The tall center pieces are perfect for weddings. It allows your guest to see around the entire table and spark up conversation with the guest on the other side.
I have been to many weddings where the flowers are right in front of your eyes when you sit down. This cuts/limits conversation with the guest sitting across from you.
Emily, Dan and the Bridal Party snuck into the ballroom during cocktails for a quick look and some pictures. They hirred Paul Prince from Thomas and Thomas Photography in Cleveland. (Cocktails took place in the foyer) The ballroom, but more so Emily's lovely cake brought tears of joy and happiness to her eyes. It's a moment that I will always remember. Autumn Bupp from Autumn's Cakes designed and made Emily's cake. Sadly, I do not have any pictures of her cake though. :(
After dinner was served we started into the formality dances. Emily's father gave her a strand of white pearls before they started the Father/ Daughter Dance. He told me it was an old family tradition that he wanted to keep alive.
Once the formalities were done and we opened the dance floor up to everyone, there wasn't a time the dance floor was empty the entire night. I had many request through out the night. When guest request songs, it gives me a little one on one interaction with them and lets me know the style of music they are looking for.
I also had several of their guest and even a couple groomsmen compliment the sound coming from the Bose speakers.
Once again I would like to congratulate Emily and Dan. I am sure our paths with cross again in the future.