Creating a theme gives your guest something to expect and look forward to.  It all started with these adorable lollipop table cards, from the awesome confectionary store, See’s Candies.  I always, always, always, have mixed feelings about favors.  I love the cute way they tie into the party, but what do you do with the darn thing when you get home?  So, I am always a big fan of anything edible. These candy bags hit the spot and create a festive, thematic, keepsake that your guests can munch on while fondly replaying the wedding highlights over and over again.

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From Erica Rose : We loved working with Zahra's pizzazzy palette of purple, navy, and white. Zahra really wanted her guests to be able to enjoy their centerpieces at home for weeks after their wedding, so we put together a selection darling white mini dendrobium plants, in containers wrapped with dupione silk and filled with shimmery purple paper. For the buffet we used tulip magnolia which created a huge splash of purple lor, and her bouquet featured grape hyacinth which brought in the blue, sparkly lavender ribbon, and white cymbidium orchids to tie it all together. We were really goo-goo over that bouquet! It was just stunning!


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Congrats to the lovely couple! And, thank you to Erica Rose Designs and Planning Elegance for this wedding submission and Lynds Photo for the incredible shots!