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We had the pleasure a few weeks ago doing a completely custom setup for a wonderful bride and groom.  Her vision started with, grey, silver, ivory and blush. She loved the grey sateen chair covers with ties attached – as they go nicely in the room and accent with the stone wall.  She also loved the blush satin table clothes so she opted to upgrade to these linens from what the venue offered.  After choosing those two decor pieces all the other elements just started to come together.

Her invitations had lace so it was important that we incorporate a little lace into the entire vision.  We did so with lace wraps around the skinny vases around the main centerpiece which glowed once the floating candles were lit.  This was also carried onto the larger cylinder vases in the pockets of the stone wall.

The pockets are a large focal point at this particular venue.  Instead of doing a full backdrop and covering the pockets, we decided to try a new draping style and instead create a backdrop around the wall pockets.  Anything that goes into the pockets needs to really be size appropriate, as they are very large.  We had a little riser covered with a blush satin table cloth, a candelabra and the two cylinder vases with lace to bring everything that was in the guest area to behind the head table.

The head table and backdrop were draped with our champagne voile, to give a little contrast, instead of your basic ivory.  Icicle lights are on the head table for that romantic lighting feel that is so popular this year.  The guest tables have a silver candelabra and smaller candles to accessorize the table and complete the table scape.

Congrats to the bride and groom and happy planning to the future brides and grooms!

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