Last weekend we were very lucky to have worked with Event planner, Manager & Producer
– Roey of Newington group for a Jewish Wedding. Must say that using an Event planner for a
Wedding is by far the best decision a bride could make, It eliminates any stress (bridezilla moments)
and of course would make your Wedding run like clockwork!
Newington group were so well organised and did not miss a beat when planning the Wedding for Shani & Noam last weekend. Every detail was taken care of the Cars, cake, Reception venue, catering, Chuppah canopy, decorations, flowers and so so so much more!!
http://www.newingtongroup.com.au/ – Event planner & producers.
I have attached a few pics of the Flowers, chair covers, Table centrepieces & Chuppah ( Huppa) set up
The ugly brown lounges we jazzed up with some gorgeous White faux fur throws
and satin lime green cushions, the tables were arranged with Martini vases, Monstera leaves, singapore orchids, crissies, Lime gladiolus & purple Dendrobium orchids with with a lime green base was very effective!
We also used a lime green table runner on a white table cloth with votive candles & orchids & Anthurium scattered for a Zesty, classy look!The Table centrepieces were round fishbowls with specially made Lemongrass candles
(Thanks Sharon!) with a wreath of White lillies, Singapore orchids, Privet berries & Dendrobium orchids..
The White draped chair covers with lime green organza sashes and dark purple berry beading was a great finishing touch and the colours worked so well together..
The bridal table feature Long and low included white lilies, Lotus pods, Celosia, Tuber roses & Pearl beading
The two tier cake with cake topper in white & green flowers lillies, dendrobium orchids, amarillis, and
Classic teardrop bouquet- white lily, green and white dendrobium orchids & lime roses St patrick lime roses..
This Outdoor Wedding ceremony at Randwick racecourse was So Amazing
with the lighting added to the Chuppah!
Thanks Newington group for sharing this gorgeous photo we love it..
Posted by lina on 16 March 2010