On August 3rd Tropical DMC contracted us for our driftwood tree arch for a wedding ceremony at the Gansevoort Turks and Caicos. Deep purple is not a palette we see that often, Adriana and Philip you pulled it off beautifully! See the rest of this gorgeous glam wedding on Brilliants blog.
While my assistant packed up, I quickly rushed over to see what Environmental Arts and wedding planners Nicole and Linda from Hopple Popple, had been hard at work on. The reception looked flawless; driftwood took center stage on each table, the worn and sun bleached greys were balanced beautifully with floral arrangements of white blooms, pale pink peonies, and delicate splashes of green and coral colored buds. Fabric lanterns hung in clusters from the timber roof, dark espresso chivari chairs, and embroidered tablecloths added elegance to the simplicity of the space. After these few quick snapshots on my phone, we rushed down the beach, and loaded our gear onboard Beluga. Our dear friend Captain Tim had come to our rescue as we had missed our 5pm boat while applying the finishing touches. Just as the guests began to arrive we were sailing off into the sunset. A great way to end the day.