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DESIGNING A BEAUTIFUL SUCCULENT PLANTER - TIPS & TECHNIQUES WITH HITOMI ...

Christina Burton-Fox AIFDfloral artist & instructor

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Nicole & Jason's Wedding Flowers 9-14-2013

 These are photo's I took after our set up for my son's wedding...Nicole's vision of a Vintage Chic design.  There are collections of antique vessels, family heirlooms, and unique details that were all about Family.  The Wedding and Reception was at Mildale Farm in Edgerton, Kansas, a unique venue.

 Lots of wonderful tea pots, cups and saucers, blue mason jars....just to name a few of the eclectic vessels that held fresh flowers.


 The Treat Room
 A special area was set up for a nice selection of treats for the guests...the bride and groom had a small cake set up on a vintage chest in the main room for the cake cutting.
 As you can tell, during the day it's quite bright in the venue....

 Cake Chest...a special place for the cake cutting and toss bouquet.
 Photo area...set for just a few or large groups.  The trunk is a family heirloom...my grandfather came to America from Italy with that trunk.  One of the special family items at the wedding.


 The Bar...6 bar top tables and a photo area with the couch and special touches to make that group photo one of a kind....and have fun!



 Flowers in the ladies and men's rooms....a wonderful built in shelf.
 Again all the samll details, special chairs, swags...a perfect head table for 6....set right in front of the dance floor.
Nicole tore and tied all of the rope with the assorted fabrics and lace...some vintage and some new right off the bolts....it had a great impact over the dance floor with the twinkle lights.

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