I am moving today!  We are just moving a few blocks down, but this is my 9th move in 9 years, so I am thrilled because it looks like we will be staying for more than a cup of tea, and hopefully forever! That being said, this week we will only be having one editorial on the blog, instead of the usual two posting.  Next week, when I have all my boxes unpacked, we will be back in full swing of things, and maybe even a surprise post here and there!

We are back today featuring the heavenly wedding of Reema and Jigar. Planned and executed by Working Brides, this reception does not disappoint. I have a *designer-crush* on the gals over at Partyland Flowers & Event Décor because this reception is striking meets elegant all tied up with an ethnic bow. Sachi Sood always comes up with amazing ideas for each and every Indian Wedding she does.  It is pretty spectacular.

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Some more details from Sachi over at Partyland : we created a 10' chandiler in the middle of the reception room, we also created 5' tall centerpieces that were flowers made into the shape of a pineapple, we uped the anty and hung roses off her mandap so they looked as though they were floating in air, we created a stage decor for the reception that reached the ceiling and most enjoyably we created something that had never been created before!

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Amazing isn’t it?!  Just wait, you won’t be able to take your eyes off this sweetheart table. It is definitely one of a kind.

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Images by Agie Photography

If you are looking for something to dream about over your cup of coffee check out Keith Cephus' blog.  There are a ton of stunning images that will keep you coming back for more.

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Images by Keith Cephus

What a lovely couple they make!  Thank you to both of the lovely photographers, Keith Cephus and Agie Photography, and a BIG thanks to Partyland Flowers & Décor.