The beautiful Methodist Church, Downtown Orlando.
I love dressing the sweetheart table with something different than the guest tables. Sometimes rouching it is nice, but with this Burnt Sienna Floral Tinsel from Cloth Connection, you would just ruin all the fun by rouching. Likewise I love creating a single masterpiece for the sweetheart table. This wedding is no exception, although you can't see much of the grapevine log, it is an awesome base for an array floral to compliment the personals and the guest table centerpieces. Look for the grapevine log under my Lambert blog posted after this blog.
The cake table was flanked with the arrangements from the ceremony. 6 - 7' tall dragon wood trunk bases with an rich mix of pance mokara orchids, james story orchids, natural fall foliage and greenery, coffee colored hypericum berries and curly willow branches. The DJ which also provided start of the art LED lighting was by Soundwave Entertainment Systems.
The guest tables were dressed with a copper pintuck linen and Cabernet colored pintuck napkin and Mahogany chiavari chairs. The centerpieces were chunky oak branches securely attached to a moss covered base accented with glass gold, amber and espresso colored mosaic votive holders. An arrangement of pance mokara orchids, James Story Orchids, natural fall colored foliage and greenery filled the tree branches. Profesional design tip: tall centerpieces should never hinder your guest comfort and ability to converse freely across the table, you'll never find that in our designs.