Venue: Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
Photographer: Munoz Photography

Stefani’s classic, all-white bouquet was designed with peonies, roses, baby orchids, lisianthus, and miniature calla lilies.  Her bridesmaids held pretty gathers of roses, hydrangeas, and stock. Rich wore a white miniature calla lily boutonnière.  ●  The couple exchanged vows during a lovely outdoor wedding ceremony.  ●  They were married beneath a romantic canopy designed with soft drapes of fabric. An opulent crown of white and ivory flowers was set along the top and continued down one side of this beautiful structure. Each post was appointed with a petite gather of coordinating flowers. A crystal chandelier was suspended underneath to add to the elegant setting.  ●  The entrance to the aisle was enhanced by a gorgeous pair of floral arrangements set on tall silver urns.

A magnificent display was designed for the place card table. A tall crystal tree was lavishly decorated with orchids along its branches. A lush arrangement of flowers and a collection of candles were placed at the base.  ●  For the reception, we designed two centerpiece styles that were alternated throughout the ballroom. The flower selections included: roses, hydrangeas, orchids, and stock with accents of green amaranthus. Hanging strands of crystals added a touch of sparkle to each display.  ●  Stefani and Rich sat at a sweetheart table that featured a cascading floral display of the same selection of flowers used in the guest table centerpieces.  ●  Delicate placements of phalaenopsis orchids provided the finishing touch to the couple’s exquisitely designed cake.  ●  A unique display of organza fabrics was draped across the ceiling over the dance floor in a carousel design. Long strands of miniature lights were interwoven with the fabric to create a soft, starlike effect.  ●  An amazing party atmosphere was created in the ballroom by our state-of-the-art LED lighting system which was set to alternate between hues of blue, purple, and pink lights.

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