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Cranberry Wedding at the Cranbury Inn

Cranbury Inn is one of our favorite venues for weddings and last weekends wedding for Danielle and Jason ranks pretty high on our favorite decor list. Held just a few weeks before Christmas, this holiday themed wedding that included winter berry, holly, pine, red roses and of course, cranberries really set the mood for the holiday season. Below is the pretty table arrangement we created for the place card table. 
Next came the ceremony. Because the ceremony was held in the same location as the ceremony, the arch was the perfect way to anchor the "altar" and the floating Cranberries and hanging juliet candles looks so pretty lining the aisle.  
Imagine these when the lights went low.  
A touch of cranberries at the base of the Juliette holders were the perfect little touch to infuse a bit of red.  
During the reception the candle holders were now used to decorate the ledges along the outer edge of the ballroom adding a warm glow.  The centerpieces were created using red roses, red berries, winter greens and holly in a vase filled with cranberries, of course! 
The arch was now moved to frame the sweet heart table. So romantic, don't you think?  
Small but mighty centerpieces were the perfect touch on the tables without being too expensive.  
The long ledges are the perfect spot to add a bit of color and warmth along the edges of the ballroom by using the candle holders from the ceremony.  
What do you think about this Cranberry themed wedding at the Cranbury Inn. To see this and more of our wedding designs, be sure to visit our wedding website at www.perfectweddingflowers.com 

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