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walking into the unknown: designing events with intention

The bride asked for a simple and classic design. We incorporated scented garden roses with roses and touches of jasmine vine for that delicate touch or greenery. Calligraphy by Jenny @ A Fine Flourish

The bride asked for a simple and classic design. We incorporated scented garden roses with roses and touches of jasmine vine for that delicate touch or greenery. Calligraphy by Jenny @ A Fine Flourish

Copying what we have done in our daily lives works well for most things. I tend not to reinvent how I take a shower, make my bed or brush my teeth. As we have created efficient methods that have become routine.

Designing weddings and events can fall into the same patterns. I have been guilty of this, as it also can help with efficiency and ease. And shall I say that it allows clients to feel comfortable that we are not taking risks with their special event.

On the other hand, bringing in a couple elements that might have never been introduced before can not only make your client feel special, but create intention with design. New design elements reminds us that each one of our clients is unique and that all our designs have them at the forefront of creation.

To our future clients, allow us to take some risks and meld that into what you feel comfortable with. The combination of both allows for the most beautiful events we have ever created.

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oh my!

How amazing is this sneak peak of a recent wedding we did in Brennan's of Houston?  This photographer has slowly made her mark in the Houston wedding scene and I have absolutely loved watching her business grow.  She has the most amazing, feminine eye that captures the bashful, hearts shooting out of her eyes, in love, gushy side of a woman that no man can capture.  She's a gem for the wedding community and only hope more of my brides book her before she is fully booked for her 2016 season.  Go take a look at more of her work HERE.

Elisheva Golani Photography; Maxit Flower Design styling and flowers