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This table setting is called, “Ultra Modern.” This setting is for the bride that likes clean lines, pops of color and lives a little on the edge. You have glass table tops sitting on lit cubes which give the table a sexy and clean touch. Glassware is called the Calvin line; chargers are silver with white and glacier glass plates. To give the table texture we used burlap napkins in Oyster, and finished with flatware that will make any wedding guest say,”WOAH.” And, if the flatware doesn’t have your guests in awe then the chairs will. These chairs are called Panton Chairs and will definitely turn heads. The flower centerpiece is a work of art. Many small flower arrangements in different heights make one great floral display. Bright colors were added as well as deep dark tones to give a variety of colors to look at. A great way to add a little extra to your table setting is placing either a dinner menu, or in this case the invitation to the wedding on top of each setting. All photography done by FotoNuova Photography Studio, all rentals from Town & Country, flowers by Rosebud Floral, Stationary by Invitations by Ajalon, and table design by P.S. & Associates Event Planning.
This table setting is called, “Succulent Paradise.” This setting is for the more rustic and earthy bride. The table setting is set on a natural burlap linen with a succulent terrarium centerpiece and aloe vera leaves surrounding. Bringing cactus and other succulents into any arrangements give it the rustic feel. The plates are layered on a Antique Copper charger with the Gold Oplulence china. We added the Morocco line of flatware and Rustica line of glassware to give it extra warmth and richness. The table setting is then fished with a few cigars and Dark Gold Velour chairs to bring a touch of opulence to the table. All photography done by FotoNuova Photography Studio, all rentals from Town & Country, flowers by Rosebud Floral, and table design by P.S. & Associates Event Planning.
The Countdown has begun!
Engagement season has officially begun, and boy does 2012 look like the year to get married.
Once that ring is on that finger, it’s time to start planning, and yes let the stress begin. The last thing most couples think of before starting the planning process is hiring a wedding planner. Many times couples think it is an unnecessary expense. Let me tell you ladies, hiring a wedding planner will not only save your sanity, but will save your fiancé, bridesmaids and parents from many sleepless nights. Let’s not forget your wallet. Since YES, we are wedding planners ourselves and tend to be slightly biased, here is some advice from wedding industry expert and owner of Be Inspired PR!, Leila Khalil,
“You get what you pay for! SO when you don’t pay for a friend who is helping you out as your ‘day of stand in coordinator’ OR you find one that is only a couple hundred dollars…. guess what- it may not be that good of an outcome… There is a huge difference between a venue coordinator and a legitimate wedding planner.”
She also elaborates,
“A wedding planner goes beyond just the day-of the wedding. A planner will work with the couple for up to a year before the big day helping with everything from design, budget, stationary/invitations, finding and booking vendors, and reviewing or negotiating contracts along with coordinating everything the day of the wedding. A wedding planner is there to help reduce stress by managing and organizing all the details from start to finish. This is a great option for couples that want assurance that they are hiring reliable vendors and getting the most for their budget or have demanding busy lifestyles and schedules.
A wedding planner is there for YOU. It’s YOUR day and YOU deserve the best! A planner will not make decisions for you or take away the fun of planning, but she will be there to help you make informed decisions and to ensure that your plan is executed accordingly.”
We hope this gives you some more information on making the decision to hire a wedding planner. Start the planning process by calling a professional wedding planner (preferably P.S. & Associates Event Planning) to answer any questions about your wedding planning needs.
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