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Monday, December 8, 2008

Vendor Chic • Proposal in Paradise

A chic and sexy video presented by filmmaker / wedding videographer Andrew Hsu of Studio MSV for brides and grooms showcasing some of the San Francisco Bay Area's top wedding professionals and event designers.

A birthday surprise, an aerial rose lit runner, a Tahitian rendezvous, a cake like no other, a gorgeous diamond ring, will she say yes? A "Proposal in Paradise" will capture your attention and ignite your imagination. Watch and be inspired...


3 comments:

  1. I really love those flowers in the sky. They're really pretty. The music seemed to techno though. Something softer would have been nicer.

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  2. Thanks Victoria :o)

    Hi Erin. The flowers were gorgeous! There were hundreds of them each individually hung by Nattii of North American Theatre Technology, a special events lighting company.

    The idea was dreamt up by Lea McIntosh of Ready to Propose. I have to say it was stunning.

    Nicole Ha supplied the roses and designed the rest of the floral displays on the mantle, daybed and cake table. They were all gorgeous.

    Thanks for dropping by.

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