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Kelly and David | Temple Beth-El | April 13th, 2014

May 7, 2014

For this gorgeous Sunday wedding our beautiful bride carried a bouquet of the first white peonies of the season, Vendela roses, cream tulips, white freesia, and white lisianthus.

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The groom had a complimenting boutonniere made of white freesia.

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The adorable flower girl carried something a little different down the aisle. We attached a nosegay of white freesia to a soft, plush teddy bear for her to carry and keep as a memento of the special day.

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They celebrated their marriage at Temple Beth-El under a simple draped chuppah. We attached four lush badges of white hydrangea, white lisianthus, Vendela roses, white stock, white peonies, and draping Italian ruscus to each leg to frame out the bride and groom.

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A magical atmosphere met you as you entered the ballroom. The guest tables had a mixture of tall and short arrangements made up of green hydrangea, purple freesia, purple tulips, purple Dendrobium orchids, purple lisianthus, lavender lilac, and wax flower. The arrangements were in our gold metal vases with a collection of mercury glass votives placed around the base.

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The reception had very unique and stunning statement pieces provided by Raemie Jones with Cover That Up. Placed in the corners by the dance floor towering LED trees, lit with purple up-lighting to fit the beautiful color scheme, created a magical backdrop.

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In the middle of the ballroom was an elegant cake created by Cathy Young (we know it had to be delicious!). A mounded cake topper with very small tucks of purple dendrobium orchids on each layer was finished of with a matching bouquet placed at the base that doubled as the bridal toss bouquet.

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A special thanks to Celeste Wall, wedding planner extraordinaire, for including us in the plans for this stunning wedding. We loved working with her as well as Raemie Jones with Cover That Up! Her linens are always perfect and we especially loved her LED trees.

Photographer, Chantel Nasits provided us with these gorgeous photos. We hope to work with this class A group of ladies again real soon!

 

 

 

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