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Vows - Signature weddings by Jacqui Tyson

Saturday, April 05, 2014    

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Jacqui Tyson unleashed her offering for all brides at Jamaica's Ultimate Wedding Expo, held recently at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.

Jacqui Tyson "Signature Weddings" offers include menu execution and planning, décor styling and full event co-ordination. The key feature of the wedding packages is the creation of a personalised "Jacqui Tyson Mood Board": a collage on a mounted canvas of images, text, samples of chosen colours, textures and styling ideas needed to create the complete dream wedding composition. Jacqui Tyson defines her mood board as "a collage that becomes the bride's main tool, and the master plan that guides the team of suppliers in delivering the couple's dream wedding".

ROSE GOLD BLUSH

Shimmering pink, light gold, light pink diamonds, topaz stones all blended in perfect unison to form a blissful rose gold blush. The final composition: tables dressed in rose pink and gold brocade beneath glittering gold sequin overlay, centrepieces of delicate shades of pink roses, romantic rose blush chiffon chair back draping, held in place by "rose gold" rhinestone clasps.

WHITE GLITZ

Diamonds will forever be a girl's best friend, and this signature décor theme included cascading white calla lilies adorned with crystal drops sitting in a rhinestone vase atop a mirrored table, rhinestone-edged napkin, tablecloths and the new trailing chair back scarves with a fully mirrored table top and "ghost" chairs.

TUXEDO CHIC

Spin on the popular "black and white" trend. Mixing patterns with the right variety is key for this look. Just imagine an array of black and white patterns on floors, tabletops, chair seats and backs -- variations of solids, abstracts, stripes and floral. Adding a touch of a bold, solid colour will provide a new dimension.

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