For many brides planning their wedding, they initially think of the reception. So get ready to put it in reverse and start at the ceremony. Instead of having your guests arrive at the ceremony and quickly ushered to their seats with program in hand, design the start of your wedding with impact right from the start – ‘the ceremony’. Remember you don’t have to wait until the reception to bring in flowers and decor.
Make the start of your wedding ceremony with an impact statement sure to greet your guests and tantalize their senses.
To demonstrate the look we would envision for the entrance to a wedding ceremony, we would like to introduce Heath Alan Ray, the creative director of Jackson Durham in Atlanta, Georgia. We met Heath in Atlanta last month when we traveled to speak at The Wedding Party by Atlanta Weddings Magazine, which took place at the stunning Georgian Terrace Hotel. Heath totally rocked his studio space at the show with this stunning floral arrangement including hydrangea, roses, tea roses, tulips, and large stunning stems of Phaleanopsis orchids. A truly stunning statement! BRAVO!
This arrangement would make a stunning entrance to a wedding ceremony. You could have this arrangement displayed on a 48 inch round table with an elegant specialty linen. The guest book could also be placed here for your guests to sign and write their sentiments. To enhance the entrance area you may want to add candles to create a warm glow, select a string quartet or harpist performing, a very romantic and fresh vision.
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