I had the privilege to see a friend shine last weekend.
It brings me joy to see my friends succeed and celebrate their success.
My friend, Jennifer, is one of the most talented, creative people I know.
She has such a unique way of using vintage items
in her home and in her business.
I LOVE that!
Jennifer has a floral design studio called Virtu in Senoia, Georgia.
One thing I enjoy about her style is she is always a trend setter with her vision.
One step ahead… creating the wheel in a fresh way… her way,
always with her clients in mind.
That’s what makes her designs so special.
Let me share with you my experience at the
Open House and Wedding Event.
This was where Jennifer used her floral design to create tablescapes
for future brides to be.
Isn’t this gorgeous?
She placed this over the amazing cakes!
I am loving the vintage chest painted white with the ruffle runner. I know I am not getting married again, but man, to do a vintage wedding would be so much fun!
Okay… my favorite… here is one of Jennifer’s tables!
Look at the vintage plates and mercury glass.
The blue bottles… they speak for themselves.
So cool… right?
Check out the use of color and vintage pieces here.
The milk glass make a statement with the green and purple hue.
Aren’t you loving this?
I wish I had pictures from a wedding I was able to help her with.
I honestly can say, it looked like a celebrity wedding.
All of the details… crystals, beads cascading down a waterfall,
cylinder vases filled with orchids, gardenias, etc.,
there was not a detail missed.
To see more of her designs and learn more,
Again, I am so proud of my friend Jennifer!
Not only is she talented,
she is a gem of a person too!
I am blessed to have her as a friend.