Quantum Leap

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Working with Sara was an absolute pleasure. She was a walk in to the shop, and we hit it off right away. We met for a consult and she signed immediately. Her ideas were clear, and she had most of her details planned before coming in. Her mother had been collecting mercury glass and votives for Sara’s wedding for awhile before bringing me on board. But it worked out perfectly. She was the most organized bride, bringing in individual boxes numbered for each table.
Her wedding took place at the beautiful Winter Park Presbyterian Church. We didn’t need to do much to bring her colors into the ceremony. Two alter pieces of pink garden roses, white and pink standard roses, pink spray roses, veronica, stock and white hydrangea in tall mercury vases. Along the aisle, a last minute addition of flowers tied onto the antique brass candleholders.
The reception was held at Quantum Leap Winery in Winter Park. It is a hidden gem in the city. With barrels lining the walls, and large silver casks off to the side, it is a perfect backdrop for an intimate reception. Her mother had gorgeous chandeliers brought in to hang above the oversized head table made up of 3 mahogany farm tables with a runner down the middle. The bouquets ran down the middle of the table after the wedding party arrived.
The reception tables were filled with floral, glass and candlelight. Each was a bit different, with details overflowing from a mothers love. Everything was gorgeous. Thank you Sara and Bo for letting us be part of your special day.

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