By On Aug 11, 2018 Wedding Ideas
This jaw-dropping vessel filled with forsythia branches, created and designed by event producer David Stark, proves that elegant can be fun. "While it is a serious day of great importance, a wedding can also include levity and a wink and a nudge," Stark says.
Youre more likely to see mirrors like these on your vanity than at a wedding, but wedding planner Diann Valentine gave them a whole new purpose -- as hanging ceremony décor! With a few fresh pink flowers, the silver-framed mirrors added depth to the pinked-out space and made a creative alternative to chandeliers to add sparkle to the ceiling.
Glamorous is the perfect adjective to describe this vignette of flowers, mirrored pedestals and votive candles at this reception designed by event planner and producer Bryan Rafanelli, who says he loves to create surprises a little bit outside of the expected for his clients. The mirror effect creates a warm glow from the candlelight and the illusion of tons of white flower petals.
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