The wedding of Dorothea and Josh had a design style best described as whimsical and romantic. ● Dorothea chose an extremely pretty bridal bouquet of white, ivory, and pink flowers with accents of greenery. The bouquet design included: peonies, roses, ranunculus, Matthiola, lisianthus, Queen Anne’s Lace, and eucalyptus. ● Her attendants carried similar bouquets designed with all white and ivory flowers. ● Dorothea and Josh exchanged vows underneath a magnificent garden-style chuppah. This was constructed with natural branches that were beautifully decorated with an exquisite design of flower blossoms and foliage. ● A simple, yet elegant display was arranged for the place card table. An array of candles was placed in several different candle holders made of clear glass and gold mercury glass. These were set at varied heights to create a unique sculpture effect.
For the reception, we designed three different centerpiece styles that added a great deal of variety to the beautiful ballroom setting. ● For the first design, tall gold candelabras held full and lush centerpieces of all gold painted foliage with gold painted curly willow branches. Colored lighting in the room created a deep purple accent on each display. ● The second centerpiece style consisted of tall glass vases filled with a multitude of pink orchid sprays, gold painted curly willow branches and dark green ornamental foliage. ● The final design was for the bridal party’s Royal Table. This was decorated with an exquisite tablescape design. A gold candelabra was placed at each end of the table. Hanging candles were suspended from the branches. A collection of candles in clear glass holders and in gold mercury glass holders spanned the length of the table. ● Finally, a soft touch of flowers topped the couple’s lovely wedding cake.
Venue: Temple Beth Am, Miami
Caterer: A Fare to Remember
Photographer: © The League of Extraordinary Artists – www.TheLXA.com by Vincent Hogan
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