Event Stylist

Blush Pink & Gold

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Choosing the right color theme

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Your color scheme for the wedding has the power to set the vibe – so choose wisely.

Focusing on the color theme early on is important to ensure that everything else obtained for the wedding is well coordinated and suited to the wedding as a whole.

Start with your favorite shade then compliment it with a secondary color.  Google the combinations and get many ideas.  Then work with those to personalize your wedding and make it your own.

Wedding Favors

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Planning and choosing your Wedding Favors

The tradition of distributing wedding favors is a very old one. It is believed that the first wedding favor, common amongst European aristocrats, was known as a bonbonnieres.  (a small trinket box made of crystal, porcelain or stone)  The contents of these precious boxes were generally sugar cubes or delicate confections, which symbolize wealth and royalty. (In this era, sugar was an expensive commodity and was treasured only among the wealthy. It was believed that sugar contained medical benefits).  As the price of sugar decreased throughout centuries, the tradition of providing gifts to guests reached the general populace and was embraced by couples of modest means.

As sugar became more affordable, bonbonnieres were replaced with almonds.  For centuries, almonds were commonly distributed to wedding guests to signify well wishes on the bridegroom’s new life. In the thirteenth century, almonds coated with sugar, known as confetti, were introduced. Confetti soon transformed to candied almonds, which later evolved into the wedding favor for modern day weddings.

Traditionally, five almonds are presented in a confection box or wrapped in elegant fabric to represent fertility, longevity, wealth, health and happiness.

Today’s thank you gifts to guests are commonly known as wedding favors and are shared in cultures worldwide. Gifts may also be personalized with the couple’s names, initials or wedding date.

Wedding Magic & Sparkle

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When I was setting up a wedding the photographer was also there checking his light and the venue.  He was elated and began to tell me that by my using the lights on the tables it will make his “Photos Pop”.

Lighting, Up lights, Garland lights, Tulle with mini lights = Wedding Magic.  I have to agree that creating magic is helped with the right lighting.  Not too much, just the right amount.  Here is a little proof:

an Event Stylist tranforms a room

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My favorite thing about being a  Stylist is the transformation of the room.  Too see the vision become reality.

  • Conceptualizes and articulates your desired vision into a celebration you, your family and guests will remember forever.
  • Works hand-in-hand with you to turn your vision into a harmonious celebration within your budget

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  • Create your vision through flowers, fabric, props, balloons, candy, etc.
  • Puts forward ideas on how to personalize your event through custom-made details.

A Stylist develops client’s desired theme or vision into reality through:

  • Color of design and themes
  • Centerpieces
  • Favors
  • General Decor (linen, backdrops, balloons etc)
  • Candy Buffets

Impact is a stylist goal!