By On Aug 06, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Not that you need a reason to put pretty flowers everywhere, but heres another one. This hanging flower installation, designed by florist Holly Chapple, created a stunning focal point right above the dance floor. "I love for the flowers to be on different levels, so the eye can move around and always see something beautiful," Chapple says.
To keep your wedding simple, forego traditional wedding invitations with their multiple envelopes, little pieces of tissue paper and endless font colours and style choices. Instead, get some good-quality stationary and print your own invitations from the computer. You can even hand them out instead of having to address envelopes and buy stamps.
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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