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Blessy & John Indian Wedding Reception Marriott Coral Springs7

Just Google “Fuchsia and Orange weddings” and you’ll see close to a million results instantly populate. Nothing says POP like the juxtaposition of these two vibrant colors, as they capture hues from the entire color wheel. Needless to say, we were thrilled to be designing Blessy and John’s wedding reception at the Marriott Heron Bay using these two popular colors.Blessy & John Indian Wedding Reception Marriott Coral Springs9 ere you turned, from the seats to the fabrics to the flowers, the room was covered in a succulent sea of fuchsia and orange. Enter if you dare…

The stage was designed using three gold carved pillars, draped in orange, fuchsia and gold satin pleated panels. A gold royal love seat was placed in front, along with two side tables, white & gold elephants, and large floral pieces to complement the overall color palette.

But the real magic happened where the guests were seated.

Blessy & John Indian Wedding Reception Marriott Coral Springs6Large gold tusks cascaded towards each other with hanging crystals, while the tusks overflowed with a lush bouquet of magenta phalaenopsis and cym orchids hung over the manzanita branches. Glass globes were delicately strung along at different heights and intervals from the branches across the table.

And that’s only half the story.

Underneath the tusks, the tables were adorned with clusters of vases sitting on a bed of rose petals. The vases were filled with silver crystal bands and topped off with floating candles. Other guest tables were adorned with a pilsner vase adorned with crystals and topped with a bouquet of mango mini callas, magenta phalaenopsis orchids and orange spray roses. Gold beaded chargers, fuchsia tafetta napkins, fuchsia chair sashes and orange seat cushions tied the entire room’s stunning look together.

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    I have a small backyard. Half of it is taken up by my kitchen garden (a rectangle plot) and with a cider block walkway dividing it from a rightangle triangle plot of weedy grass. I want to rip out the grass, widen and …ould like to know some ideas of an urban mixed use backyard. I'm a newbie, but willing to try within a limited budget. Photos and directions would be great. Live in Lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada. Thanks.

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