What a difference lush linens and colorful floral arrangements can make in an LDS cultural hall. Jordan and Katelyn’s wedding paid homage to classic elegance. To start the transformation, my crew and I masked the walls and ceiling with white chiffon and specialty lighting, and then dotted the room with guest seating tables, gold chiavari chairs, and amazing blooms. The flowers were created by Celebrate Florals, and they were some of the most eye-catching flowers I have ever seen.

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Don’t these linens give a pop of color, or what?

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A wooden backdrop gives way to a simple and sweet dessert buffet.

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Jaw-dropping blooms adorn the wedding cake.

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Our black wrought iron columns create the perfect open and airy dance floor.

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We used a vintage birdcage, draped with flowers, to receive the cards.

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Adding a menu to the entrance of the buffet table is a great way to personalize your wedding reception.

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Guests were welcomed with a handmade sign.

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It’s fun to add photos and memorabilia to the guest book table.

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Say “Hello” to color!

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We added “better together” chalkboard signs to the back of the bride and groom’s chairs.

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Here is a closer look at those stunning desserts.

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Strawberry cheesecake trifles anyone?

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We used a stunning gold crystal chandelier, just dripping with elegance.

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A great way to mix up the space is by adding long tables to your reception.

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These colorful paper fans added a touch of whimsy to the entrance.

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Even the punch and lemonade matched our color scheme.

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Do you see the gorgeous succulents hiding amid the blooms? They add great color and texture.

I hope you found inspiration in viewing the images of Jordan and Katelyn’s wedding reception!