The Farmer’s Table Boca Raton | Amy + Ash

 
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When Amy walked in it was hard not to adore her ... that smile, the vision, her organization!

If a bride comes in with a pretty clear overall vision it’s rare ... but I love it as we get to banter back and forth on ideas, containers, accents etc

The Farmer’s table is a hidden gem in Boca Raton ... I’ve eaten there a dozen times and never knew they had an event space! So we did a walk through and I was in heaven, it had the cross back chairs, wooden tables ... the whole ambiance is to die for!

So yet again I got to designing three different looks ... (seeing a pattern here?) we wanted the bridal party at one table, so decided to mix the rustic with the modern and use our lucite pillars and bridges with cascading candles and crystals. Mirrored boxes filled some tables with lush white blooms of roses, spray roses and orchids. Then to anchor the room and add height (without over powering it as the ceilings aren’t too high) we added a few high centerpieces!

Mixing the rustic woods of the venue with our sparkle from lucite, mirrors and crystals added elegance and panache to the room without fighting the stunning ambiance the room had to start with.

I asked Amy: “What was the most eventful moment?”

The moment I walked into my reception to have my first look. I was in awe on how we were able to execute the wedding in just 6 months. To see all of my guests gasp when they walked in and all the complements I received made all the tears and late nights worth it in the end.

“Favorite moment?”

The moment we had our first dance as husband and wife and we had our goddaughter and godson join us. Our god kids are like our own children and we’ve been in their lives since birth. They looked up at us and to have them dancing by our side on our wedding day was priceless.

 
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