Is a black wedding dress ghoulish or glamorous? Some brides stand by their untraditional choice, and some wish they could do it all over again. What would you choose?
“Joy in looking and comprehending is nature’s most beautiful gift.” – Albert Einstein
April showers do bring May flowers, vacation planning and rsvp-ing to wedding invites. Whether traveling abroad or doing a road trip, don’t forget to stop along the way and appreciate/smell nature’s unique trees and flowers. When you return, you’ll impress your friends and loved ones with your vast knowledge on horticulture, or just plant life outside of New York.
Looking for creative and budget friendly ways to incorporate your ceremony flowers into your reception? Pomander balls are the way to go! These lovely arrangements are so much fun for our designers to create. Typically they are tied to the side of aisle chairs. After the ceremony is finished, they can be placed throughout the reception space or even hung from outside
The peak bloom dates are April 3 through 6. Can you believe the cherry blossoms draw over 1 million visitors to our nations capital each year?
We love using cherry blossoms for our wedding arrangements. They add such a beautiful vintage/ethereal look for the spring.
Check out the peak bloom information below!
First thought, umm yess! We found a great article in the NYT about couples who have to arrange their special day twice due to their family’s religious or cultural traditions. Check out this interesting podcast to explore whether anyone really needs two weddings and how to price accordingly.
This just in… One of the coolest chuppah structures we have ever seen! It was from a wedding at the New York Public Library. It’s made of books and hanging light bulbs from the center. We can’t imagine how much time was spent on creating this. Hopefully the books were recycled!
Photos were taken by Dave Robbins Photography. Check out these fantastic pictures.There are no photos with those IDs or post 622 does not have any attached images!