“Winter Wonderland with a Modern Twist and a Shot of Color” best describes this wedding. Walking toward an elaborate chuppah created from hundreds of white hydrangea, white feathers, and birch poles, the bride and her bridal party strolled down an aisle of deeply piled hydrangea blossoms and rose petals to simulate a walk on a snowy path. The bridal bouquet was a ball of deep pink roses, as I wanted her to be the only one carrying pink so it would really show up in the photos. The centerpieces ranged from a low, square arrangement to a 48” mirrored branch centerpiece with spheres of roses to a 7’ tall centerpiece with extra long pheasant feathers shooting out the top. After the cake was cut, the stage curtains were pulled back to surprise guests with a reveal of a white sofa lounge, complete with its own bar, as the couple’s monogram instantly appeared on the back wall!