The month of November started with four consecutive weddings at The Farm at South Mountain. The Farm at South Mountain venue features a grove of pecan trees, large grassy spaces, bright blooming flowers and enchanting rustic elegance.
We also worked with the McHardy couple on their wedding at Copperwynd Resort. The view and backdrop to the McHardy’s ceremony was voted OpenTable Diner’s Choice Top 100 Best Scenic Views. Check out the image gallery for a behind the scenes look at Table Tops Etc. team member Alan, adding flowers to the Sanctuary Columns before the ceremony.
We also worked with Celebrations by Amy Bacon on this amazing Persian Wedding at Four Seasons Troon. The ceremony set up is called a Sofreh.
Floral Keepsakes design studio in Phoenix specializes in floral preservation so you can remember your special occasion for a lifetime. Check out this Table Tops Etc. original bouquet that Floral Keepsakes preserved for our bride from last spring!
Table Tops Etc. finished up the month of November with a magical Eastern Indian Wedding. Traditionally Eastern Indian Weddings consist of multiple days.
Day 1: Mendi Night
Day 2: Vidhi, Garba Night
Day 3: Wedding Celebration
Day 4: Wedding Reception
We snapped some cellphone pictures during setup but we are excited to see the photos that Wedding Photographer Robert Westerman took through out the celebrations. We owe a big THANK YOU to Sloane Hanson from Got You Covered. She served as planner for this event and was so amazing~!
Vendors: Photographer is Robert Westerman – Venue is Double tree Paradise Valley hotel – Sloane Hanson with Got you Covered.
Now that November has come to an end we are looking forward to December! We love keeping you all informed and we are so excited to be taking you along for the ride with us. Check back on our blog for our October Recap post! In the meantime, make sure you LIKE us on Facebook and FOLLOW us on Instagram for daily floral inspiration!