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Spotlight On: Marcy Blum

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For Katie Lee and Billy Joel's wedding, Marcy created a quaint Tuscan farmhouse feel on the couple's 15-acre Long Island, New York, estate.

Photo: Gruber Photographers
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Tall, extravagant centerpieces pack more of a punch when placed sporadically throughout the reception space, and low, full centerpieces at the tables allow guests to chat more easily.

Photo: Eliot Holtzman Photography
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Because this bride opted out of a morning-after brunch, Marcy devised a lavish breakfast-to-go bar, where guests built their own takeout bags of pastries and organic Bloody Mary mix.

Photo: Eliot Holtzman Photography
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Marcy is a big believer in incorporating surprises into the food you serve, like this tower of chocolate eclairs topped with sparklers. 

Photo: Carlos Baez Photographers
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An ultra-modern take on the ceremony space, Marcy fashioned these LED-lit trees (which changed colors!) for a recent New York City wedding.

Photo: Eliot Holtzman Photography
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Actor Colin Hanks's bride-to-be, Samantha Bryant, was a "silhouette freak," so Marcy commissioned a silhouette artist to make them for all the guests at their West Hollywood wedding.

Photo: Amy & Stuart Photography
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Because Colin's father, Tom Hanks, is an avid collector of antique typewriters, Marcy set out several from his collection for guests to type notes to the couple.

Photo: Amy & Stuart Photography
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Colin and Samantha opted for a less formal, more lounge-like reception with a food-station dinner, so Marcy brought in crisp-white lacquer tables and Art Deco-inspired vases for the guests to sit around as they pleased. "There were enormous amounts of celebrity guests that felt comfortable and stayed really late," she says. "It was fun to see Bruce ...
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A hanging tree of escort cards added a whimsical touch to this New York City wedding.

Photo: Eliot Holtzman Photography

Spotlight On: Marcy Blum

Clustered paper lanterns were an unusual but surprisingly chic accent to this black-tie formal Palm Beach reception.

Photo: Carlos Baez Photographers

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