This is a pretty cool ceiling treatment for a wedding, I thought. It was done by one of the event companies in Atlanta, A Legendary Event. Hundreds of pieces of wide ribbon weighted down with crystals and a few butterflies here and there.
This entry display was not the biggest award winner in its division, but I thought it was just beautiful, and a nice relief from the "two boxwoods in black iron urns with annual color" that marks most Atlanta doors.
A couple of window box exhibits that I thought were very effective, mostly because of the sheer volume and opulence the designers put into them.
I really loved this effect, below. The exhibit was still under construction, but I thought the uplit Coral Bark Maples against that stucco wall was just incredible!
A tulip I found appealing in one of the retail exhibits. Don't even know its name......
Have I gloated about the awards we won in our exhibit yet? Have I mentioned this is the first time I had done an exhibit of this size? Or that most of my team had never done a flower show exhibit before?
Here's one shot of our exhibit, depicting a mid-century Modern, in-town Atlanta house. We are in the educational division, so the goal was to show a realistic garden that can exist with very low maintenance and no chemicals. These are the floor panels that Chuck built......more about that later!