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Italian Home For Children: 2012 City Lights Gala

Paris, the city of light, was the perfect theme for the annual Italian Home for Children's City Lights Gala.  Event Planner SD Events created a warm and inviting nod to Paris with towering street lights and an impeccable Eiffel Tower ice sculpture.

From SD Events: "On Saturday, April 28th, the Italian Home for Children had its 3rd annual City Lights gala at the Fairmont Copley Plaza. This year, City Lights honored Jack and Marci Williams and was sponsored by David and Barbara Manganaro. With the help from Event Chair, Rosemarie Rudin, and her hard working committee, the event successfully raised over $417,000 for at-risk children of Boston through sponsorships, ticket sales, silent and live auctions and donations."

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The Details

Event Planning: SD Events/ Photography: Allegro Photography

Venue: Fairmont Copley Plaza/ Floral Design: Louis Barry Florist/ Decor: Prop Factory/ Entertainment: Scratch, Boston Baby Dolls/ Photobooth: MVS Studio Inc./ Dessert: Dave's Espresso/ Dessert Cookies: Susu's Bakery/ Ice Sculpture: Adrianna Signore/ 

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Italian Home For Children: 2012 City Lights Gala

Paris, the city of light, was the perfect theme for the annual Italian Home for Children's City Lights Gala.  Event Planner SD Events created a warm and inviting nod to Paris with towering street lights and an impeccable Eiffel Tower ice sculpture.

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Sweet Cape Cod Wedding

Connie Nye Clark of The Perfect Plan brilliantly coordinated this casual Cape Cod inspired wedding using touches such as paper lanterns and Adirondack chairs. The orange, yellow, and green color palette played perfectly off of the gorgeous surroundings. The reception was tented, giving guests easy access to the scenic private estate with the feel of an elegant indoor venue. There was no shortage of delectable looking hors d'oeurves, and a wide variety of desserts including pastries, chocolate covered strawberries, cupcakes and of course a small traditional wedding cake for cutting!  The couple was the epitome of summer style with the groom in a linen suit and the bride with a flower in her wavy hair.  Simple and sweet, this bright and tasteful celebration near the water was full of Cape Cod charm!

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Sweet Cape Cod Wedding

Connie Nye Clark of The Perfect Plan brilliantly coordinated this casual Cape Cod inspired wedding using touches such as paper lanterns and Adirondack chairs. The orange, yellow, and green color palette played perfectly off of the gorgeous surroundings. The reception was tented, giving guests easy access to the scenic private estate with the feel of an elegant indoor venue.

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pretty pastel bridal tea

This bridal tea planned by Pamela D'Orsi Ryan Events couldn't have been sweeter.  From the super stylish pastel color palette, to the vintage teacup and teapot vases, to the monogrammed sugar cubes, not a detail was untouched.  Be inspired by this impeccable event!

 

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pretty pastel bridal tea

This bridal tea planned by Pamela D'Orsi Ryan Events couldn't have been sweeter.  From the super stylish pastel color palette, to the vintage teacup and teapot vases, to the monogrammed sugar cubes, not a detail was untouched.  Be inspired by this impeccable event!

 

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Sayles Livingston Design

 

Some people arrive at their career destiny by plan and others by passion. In the case of Floral Designer Sayles Livingston, it seems to be a little of both. With a Masters Degree in Plant Sciences from the University of Rhode Island, Sayles started out with a garden design and field cut flower business while also operating a greenhouse with her husband, until one day when a friend who admired her garden asked if Sayles would arrange the flowers for her wedding and the rest they say…is history. Sayles discovered she had an innate talent for creating amazing floral designs and beautiful weddings and events and she soon gave up all other business pursuits to concentrate on what she loved most.

With a stellar career spanning the past 15 years, Sayles Livingston’s work has won numerous awards, has been seen on TV and has been featured in over 30 national magazines including In Style Weddings, Town and Country, Bride’s Magazine and Country Living in addition to countless regional publications including Bliss Celebrations! Her extraordinary floral designs have been described as “lush, lovely and romantic as well as modern, creative and innovative” and her combination of knowledge and artistry is notable.

Brides are some of the toughest critics and all agree calling her creative, perceptive, amazing and insightful and honoring her with WeddingWire’s Bride’s Choice award two years running (that is the top 5% of wedding pros nationwide) so when terms like “visionary talent” and “flawless execution” are tossed around you know Sayles has once again exceeded expectations ~ something she is known for as you'll see in this small sampling of her amazing floral artistry. You can enjoy more by visiting her web site sayleslivinstonflowers.com and her blog Fresh Cuts  ~ Enjoy!

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