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Sunset Florals Created a Romantic and Modern November Wedding

The sunset florals in Annie LoVoi and Deven Bowles’ November wedding were the key to creating their romantic and modern soirée. Blush pinks, deep reds and citrus hues established an alluring color scheme inspired by the shades of the sky at sundown. The floral arrangements by Ever Something really brought their color palette to life with rich pops of color. Ever Something planned every bit of this beautiful wedding as well! They used Party Pro Rents for decor and rentals to elevate the wedding’s modern romance and pull everything together. The talented calligraphers at The Letter Box contributed flawless calligraphy to Annie and Deven’s wedding invitations. Its effortless elegance gave guests a little sneak peek into what to expect for the big day! Now for the single thing that made all these fabulous vendors come together… the ring! Annie’s extraordinary ring from Naifeh Fine Jewelry is the ideal accessory to symbolize the love she and Deven have for one another and the commitment they made on this day. All our best to the happy couple! Keep scrolling to read about the bride’s favorite memory!

From the bride on her favorite memory: “[My favorite wedding memory was] seeing the moon and hearing the bubbling fountain during the ceremony while holding Deven’s hands. I was pretty stressed out until I got up the aisle – there were so many moving parts! But everything got so calm and serene being up there with him. In my eye line were him, my brothers and the moon. He was truly all that mattered in that moment. I will never forget it.”

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