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Spotlight On: David Beahm

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David used inventive lighting effects to bring out the texture and dimension in these custom-created walls.

Photo: Courtesy of David Beahm Design
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Even in a traditional space like this ballroom, don't be afraid to incorporate edgy details like a modern lighting treatment to truly grab guests' attention.

Photo: Joanna Wilson Photography
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Monochromatic palettes like whites and golds benefit best from warm lighting like this soft-pink tone.

Photo: Joanna Wilson Photography
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For the wedding of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, David created an oversize escort card tree, which he says has become his signature design piece. Here he fashioned such an installation but played off the ceiling draping for an all-encompassing entrance statement.

Photo: Joanna Wilson Photography
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Wow guests from the moment they walk into the ceremony space with oversize aisle arrangements.

Photo: Joanna Wilson Photography
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A unique take on tall centerpieces, David elevated covered candles above each table for a modern but warm motif.

Photo: Donna Newman
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For a Louis Vuitton event, David kept a clean, modern aesthetic with clear ghost chairs, low centerpieces, and hanging crystals and votive candles.

Photo: Gregory Bach
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Tulips are a personal favorite of David's, thanks to their constant growth, motion and life.

Photo: Andre Maier Photography
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If you're hosting a destination wedding, consider embracing the local culture in everything from the menu and music to the furniture and decor!

Photo: Kathi Littwin

Spotlight On: David Beahm

Although this was an island destination wedding, David and the bride wanted to bring the spirit of Manhattan to the location. He created a tented lounge space in the vein of a New York supper club by incorporating Art Deco elements, like a hand-painted dance floor and club lamps for centerpieces.

Photo: Gruber Photographers

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