We started off by brainstorming our tree’s theme, and definitely wanted something that kept within our wedding-related business! After deciding on a “White Winter Wonderland” design, we chose to keep our decorations in an all white scheme with glittery accents to make the tree really sparkle.
Our staff took a field trip to the Flower and Home Marketplace in East Earl, PA. They had an incredible selection of flowers, decor, and holiday accents! Designing your own floral arrangements or centerpieces for your wedding? We highly recommend you check this place out!
We purchased crystalized branches, winter berries, and silvery ting ting to create a spray on the top of the tree.
Using flocking spray gave our tree a hint of snow. We then added white lights, silvery ornaments, white deco mesh, silvery ribbon, and lots of other accents and were thrilled with the results!
The event organizers at the festival set a price for each tree, wreath, and gingerbread house, which are then made available for sale to further benefit the children of the Institute. We are hopeful that our Wedding411 tree adds to their grand total.
To find out more about the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees, visit our event page: http://www.wedding411ondemand.com/events/kennedy-kriegers-festival-of-trees-november-28