Become a Top Wedding Planner – The “Swamp Oasis” Wedding Theme on “My Fair Wedding”

 

 On the last episode of WEtv’s “My Fair Wedding,”celebrity wedding planner, David Tutera, was faced with a bride whose wanted, ” a swamp, frog-related outdoor oasis.”

She was obssesed with frogs and wanted them to be a part of her day. She also was very allergic to flowers and did not want them at her wedding. (Something you might have to face at some point are brides and grooms who are very allergic to flowers or particular types of food.)

David gave her an organic styled outdoor wedding. The ceremony took place outdoors and the reception indoors in a tented pavilion, both spaces are part of  The Liberty House Restaurant, who filmed the video below of David Tutera and the venue.

 

Since he could not use flowers, David decorated with vines, curly willow, mosses, ferns, all elements that could be found in a forest and had lights hanging from the ceiling that looked like falling stars.  Centerpieces included runners of moss, pods, candles and leaves. Each place setting had a lily pad that held a menu card (see top).

The favors were frog placecard holders which could be used later to hold small photographs. ( I didn’t see the frog placecard holders on the vendor’s website but they did have a good selection of placecard holders and other wedding favors.)

The wedding cake was tiers of cake decorated to look like tree stumps with butterflies, ivy, flowers and lily pads – you can see it in the video above.



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