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It’s that time of the year again; the time when there is so much decorating, cooking, parties, glitter and celebrations with family and friends.  We spent this week decorating a venue to create their seasonal holiday look for all of the Christmas parties that are coming up over the next month or so.  We will update the blog shortly with some nice night shots with the lights on.

Every year we change the colors of all of the trees and add a little more then previous year.  We love to surprise all of the guests with different colors and looks from the previous years.

This year, with burlap being so popular as well as the country, rustic look; that is what we opted for the tree in the main lobby area, garland over the fireplace and numerous other the garlands and wreaths throughout.


Our second tree in the smaller hall we decided to keep simple and elegant doing the classic silver with a light mint green accent.  This color is so soft and makes you feel like you are looking at simple elegance.


Last but not least the main hall tree.  This tree was planned based on a large wedding that is taking place the week before Christmas.  A holiday bride, who in keeping with the season is doing a white, black and gold wedding.  This tree is non traditional but perfect to express a more modern look with that glitter that everyone loves.  I can’t wait to post photo’s of the December wedding and the tree to match.