Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Most Incredible Bridal Show October 2011

Imagine Wedding and Event Planning at the Most Incredible Bridal Show.
October 23, 2011.


Floral Conservatory Photography

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of working with a fun couple. Check out the photo's below to see all the fun we had!

~ Imagine.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Custom Made Table Numbers

A few months ago, I wrote a few posts on some custom-made table numbers, and aisle markers that Imagine had made for Project Priceless. The whole idea for Project Priceless was for Jordan and Brian to get married for free, with donations, trades, and up-cycling. Their wedding took place in Ottawa Ontario on Aug 22 2011. Thanks to Laura Elizabeth Photography I can share with you a few of Imagines custom made decor pieces for their quirky day!

~ Imagine.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Blue Button Bouquets and more....

Recently I have had the chance to make a great blue and white bouquet for a client. This bouquet features over 130 stems of buttons! Also I crafted a matching button boutonniere for the groom.

Also this past month weve designed and created a Gardening set of boutonnieres and a set of Roughrider boutonnieres for our Saskatchewan football ball fans!

~ Imagine.

Monday, October 3, 2011

October at the Willow on Wascana

One the first week of October I actually got to attend my first wedding this year, as a guest only! But being the wedding planner, I always have to share the beautiful things that couple's choose for their wedding day!
This couple had a late morning wedding at the Regina Floral Conservatory. It was small, intimate, and a perfect little ceremony for family and close friends to enjoy.

The reception and dance took place at the Willow on Wascana! This beautiful venue was complete with twinkling lights and a large tent in case of rain (which we never had, thank goodness!).
They had a beautiful color scheme consisting of navy blue and cream, and they had the venue beautifully decorated by Creative Touch Wedding Designs. The head table was draped with satin linens and twinkle lights, while the guest tables had white tablecloths and navy blue with white organza runners.

For centerpieces this couple had white roses arranged in square vases that were draped in lace. Around the centerpieces there were also numerous tea light candles also done with lace.

We enjoyed a fabulous five course meal provided by the Willow, that was accompanied with wine tasting to match each course. After dinner we enjoyed a relaxing candle lit evening, and danced the night away with Danceland DJ's!