The head table was set up differently from the guest tables. Guest tables were void of yellow except for the yellow origami lilies. They also featured three different types of centerpieces: a tall, medium, and low. All centerpieces were designed with an Asian Zen theme.
Each table featured a photo table number of us.
Guests sat on silver chivari chairs with lavender, satin seat cushions.
The favors were small light yellow boxes that had Ferrero Rocher and Andes Mints in them. Each setting had our diy menu inserted into a folded napkin that had an origami lily tucked inside. Don’t ask why the coffee cups are on the table. We asked for them not to be on the table since we didn’t want it to be crowded. Oh well.
The tall centerpieces
The tall arrangement consisted of a tall square glass vase filled with frosted acrylic glass in the base. Tall curly willow branches sprayed out of the vase and was embellished with a combination of purple, hot pink, and lavender orchid blossoms out of the vase and twisting up the branches.
Assymetrial and clean, the medium centerpieces featured a dendrobium orchid bloom sitting on top of white LED lit frosted acrylic glass. Hot pink wire was also wrapped loosely around a medium height square container. These were a hit since four of them went missing by the end of the night!
These featured floating candles in a low, square container. Mokara orchids also floated.
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