower” a soon-to-be mother with gifts and necessities for her newborn. During this time decades ago, the showers were typically small female-only parties. But since their inception food trucks, large-scale catering, incredible decor, and DJ entertainment have become increasingly popular, and co-ed festivities have grown in size just like the pregnancy.

There were certainly no signs of “snips and snails, and puppy dogs’ tails” at this Weston Hills Country Club event to celebrate the arrival of Baby Alex. This whimsical baby shower had a soft palette of pastels consisting of yellow, white, lavender, and of course, blue.

As guests entered the prestigious Weston club they were greeted in the main foyer by a fully dimensional merry-go-round. Four carousel horses were created with both fresh and dried florals, cording, gemstones, and ribbon. The 5-foot feature piece had a fabric-tented top with a large decorative center post finished with a gold finial ball. Additional placements of fresh cut flowers surrounded the base and made for a grand welcome.

The buffet stations received other adorable handmade creatures made with colorful chrysanthemums, button mums, hydrangea, and spray roses while dining tables held semi-dimensional carousel horse centerpieces with coordinating low lush hydrangea arrangements.

Not only did the mother-to-be get a few “kicks” that day, everyone got a “kick” out of this “womb with a view” as they showered the new baby with so much love.

Venue: Weston Hills Country Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Thru Jens Eyes



14th Annual Go Pink Luncheon | Boca Raton Resort & Club

For over a decade the Go Pink luncheon has been the largest women’s health event in Palm Beach. Crowds of over 1,500 show up dressed in their very best pink attire ready to fight breast cancer at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Raffles, prizes, shopping, entertainment, and celebrity guests are a highlight at the esteemed event. In previous years, over $1 million in funds have been raised for the Boca Raton Regional Hospital to benefit the Eugene M. & Christine E. Lynn Cancer Institute (LCI) and the Christine E. Lynn Women’s Health & Wellness Institute.

The 14th annual event had a garden theme with a color palette of various pink tones and white. Guests were greeted at the Mizner Center entrance with a Mercedes Benz and a pair of “triple height” floral topiaries set atop white decorative risers. They then proceeded on a pink carpet to the registration table which had an ombre style backdrop and an incredible floral display showcasing the event name. A faux boxwood foliage Wall of Strength held decorative pink ribbons with donors’ names who exemplified strength, courage, and perseverance. A custom designed double-sided AutoNation Pink Daisy Pick Raffle wall held gerbera daisies while the Kendra Scott display wheel held more giveaways.

Low lush sprawling centerpieces set in footed compotes contained coordinating mixed florals of hydrangea, roses, and lisianthus with accents of delicate wildflowers. Others had an ombre approach starting with deep hot pink to light pink, and white blooms. The grand stage was carpeted and skirted completely in pink with a collection of parasols and more lush florals to complete the look.

Even though the event is once a year, let’s continue to honor and recognize those who have survived breast cancer, those currently fighting, and those who lost their battle with the disease. The color pink has become associated with breast cancer awareness, but it actually goes back to an early 1500’s expression that has nothing to do with the popular hue. The English idiom means “to be at the peak of health in perfect condition”.  Think Pink! Go Pink!…it’s a cure worth fighting for each and every day.

Venue: Boca Raton Resort & Club

Host: Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Entertainment: Jammin’ Express

Guest Speaker: Joan Lunden

56th Annual Hospital Ball | Boca Raton Resort & Club

Masquerade balls date way back to the 14th and 15th centuries within medieval societies. The carnival-like festivities included parades, pageants, music, and dancing which were reserved exclusively for the elite. However, in the 16th century Renaissance era they were extended to the public. Of course, all participants were able to hide their identity behind their elaborate costumes making everyone equal regardless of their social status. These lavish parties were especially popular in Italy and have become a longstanding annual tradition. The 18-day Carnival of Venice is world-famous and was the perfect theme for the 56th Annual Boca Raton Regional Hospital Ball.

Over 1,200 guests donned their glamorous black-tie gala wear and alluring masks for a grand event to support and recognize the award-winning facility. Upon arrival they entered Boca Raton Resort & Club’s Mizner Center on a black and white checkered tile walkway into a European-style exhibition. Decorative backdrops along with authentic Italian balustrades and busts, as well as other ornamental accents simulated the infamous landscape overlooking the Grand Canal which was illuminated and color-washed with unfiltered LED uplighting.

The color palette was comprised of teal, magenta, plum, burgundy, and silver accents. Pavé floral arrangements in the chosen jewel tones were abundant with roses, lisianthus, matthiola, delphinium, lilies, orchids, hydrangeas, snap dragon, peacock feathers, kale, and other vibrant blooms with the addition of Venetian-style masks. A collection of silver mercury glass varied height tulip vases with candles alternated among these lush and elegant displays. Other centerpieces received low sprawling arrangements of coordinating florals with Venetian lanterns and interior pillar candle illumination. Sponsor signage was also highlighted throughout the space. The massive dance floor was wrapped in a diamond tile print to replicate Venetian marble.  Over 1,000 classic Tivoli lights were suspended above to create the atmosphere of the iconic Piazza San Marco (aka St. Mark’s Square).

Although the evening was fun, mysterious, and intriguing, there was no disguising the fact that The Boca Raton Regional Hospital has been an outstanding fixture in the community for over 5 decades.

Venue: Boca Raton Resort & Club

Host: Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Entertainment: The Temptations

Rigging/Lighting: Premiere Multimedia Group

Photography: Downtown Photo



Pretty in Pink | B’nai Israel, Boca Raton

Jami’s Bat Mitzvah was sugar and spice and everything nice. The ballroom at B’nai Israel was transformed into a perfect pink paradise. The color palette was silver, white, and of course, multiple shades of bright PINKS! Elevated displays on ghost columns were filled with roses, willow, miniature calla lilies, baby orchids, and white stock to pop the favored hue. Every girl likes a little bling, so hanging candles with crystal strands completed each centerpiece flawlessly. Market floral arrangements along with lots of candlelight were showcased on alternating tables which added more sophisticated elegance to the event. The teen area had more crystals and contained lounge seating, custom logo tables, and thematic photo centerpieces. Large glossy images hung from the walls, fuchsia LED lighting illuminated the room, and the wrapped dance floor tied it all together. The Guest of Honor was certainly tickled pink at her celebration.

Venue: B’nai Israel

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Caterer: VIP Catering

Photography: Lux Images


Cheyenne + Jonathan | Chesterfield, Virginia

Cheyenne and Jonathan had grand plans to get married at one of Boca Raton’s premier wedding venues. However, most of their guests were coming from New York and New Jersey and would need to be quarantined for two weeks prior to the big day. Just three weeks shy of the highly anticipated event, the couple had to make the quick and difficult decision to postpone their summer date or move it elsewhere. Nothing could stop this ambitious officer and his bride from saying their vows, so they chose to have their wedding ceremony out of state at an airbnb in Chesterfield, Virginia. This remote location was the “sweet spot” where all their guests could drive to with ease.

Modifying an event is always challenging by itself, but changing states certainly adds another arduous dimension. Nonetheless, we wanted our clients to still have the wedding of their dreams. So, we collaborated with their chosen local florist in Virginia. We shipped all florals directly to Sweet Pea Floral Design LLC and worked together to review the original plans. The color palette was rich with deep reds, burgundy, and merlot, but also soft with tones of pink, white, and cream. The bride’s bouquet included peonies, orchids, roses, and amaranthus which made a stunning visual against the new woodsy outdoor backdrop. COVID-19 has changed so many things since its emergence earlier this year. But, one thing it cannot change is LOVE…and Virginia is for lovers.

Venue: Airbnb in Virginia

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Virginia Florist: Sweet Pea Floral Design LLC

Photography: Munoz Photography

Videography: Calypso Wedding Films




Art Themed Bat Mitzvah | Gallery of Amazing Things, Dania Beach

There was no better place to celebrate Sami becoming a Bat Mitzvah than Gallery of Amazing Things. The Dania Beach museum was an absolutely perfect venue to showcase this teen Picasso’s love of art.  As with all art projects, starting with a blank canvas got the creative juices flowing. The Guest of Honor’s name was featured on a huge illuminated art palette on the exterior of the entrance for all to see.

From the minute they entered the building, guests were transported to a world in living color where everything was literally “state-of-the-art”. After retrieving their Pantone place cards from the paint splattered wood ladders, the eager crowd got to appreciate the integrity of the gallery’s art collection before joining the colorful reception.  The clever presentation of eclectic florals were suspended in paint cans along with coordinating LED lights either on custom built bridges or in ornate dimensional frames.

Giant art canvases allowed for dramatic video mapping while a combination of centerpieces provided more visual interest. Every color of the rainbow was represented from the dance floor wrap to the floral pomanders hanging from the ceiling. Chrome paint cans and paint brushes, tabletop decor, multi-colored chandeliers, oversize images, and vibrant draping made it easy for everyone to “get the picture” of this fun themed event.


Venue: Gallery of Amazing Things

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Domino Arts Photography

Videography: Timeline Video Productions

Event Planner: It Events by Julie


Gymnastics Themed Bat Mitzvah | Xtreme Action Park, Ft. Lauderdale

Lindsey loves gymnastics, but she did not want that to be the focus of her Bat Mitzvah celebration. She wanted a bit of fantasy, a lot of sophistication, and just a touch of her favorite sport. Xtreme Action Park was the best venue to make her requests a reality. With 16,000 square feet in their signature arena space, Ft. Lauderdale’s largest indoor entertainment facility was transformed from ordinary to extraordinary.

Guests entered through a custom-designed tunnel into a ballroom which was completely draped with lavender fabric from the ceiling to the floor. Floral pomanders, disco balls, and unique lighting were suspended from above to create an even more dramatic effect. Purple calla lilies, white and pink orchids, pink and lavender roses, blue iris, and blue and lavender hydrangeas were just some of the feminine florals used. The outrageous varying height centerpieces featured iconic Olympic events such as the bars and the beam.

The teen lounge included custom-made bleachers, cubbies, and plenty of interactive activities. Oversize photos of our gymnast in action were hung throughout and the dance floor had a high-gloss wrap to bring everything together. Guests big and small flipped over this Xtreme mitzvah.


Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Entertainment: Rock With U Entertainment

Event Planner: It Events by Julie

Photography: Domino Arts Photography

Venue: Xtreme Action Park

Videography: Timeline Video Production



Backyard Bliss | Parkland | Alexa + Kevin

Alexa and Kevin were looking forward to becoming husband and wife last spring. But unfortunately, the worldwide pandemic did not allow for large gatherings in public spaces. All the planning, all the excitement, and all the festivities came to a screeching halt. Sadly, their special day was postponed. However, this couple took the lemons they were dealt and they made lemonade. They made the decision to get married in the family’s home with those nearest and dearest in the summer.

White, ivory, and plum tones turned out to be the ideal color palette for the outdoor nuptials. The bride carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet of roses and miniature calla lilies while her bridesmaids received classic gathered bunches of hydrangea, roses, mini calla lilies, and tulips. The backyard pond made a scenic backdrop for the ceremony.  A two-post stained wood archway with white organza swag and a lush hedge of florals which included white hydrangea, ivory roses, purple stock, purple lisianthus, purple tulips, and Picasso miniature calla lilies with plenty accents of greenery framed the twosome perfectly.

The family’s beloved wooden swing was decorated with coordinating details and a faux boxwood greenery wall hid the tool shed. Varying height cylinders showcased submerged floral centerpieces across the dining table and petite arrangements were placed at each setting. The lawn area was set with soft lavender LED lighting which enhanced the sunset, and bistro lighting was suspended along the length of the tent to create a romantic ambiance. Finding the sweetness in every sour moment will always make life zestful.

Venue: Family Home

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Dalsimer Spitz and Peck

Catering: Alexander Event Catering

Tabletop Decor: A Different Look

Event Planner: Your Special Day by Joni







Woodfield Country Club | Boca Raton | Brittany + Alex

Organic romance was the underlying theme for Brittany and Alex’s wedding. Although the special day was nothing short of spectacular, the easy-going couple was sure to highlight their relaxed nature. From their getting-ready flannels and casual kicks to their beloved canine walking down the aisle, this couple kept everything real. The bride carried a nosegay of ranunculus, anemones, and astilbe which were wrapped with burlap and ribbon. The bridesmaids and dog’s collar received similar florals. A collection of lanterns illuminated the aisle along with carefully placed foliage and floral clusters. The 9′ tall green trellis chuppah showcased fresh smilax vines, branches, and twinkle lights. After the beautiful ceremony guests collected their seating assignments from an antique wood post display with tiny string LED lights before entering the grand reception. White and cream garden roses, lisianthus, ranunculus, anemones, scabiosa, and other coordinating flowers along with plenty of foliage transformed the ballroom into a rustic, yet super elegant fairy tale forest. Naturally, this princess and prince were going to live happily ever after.

Venue: Woodfield Country Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Emily Harris Photography

Entertainment: South Florida’s Heatwave Band