Jonnaysa Kirkham gets the credit for Wedding Show perfection! You wanna talk about passion, energy and attention to detail???....she had all the bases covered and was relaxed, calm and smiling all day long.
This was the Spring Display using Tulips swirled under-water with a floating candle and lovebirds.
Couples with a tight wedding budget appreciate the simple, yet unusual centerpieces.Leslie Gilbert just sent me a few shots she took of our team's Heritage Ballroom on the third floor of the Lancaster Convention Center. Check out her blog for the 2nd floor team's display.
This was a guest table in our Winter display. We used white birch branches in our footed cylinder vase with crushed ice and white tulips. Tulips are one flower that continue to stretch and grow in the warmth of candles and the lighting in the room. These tulips definitely stretched that day!
In our Fall display we used a giant artichoke for the center of long tables that formed an X. It was filled with purple artichokes, Scarlet O'Hara Peonies, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, Purple Intergrefolia and Parrot Tulips.
It would be ideal for a small wedding where all the guests sit at one large table for a wedding feast, or as an over-sized Head Bridal Table.
It was fantastic working with a first-class team of Central Pa. wedding vendors.
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The event key will be: November22
As of today, Tuesday the 24th, they are still being prepared for publishing. But keep checking back in.
More images will be posted when I receive them.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Let's be mindful of all our blessings.