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Monday, January 25, 2010

a wedding weekend!


What a weekend! We are back from Palm Beach and are fresh off a great event with our friends over at The Wedding Library.

The Wedding Party Palm Beach - a glamorous all-day affair for Florida’s most discerning brides – was held at the beautiful Breakers hotel last Sunday.

Taylor Creative was all over the scene, partnering up with Claudia Hanlin and Jennifer Zabinski of The Wedding Library to create a luxurious bridal lounge and a stunning table design for the VIP luncheon as well as outfitting The Wedding Library’s personal showcase and providing the lounge pieces for the day’s featured speakers, Darcy Miller, Mark Badgley and James Mischka.

Check out the photos below (courtesy of the fantastic photographers over at Elan Artists and our very own Elle Can) to see our gorgeous rentals in action!

Break the all-white tradition and go for modern glam with our Cube Table Pattern. Paired with our Glossy White Bellini chairs the black and white combo creates a stand-out reception seating.

Darcy Miller, the elegant editor of Martha Stewart Weddings, hosted special guests Mark Badgley and James Mischka in our sleek Hudson Sofa and Chair.

Keep lines clean with our clear Victoria Ghost chairs - paired with our glass Cube Table and simple florals, this setting is the ultimate in minimalist chic.

Brides were able to relax on our luxurious Madison Banquettes - whether used for lounge seating or to create a sweetheart table, these beautiful high-backed sofas add an elegant touch to a traditional ballroom or a modern loft.

If you weren’t able to make it to the Palm Beach Party, be sure to catch us next month at The Wedding Party New York. Click here for more details!

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