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Spotlight On: Bryan Rafanelli

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Clear vases and mirrored accents give white floral schemes a clean, monochromatic effect.

Photo: Barbara Kinney Photography
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Varying heights of paper lanterns add dimension to tented receptions.

Photo: Claudia Kronenberg Photography
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For the Louis Vuitton store opening at Copley Place in Boston, Bryan hung dozens of gold chains from the ceiling, which reflected light for an all-around shimmering effect.

Photo: Matt Teuten Photography
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Bryan projected floral images around this reception space, a modernist's dream, rather than using traditional arrangements.

Photo: Aviran Levy Photography
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Tall sprigs of wildflowers are a refreshing take on spring centerpieces and work especially well at long banquet tables.

Photo: Cheryl Richards Photography
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If you're having a tented reception, find ways to highlight the natural landscape, like Bryan did here by lighting the surrounding trees in bright, vibrant colors.

Photo: Matt Teuten Photography
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Bryan highly recommends investing in quality linens, a detail often overlooked. Luxurious lace, brocade, or embellished fabric completely transforms not only your tables, but your overall wedding feel.

Photo: Mathew Horton For Artist Group Photography
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Perfect for a bridal shower or morning-after brunch, these textured vases filled with hyacinths and calla lilies are a unique take on tablescape composition.

Photo: Cheryl Richards Photography
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For a touch of whimsy, Bryan created a butterfly terrarium to house this escort card display.

Photo: Ron Lynch Photography

Spotlight On: Bryan Rafanelli

When Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky married outside Astor Courts in Rhinebeck, New York, Bryan and famed florist Jeff Leatham played up the gorgeous Hudson Valley scenery by creating a wisteria-vine huppah accented with green viburnum, white stock, and pale-lavender roses.

Photo: Genevieve De Manio Photography

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