By On Aug 04, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Its like the elegant wedding version of a disco dance floor. Planner and event designer Preston Bailey and his team created this dance floor that lit bright yellow and purple flowers from underneath to create a serious pop in the middle of the room. Its a complete room transformation like this that makes us love weddings. "My favorite way to wow the guests is to create something they have never seen," he says. "Ultimately, I always try to push the limit of whats new and different.
For the simplest wedding, have it early in the day. Your ceremony can take place mid-morning and then your reception could follow as an easy lunch buffet. Venues are typically less busy during the morning hours and you can leave right after your reception and get to your hotel just at check-in time.
Tons of all-white orchids floating above the tables seem to defy gravity in this hanging centerpiece by floral and event designer Nancy Liu Chin. But beyond its beauty, this design is also pretty practical -- elevating the centerpieces above the table leaves space open for guests to mingle! “Over-the-top, but functional,” is a trend that Chin embraces in her modern-yet-elegant designs.
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