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One Venue, Three Distinct Looks!

We had the opportunity to work with a fantastic team at Galileo Gardens in Winona where we designed three distinct themes for this stylized photoshoot.

Our first task was to incorporate the gorgeous ceiling draping of Galileo Gardens into our design. We did this by draping the entire wall with our backdrop sheers. Our first design – a beautiful blush wedding! For the background we added a second backdrop which included a crystal chandelier and some greenery by Gather Floral and Events for an extra special touch.

The head table was set up using blush chiffon fabric, adding a graceful quality to the design. The parent’s tables were dressed with a blush satin tablecloth and sheer ivory daisy sequins overlay giving an extra touch of sparkle to the décor.

A traditional flatware set and gold-rimmed charger plates with gold-rimmed stemware were used to anchor the tablescape, with lovely brush and burgundy florals and candles to top it off.

Our second design was a black and silver traditional, yet modern look. The black twinkle tinsel tablecloth provided a bit of glam with its glitter! Notice how the silver border of the charger plates, silver flatware and clear rhombic glassware all sparkle. The centrepiece provided a romantic setting with five tall candlesticks.

Last but not least was our very contemporary and chic design, with a sheer draping background accented by a gorgeous nine candlestick candelabra.

The head table is covered with a white satin tablecloth accented asymmetrically with different hues of blue chiffon fabric.

The guest table used our tall acrylic stands as the centrepiece, with gorgeous florals from Gather Floral and Events. The unique charger and bread plates are from our Wave collection. We couldn’t decide between the blue stemware or gold-rimmed stemware! Which do you prefer?

In the end, we were able to accent the strengths of this gorgeous venue with our stunning décor – 3 different ways! Which one is your favourite?

All images by @emphaarts


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