Sunday, April 11, 2010

Last night's wedding was held at the beautiful Tlaquepaque Chapel. Sarah wore a magnificent cathedral length veil, so her entry was breathtaking! Sarah and Daniel had selected a very Zen design for their floral artistry with an emphasis on citron green and deep purple.
Sarah's bouquet was created with a hand made "Glamelia", cymbidium orchids and stephanotis on lily grass. A Glamelia is made by hand wiring gladiolus blossoms together to create a large format designer flower. It really accented her dramatic purple jewel necklace.

One of our wrought iron unity candle rental worked perfectly to display Sarah's gorgeous candle set on the Tlaquepaque alter.

The Heartline Cafe outdoor patio served as their beautiful reception venue. Beautifully landscaped, The Heartline Cafe offers a warm, rustic and inviting area for small intimate receptions.

Table decor included oversized 8" square glass cubes with river stones and a full stem of cymbidium orchids, accented with a "structure" of steel grass and tropical leaves.

As you can see, all this photo is missing are the guests (still at the chapel), candlelight and music. Congratulations to Sarah and Daniel!!

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