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Lucky in Love 💛

Its always an honor to be apart of any event or someone's special day, but a wedding has an unique place in my heart. A couple's biggest day, the celebration, all the preparation and money that goes into making sure that it's their version of perfect and it goes on without a hitch. That is where I come in for this Lucky in Love couple. When Cyndi came to me about decorating I was all in before she could finish asking me to be their wedding decorator. This was the first wedding that I had more than just tablescapes to execute. I was in charge of crafting a picture frame photo prop, sweetheart table initials, flower girl basket. a bouquet with bling and boutonniere with style to match both Brides' personality 😉.


The color scheme of gray, shades of yellow and a touch of sparkle were perfect for this 7-7-17 summer wedding. Cue the pictures:

Yellow, silver/gray, and white flowers with faux florals and a bling base and broaches for the bouquet.



KD loves baseball but more importantly her Boston Red Sox. When I saw the Red Sox charm I knew it was perfect for her. 


Tulle, chiffon, organza silk, vintage chic and sparkly details for the main centerpieces. 

 Southern Jeweled, is the perfect venue for a vintage chic ambiance. 

What a prefect ending to an amazing day. Congrats Mrs. & Mrs. Johnson! 

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