September 13th, 2012

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The wedding of Jessica Kravits and Eli Share was held at the Ravenswood Billboard Factory. They said their “I do’s” as they stood under a chuppah topper that Eli’s great-great-grandmother brought over from Russia in the 1800′s.

Jessica carried a bouquet that comprised of fully bloomed white polo roses, ivory spray roses, white dahlia, and white mums and all tied off with a satin diamond white ribbon. 

“Thank you for the gorgeous flowers and decor you provided. Everything looked perfect and was exactly what we had dreamed of and more. The set-up and changeover were just seamless and guests were truly wowed by the elegant simplicity of the floral and how it all tied together so beautifully. A special thank you for turning Eli’s heirloom chuppah topper into the beautiful focal point of the ceremony, and how carefully you handled it. It was appreciated by all.”

The centerpieces were a stunning trio of simple monochromatic and mono-botanical flowers surrounded by water with floating candles on top. A special accent was a mounded limelight hydrangea lined with a green ti leaf to finish off the look of these tables.

 

It was a very touching when Eli took a moment to  send Jessica beautiful flowers the night before the big day!

 

All photos were taken by Jeremy Lawson.

 

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