Friday, August 5, 2011

The HOTTEST wedding of the year!

It was a dreadfully hot week, exceeding 100 degrees most days. I was so nervous about the flowers holding up. An outdoor wedding at a family's beautiful home was just too tempting to stay inside! At the end of the day, my team did a great job at bringing out the flowers at the last possible minute, and they looked FABULOUS!

We worked with Scott Evan from Evans Audio Visual on creating the most GORGEOUS backdrop for "I Do's" I have ever seen! A gorgeous tented reception occured in the back yard with dinner catered by Hoaglin's Fine Catering. Beautiful bursts of yellows and ivories gave this wedding some Southern Belle charm. Evans brought in crystal and iron chandeliers that broke my heart they were so beautiful! I have stolen a few pictures to give you a sneak peek at this incredible day! Tonya put the finishing touches on everything and did a great job at keeping this whole shebang a SECRET!!! None of the guests knew the couple was getting married! I was honored to have worked with such a great team, for such a great couple!!!!

Adding fabulosity to your flowers, Tiffany


Circle City Designers said...

I meant to say "I STOLE THESE PICTURES FROM SCOTT EVANS".....He did the amazing chiffon on the front porch as well as the chandeliers...And I am sure a hundred other things that I don't know the details of! Thanks Scott for preview! Can't wait to get shots from the photographer!

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