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Spotlight On: Diann Valentine

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Valentine is a firm believer in expressing yourself with a unique bouquet, like this spherical arrangement of cymbidium orchid petals she commissioned from Tic-Tock Couture Florals in Los Angeles.
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For Valentine's new show, I Do Over (on WE tv), she gives couples who had a disastrous wedding experience the chance to re-create their ceremonies. Here she turned this stone fountain into a decor installation of flower petals and candles.
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Oversized mirrors, dripping crystals and alternating chair-back treatments gave depth to this tented reception's decor.
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Ruffled fabric tufts add a subtle yet interesting touch to long banquet tables.
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For the same reception, Valentine highlighted the head table's chairs with ruffled satin and rosettes.
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Jeweled napkin rings accented the embroidery in these rich, plum linens.
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Individual blooms atop folded napkins are an elegant way to welcome guests to their seats.
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For another I Do Over wedding, Valentine commissioned a princess-inspired wedding cake of sugar flowers and fondant ribbon.
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For a jaw-dropping surprise, Valentine hung a circular crystal curtain, inside which the couple shared their first dance.

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For a Bahamas wedding, Valentine created a quilted picture-frame backdrop to complement the bride's light-pink trumpet gown. Photo By: Alison Duke Photography
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