Friday, April 15, 2011

Wedding Studio - In Detail!

In one week, we will be celebrating the Grand Opening of our Village Vines Wedding Studio.
Over the past couple of weeks, I have watched each piece being designed and strategically placed around the studio to create a beautiful visual showroom.

Our studio offers a way for us to help each bride & groom visualize their flowers and decor before the day of their wedding. Being able to walk through our studio to find exact examples of the bouquet, centerpiece, ceremony arrangement, linen, or even the cake that you are envisioning will be a treat! From bouquet types, ceremony decor, centerpieces, invites, table linen and even a candy table - our studio offers everything a bride & groom could need to decorate on their big day!

On the first floor we've created an area filled with beautiful cakes displayed on a glass moss platform, an interactive invitation table, a beautiful assortment of bouquets, and many other decor options that fill the room and make it pop with colour! Natalie also has a beautiful room on this floor where she will meet with our new & current brides and show them around the studio - along with everything that village vines can offer them.

The second floor of our studio has become a reception hall. With each table in a separate colour scheme, we are able to help our brides see their colours, or style in at least one of our many tables. Each table displays beautiful linen covering to match a centerpiece, along with an invite, menu, place-card, and many table decor accessories. A bouquet, corsage and boutonniere are shown to match as well. The second floor has a great display of guest table and ceremony options as well - with both sites set up on this floor - it is also a great visual piece.

We hope that you are excited to come in and check out the studio! Make sure to stop in on April 23 - Next Saturday! We would love to see you!

To let us know you will be coming - join our facebook event at 
Check back for a GRAND OPENING follow up post! 

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