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Wow! It's June and It's Busy!

Thought I'd share some pictures from our very busy weekend!! Five weddings, 4 Mitzvah, 2 showers, 1 anniversary party, 2 Walk-a-thons and 2 sweet sixteens! I may be forgetting something! This picture above if from a garden wedding at Chauncey Center. Simple violet plants in purples and blues in silver mint julep cups. Truly simple but elegant!!
Wow! That's a long table. Elegant white flowers create a runner at this event at Salt Creek Grille, located right here in the Village near our shop! This one will be a personal favorite of mine. No wonder the client was happy!
This balloon arch was designed by our Event Coordinator David!! He builds them tough and he builds them fast. This was for the Kidney Walk that took place on Sunday, also here in the Village! These cool Chocolate Brown and Pearlized Pink balloons decorated the Nassau Room at the Westin Hotel, also here in the Village. Yes, we actually did leave the Village this weekend but it pays to be so close to hotels and restaurants! These funky topiaries were created a for a shower held at the gorgeous Rats Restaurant at Grounds for Sculpture. They were simple moss balls above with green cymbidium orchids and orange tulips below! Christopher from Rats loved them and we love working there! Thanks for the referral Christopher!
These cool arrangements were created for our bride Andria who got married at Grounds for Sculpture on Saturday. She was forced by the weather to exchange her vows but with all the cool, natural elements we provided, it was like being outside! These tropical floral centerpieces were for a "Jungle" themed Mitzvah at Tre Piani on Saturday. Each table was different and they really made a splash!
We really loved the colors on this Sweet 16 themed decor. The table cloths had a zebra pattern and the black, white and rose colored balloons looked fantastic. This party was held at Cherry Valley Country Club! Sean's parents were so much fun to work with. I'll always remember his dad saying "I'm a cop from Hamilton" when explaining that he wanted fun but affordable balloon decor for Sean's Football Themed Mitzvah. I also enjoyed working with him because his "Plan Early and Nothing To It But To Do It" Football Coach mentality worked well with my "Make Up Your Mind Already" attitude! :o) This event was held at the Bucks County Sheraton in Langhorne, PA.
Hope you enjoyed some pictures from this past weekends events!!
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