Weddingdesign Tag

What's better than grasping a hot cup of fresh mint tea in your hand, being surrounded by candlelit in a mystical desert landscape, and spending quality time with your friends on your own private Moroccan style lounge for your bridal shower? Nothing, absolutely nothing. Well,...

Before starting the event design process, it is essential that you start by brainstorming and exercising your creativity – this will allow you to expand your thinking and broaden your creative mind in order to focus on the aspects and elements of design. Also keep...

Feng Shui is the ancient art of placement and design that’s used to balance and enhance the flow of energy or “chi” in living environments. A good Feng Shui design would mean that it is built with a good flow of energy in mind; it...

Gladiolus – from the Latin word "gladius," meaning sword –symbolizes strength and moral integrity. Gladioli also represent desire, with a bouquet transmitting to a recipient that they strike the giver's heart with passion. Striking and colorful with towering stems, this August birth flower is favored for...

Peonies, with their layers upon layers of petals, are some of the most breathtaking flowers in nature. Arriving in May and blooming through June, it is truly one of my favorite flowers, along with the classic rose. The colors arrange from pure white to pink...

As one of the flower world’s most recognizable species, the Tulip has been a popular choice for brides over the last century. The classic flowers are available in hundreds of unique varieties and in any color you could dream of – far beyond the basic...

I am very excited to finally introduce the SANTÉ Weddings & Events website and to have my blog up and running. We have all worked hard to bring you an informative and stylish site to visit daily (thank you Michael Webbers and Nick Falkenberg!). Hopefully, it will be...