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June 23, 2009


What wonderful colors!

This is so lovely! I adore fruit being used in summer weddings as decoration.

Yum. My mouth is watering. Beautiful shots!

if that were my wedding, those cherries would be all gone in about 10 minutes! that's the best kind of centerpiece in my books!

Ooooh so lovely!

So pretty! I'm glad that you got to eat them afterwards. :)

Absolutely beautiful! I love cherries and they make a beautiful theme for a wedding!

these are beautiful! and the perfect decoration--because who doesn't like cherries? cleanup doesn't get easier than sending the leftovers home with your guests!

Cherries make me happy...looking at them as much as (if not more than) eating them! These shots are beautifully styled, Chelsea!

Another great one! And can I just say that I love the Ace chairs? I want one.

Gorgeous! :)

chelsea, you outdo yourself every time!! this table is amazing. and I happen to love eating white cherries by the handful. photos are splendid, too.

this is beautiful, chelsea!

Is there anything more cheerful than cherries? I think not.

How happy and summery. This is my kind of wedding. Love it.

love this! so fresh and cheery.

So adorable!

LOVE! This is so cheery and vibrant. And I've never seen those type of cherries before...how pretty!

So cheerful & fun!

What a creative way to set the table for a beautiful dining experience. And with the amazing local cherries coming in this season, your guests won't be able to resist nibbling at the centerpiece between courses!

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