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Floral Bounty

We asked two of our favorite floral design boutiques, Jackson Durham and David Kimmel of his eponymous company, to create two wildly different but equally gorgeous tabletop dreamscapes for fall.

Blushing Beauty
Planning and design by Jackson Durham; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, Arlington Hall at Lee Park.

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Blushing Beauty
Planning and design by Jackson Durham; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, Arlington Hall at Lee Park.

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Blushing Beauty
Planning and design by Jackson Durham; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, Arlington Hall at Lee Park.

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Blushing Beauty
Planning and design by Jackson Durham; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, Arlington Hall at Lee Park.

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Citrus Chic
Florals and design by David Kimmel; linens from BBJ Linen; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, DEC on Dragon.

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Citrus Chic
Florals and design by David Kimmel; linens from BBJ Linen; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, DEC on Dragon.

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Citrus Chic
Florals and design by David Kimmel; linens from BBJ Linen; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, DEC on Dragon.

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Citrus Chic
Florals and design by David Kimmel; linens from BBJ Linen; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, DEC on Dragon.

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Citrus Chic
Florals and design by David Kimmel; linens from BBJ Linen; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, DEC on Dragon.

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Citrus Chic
Florals and design by David Kimmel; linens from BBJ Linen; all tabletop items from Posh Couture Rentals; event space, DEC on Dragon.

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BLUSHING BEAUTY
Jackson Durham’s Sara Fay Egan, Heath Alan Ray and Sam Granado dreamed up this feminine yet moody floralscape of 3,000 stems that nods to the lush floral still lifes of the Dutch Golden Age. A cement urn overflows with Juliette roses, pineapples, begonia leaves, jasmine and grapes. Classic brass candelabras make the dinner scene glow, while a decadent canopy of Dutch lilacs hangs overhead for a dreamy ambience that envelops wedding guests. “We were inspired by the French countryside,” says Granado. “This is for a bride who wants to bring the outdoors in for a lush garden feel.” From $850

CITRUS CHIC
“The inspiration behind this was to give a modern edge to traditional autumnal textures and colors,” says David Kimmel. He and his team at his namesake floral design company spent 10 hours and used hundreds of orange roses and tulips, Teddy Bear sunflowers, yellow Mokara orchids, red hanging amaranth and knitting thistle to create this robust look that takes its color scheme from winter citrus. “Autumn is my favorite time of year,” says Kimmel. “Every flower is in its prime and had the full summer to develop. I still get excited opening a box of flowers. The possibilities are endless.” From $1,200