Designer Inspired Bar Mitzvah | Woodfield Country Club, Boca Raton

What happens when a fashionable Bar Mitzvah teen wants to have a party incorporating his favorite designer threads? Of course, you combine them to create a most lavish party at Woodfield Country Club. Asher loves a popular athletic brand, sporty kicks, and an iconic luxury brand. The color palette would feature the signature color of one brand which is red and white. Large custom graphics were created to highlight his vision and were placed throughout the red-draped ballroom. An open seating plan with lounge seating groupings and high communal LED lit tables gave a big-city club feel. Each table was topped with floating candles and a variation of eclectic bunches of calla lilies, roses, and hydrangeas. A massive double-bar with custom back-lit graphics was a definite highlight along with the high-gloss logo wrapped dance floor which brought the entire space together. Additionally, his fondness of high-end sneakers was showcased as well. Everyone had the most amazing time at this SUPREME event.

Venue: Woodfield County Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photographer: Muñoz Photography

Entertainment: Pure Energy Entertainment

Planner: It Events by Julie 




Pelican Club | Jupiter | Maggie + Mark

After saying their vows at the St. Paul of the Cross Church in North Palm Beach, paradise awaited Maggie and Mark as they arrived to celebrate their official union at The Pelican Club. The stunning waterfront space with incredible views of the Jupiter Inlet and Jupiter Lighthouse could not be a more perfect location for these newlyweds. Being that the couple live out-of-state, the decor planning was a collaboration of the north and the south. Dalsimer Spitz & Peck and Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators joined forces to provide the ultimate experience for this family.

For the ceremony, the bride carried a clutch of lily of the valley with fresh foliage and a touch of ruskus tips and the groom sported a matching boutonniere. The bridesmaids’ and groomsmens’ featured florals were mini calla lilies. Throughout the Blue Heron Ballroom, eclectic placements of various arrangements included hydrangeas, roses, ranunculus, alstromeria, calla lilies, cymbidium and phalaenopsis orchids, monstera and palmetto leaves, willow branches, and areca palms. One highlight were the hot pink blossom flamingos which stood tall on the buffets welcoming guests to the Sunshine State. Despite the panoramic views, this bride and groom only had eyes for each other at this magnificent venue.

Venue: The Pelican Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Dalsimer Spitz & Peck Floral & Event Decorators



Spanish Monastery | North Miami Beach | Sandra + Roy

Sandra and Roy exchanged their vows earlier this year at The Ancient Spanish Monastery. The unique South Florida venue features over 20 acres of landscaped gardens filled with Spanish oaks, rare palms, banyans, lush tropical greenery, and so much more with the 12th century Romanesque and Gothic building as a backdrop. The outdoor ceremony was just magical as the couple literally “tied the knot” in the breathtaking Loggia Garden with floral pomanders hanging from the tree above. The bride carried a cascade of white phalaenopsis orchids while her bridesmaids carried bouquets of white and ivory hydrangea and roses with just the right touch of English ivy. Guests then moved over to the gorgeous reception in the Cloisters to celebrate the newlyweds. An oversize tree with moss and flowers greeted the eager crowd to ask for their well wishes. Elevated centerpieces consisted of coordinating flowers, branches, submerged orchids, and garden foliage were set upon the dining tables while the cake had it’s own floral design adorned with soft foliage and floral blossoms. The preserved architectural treasure could not be a more appropriate venue for this couple to start their own history.


Venue: The Ancient Spanish Monastery

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Traci Burke Photography

Entertainment: Vision DJs

Brazilian Court | Palm Beach | Christine + Leeor

Christine and Leeor became husband and wife at the exclusive Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach. The historic property known for it’s elegant Spanish Colonial architecture, lush tropical courtyards, and 1920’s glamour was the most perfect venue for these two to exchange their vows. Antique tones of white, cream, and champagne with soft pink/blush was the quintessential color palette which worked well at this boutique property. The bride carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet set in a loose organic design which included roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, and was finished with a touch of seeded eucalyptus, and Italian ruscus. The classic evergreen shrub was also the perfect accent for the groom’s white ranunculus boutonniere. The four-post chuppah was constructed with natural stained wooden beams and adorned with a multitude of cascading natural organic foliage and a lush floral crown of hydrangea, roses, matthiola, and lisianthus. The aisle was lined with wooden lanterns decorated with delicate clusters of more organic greenery. After the ceremony in the North Courtyard, the guests moved to the Fountain Courtyard for a lovely cocktail hour before heading to the Conservatory for a grand reception. Alternating arrangements following the same theme were set throughout the ballroom. Tall florals cascaded from wrought iron bronze stands while their shorter counterparts were placed in bronze-finished footed compotes. Each place setting was completed with a small sprig of ruscus and the cake highlighted the chosen florals. The luxurious landmark was an incredible start for these newlyweds to make their mark.

Venue: The Brazilian Court

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photographer: Christopher Ramos Photography

Event Planner: Blue Orchid Events & Design


Delaire Country Club | Delray Beach | Ashley + Max

Ashley and Max started their lives as “Mr. & Mrs.” early last fall with a beautiful wedding at the Delaire Country Club. The acrylic chuppah was set in front of the signature Delray Beach club golf course where they said their vows at sunset. The upper portion of the structure received a lush crown of hydrangea, roses, and matthiola in white and cream tones which was later repurposed to be set above the “Sweetheart Table”. In order to create a longer aisle and an even better view, the ceremony space was extended with a custom designed riser set atop the shrubbery. Cylinder glass vases with floating LED candles completed the look. The bride carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet of champagne roses while her bridesmaids held white roses set in a pavé design. The groom, of course, had a champagne rose boutonniere to complement his bride’s bouquet. After the ceremony, a grouping of market-style bound imported roses, calla lilies, and dendrobium orchids welcomed guests to find their place cards.  The ballroom included a monogram wrapped dance floor, an abundance of candles, lush coordinating high and low floral centerpieces, and a cake covered in phalaenopsis orchids. Antique tones of white, cream, and champagne with accents of soft pink made not only a romantic, but dramatic statement. The entire evening was memorable and definitely unFOREgettable.

Venue/Caterer: Delaire Country Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Event Planner: Jackie Bressler Events

Boca Rio Golf Club | Livia + Jake

Livia and Jake were not going let anything, not even a pandemic, ruin their special day. The determined couple had a most intimate ceremony and reception at the Boca Rio Golf Club with just a dozen of their loved ones and of course, their beloved four-legged babies. Although the guest count was small, the decor was BIG. An abundance of large and miniature calla lilies, ivory roses, baby orchids, hydrangeas, English ivy, eucalyptus, and other organic foliage filled the space from the four-post branched canopy to the royal dining table. The couple said their “I Do’s” underneath the romantic chuppah which suspended their sentimental tallitot. Just like a traditional wedding, they chose to still have a cocktail hour along with a montage presentation before the dinner reception. The 12-foot long bridge-style floral arrangement with an abundance of candlelight was a definite “WOW” factor as well as the white rose foam wall with neon sign which made the perfect backdrop for plenty of photo opportunities. Hopefully, social distancing will be in the past by the time Mr. and Mrs. Rosen celebrate their first anniversary. Nevertheless, the young couple will look back and know that nothing matters more than celebrating precious moments with those we love in good times or in bad.

Venue/Caterer: Boca Rio Golf Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: P|S Photography & Films


Designer Inspired Bat Mitzvah | DCOTA, Dania Beach

Sadly, Lilly’s Bat Mitzvah had to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Dorian. But, fortunately the Category 5 storm finally dissipated and the event went off just a few weeks later. The twelve-year-old’s theme was inspired by the world’s most iconic perfume…Chanel No. 5 and it’s origin. The Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) was transformed into a Parisian café with a black and white color palette and a perfect pop of pink. Guests were greeted by a giant freestanding perfume bottle with the Guest of Honor’s No. 12 logo to point them to the valet parking entrance. Upon entering, an 8-foot tall seating chart board directed them to their seats. Tall forged metal towers with acrylic shelf panels stood high on half the tables as they held faux pearls suspended at various lengths along with bubble candle holders illuminated with tea lights and small bunches of white roses. The rest of the tables displayed a tailored pavé collection of white roses wrapped with Lilly’s logo and plenty of candles. The separate teen area was draped with pale pink fabric and each bar was customized with full-color photographs by our in-house art department. The dance floor had another custom logo placed in the center to tie the entire space together. The very chic reception had the scent of a woman, but rocked like a hurricane.

Venue: DCOTA

Caterer: Embassy Kosher Catering

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photography: Domino Arts Photography

Entertainment: Premier Power Productions (Triple P)



Club Themed Bar Mitzvah | Temple Beth Emet, Cooper City

A cobalt blue wash encompassed the entrance at Temple Beth Emet giving guests a slight taste of what was to come at Zach’s Bar Mitzvah. As everyone entered the illuminated Cooper City synagogue they were greeted by a giant balloon arch and an oversize double-cut extruded aluminum sign with the Guest of Honor’s initials on one side and an image on the other. The color palette was chrome, black, white, and blue which lent itself to an edgy nightclub feel. A four-post silver brushed aluminum structure was set upon each dining table along with a grid of mesh steel, silver tubing, and chains which suspended metal orbs with green moss. The base of the unique display featured larger green trick orbs, calla lilies, metal spheres, and plenty of candlelight. The teen area consisted of metal lockers, a custom sneaker kiosk, and a milkshake station. Additionally, the wrapped dance floor resembled impressive Carrara marble. Every detail represented a high-end nightclub in a big city which just happened to be in a local suburban neighborhood. The club-like experience was completed by an incredible laser show and a visit by a Miami Heat player. No doubt, everyone was kickin’ it at this extreme mitzvah.

Venue: Temple Beth Emet

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral and Event Decorators

Caterer: BCG Catering/Haute Cuisine

Entertainment: Rock With U Entertainment

Event Planner: It Events by Julie

Laser Effects: Liquid Sky Laser Shows

Photography: Lux Images

Special appearance by Udonis Haslem of the Miami-Heat

Survivor Themed Bar Mitzvah | Congregation Kol Tikvah, Parkland

The reality was that Ethan survived his Hebrew lessons and became a Bar Mitzvah. So just like any Jewish thirteen-year-old teen, he wanted to celebrate in a big way. He brought over 100 castaways to Congregation Kol Tikvah in Parkland for an epic “Survivor” themed party. The synagogue’s ballroom was transformed into a jungle-like island. Bamboo posts and tiki torches with faux flames, reminiscent of the popular television series, lined the space. Camouflage netting draped the perimeter of the room while the teen area featured a draped ‘camo’ net ceiling with plenty of foliage. More bamboo posts and a reed fence facade enclosed this area and the center featured a seating area with a faux fire pit as a focal point. An umbrella of greenery, moss, and organic florals covered each adult table. The dance floor was wrapped with a graphic jungle highlighting the Guest of Honor’s initials. The only contest here was who could outlast the other on the dance floor.

Venue: Congregation Kol Tikvah, Parkland

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Event Planner: it Events By Julie

Photographer: Domino Arts Photography

Videographer: Timeline Video Productions

Entertainment: Pure Energy Entertainment

Caterer: Artisan Foods Catering

The Hillsboro Club | Lilly + Ryan

Nothing says “South Florida Wedding” better than Lilly and Ryan’s wedding at The Hillsboro Club. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the inland waterway of Lighthouse Point, the venue has acres upon acres of lush tropical landscaping which was the inspiration for the wedding decor. The old Florida architecture combined with the ocean view made a magnificent destination for this couple to say their vows. The bride carried a bouquet filled with green roses, green trick, baby orchids, phalaenopsis blossoms, and tropical greenery while the bridesmaids held miniature versions. The aisle was lined with bamboo, orchids, and large Monstera leaves leading up to an archway covered with more Monstera and touches of Allocasia and white phalaenopsis orchids. The early evening event with the ocean as the backdrop made for a stunning nuptial. Guests then proceeded to the Sea Room where more tropical blooms filled the space with both low and high centerpieces accented with gold. The warm white lighting along with glowing foliage projections certainly made this wedding a Florida fairy tale come true.

Venue/Caterer: The Hillsboro Club

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Planner: Breeze Taylor Events

Photographer: Jason Mize Photography