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Kim and Rich at Barley Sheaf Farm

Kim and Rich celebrated their marriage in a modern, Fall reception held at Barley Sheaf Farms. They hired me to design their event and arrange their florals. It was interesting to incorporate as much Fall color, such as burgundies and rusts, with modern touches, like laser cut wood and brass table numbers. Yes, pretty much all of my events last year (and most this year) have a laser cut element to them. With a gazillion material options to choose from and a relatively low price point, it’s such a cool, new way to produce custom decor pieces. 3D printing is next. Who wants a completely 3D printed centerpiece??? Email me and let’s make it happen.

Under strings of globe lights, guests dined at tables filled with whimsical, flowing flowers of Autumn hues and a lot of texture. Pretty lounges from Maggpie Rentals lined the full wood dance floor under a big tent in the garden of Barley Sheaf Farm.

These beautiful images by Brandon Rodkewitz Photography  show the emotion-filled, joyous, wedding that I was honored to design for Kim and Rich.

Stop by later this week when I’ll show you a bit of the design process of their wedding with some images of us making a blank tent into a beautifully curated space.

Wedding Chicks was kind enough to feature the whole shebang.

Later this week – the design process and behind the scenes of taking a blank tent and turning into the pretty images you just saw.

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