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Bringing the Ranch to the Southwest School of Art

March 22, 2016

This is the year for gorgeous rehearsal dinners! We had the pleasure to help kick off the weekend right for this great couple.  There were so many personal touches and details the Groom’s family put into this to help make it even more special.  Rustic has never been more elegant!

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A portion of the guest tables had unique arrangements of hydrangea, callas, orchids, succulents, roses and pincushion protea created in wood cork containers.  Each arrangement included antlers that were provided by the Grooms family and thornless cactus were used as place cards.

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The remaining guests tables were equally as stunning! Antlers, tucks of flowers, limestone, copper votive candles and tall iron candelabras ran the length of the 30 foot table.   Orchids, succulents, hypericum berries, callas, roses, de-petaled sunflowers and pincushions added great texture to the table. It was a magical site to see!

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The head table had a large iron tree wrapped with honeysuckle vine, hanging candles, tucks of flowers and antlers around the base.  Each place setting had a wood slice charger and a pheasant feather to give it more of a personal touch for the bride and groom.

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The place card table featured handmade shotgun shell holders and was flanked with 2 large arrangements  of lilies, orchids, roses, green trick, hypericum berries, sunflower centers, pincushions, callas and greenery.  We incorporated provided antlers as well as two taxidermied quail that the Grooms family brought in.  All of these items helped personalize their special night!

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One Comment leave one →
  1. kat permalink
    March 31, 2016 11:31 am

    I love the cactus place cards. so creative!

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