Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Nancy Swiezyt Events designed this arrangement for a client to day and a source in the N.Y. flower market told me that this square mirrored container are going to be used at Chelsea Clintons Wedding...
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Building a theme wedding around a couture signature cocktail is trendy, exciting and a treat for your guests. Dress the Drink offers you an artist's palette of colors and textures to garnish the edges of beverages. From water to wine...cocktails to coffee... the COUTURE COCKTAIL COLOR PALETTE will spark your imagination. No event should be without these divine beverage embellishments. Imagine edible flowers floating on champagne in a flute trimmed with edible gold flakes. Absolutely decadent! Or perhaps trim the rim with edible silver flakes and drop some edible diamonds into the flute.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Jeff Leatham will be doing her Flowers,Vera for the Bride and Oscar for Hilary!
Experts in all things nuptial ballpark the cost of Bill and Hillary Clinton's little girl's big day at anywhere from $3 million to $5 million.
This will definitely be the biggest wedding of the year.
Posted by Nancy Swiezy at Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Martha's Vinyard to Astor Place ... Chelsea Clinton Leaves New England with Bryan Rafanelli in hand!
Today in Chelsea Watch: Miss Clinton (soon-to-be Mrs. Mezvinsky) was spotted at the Astor Place Starbucks in NYC yesterday, according to Page Six. She was "in jogging clothes, drinking iced coffee and Smart Water, texting and talking on her BlackBerry about her upcoming wedding." The source noted the "huge rock on her finger," of course.
The New York Daily News reports that "Chelsea-mania has hit Rhinebeck," where the former first daughter is said to be getting married. Hotel rooms at the town's Beekman Arms Inn are already all booked up and Clinton and Mezvinsky have reportedly reserved the nearby Grasmere Estate for their rehearsal dinner.
Posted by Nancy Swiezy at Tuesday, July 13, 2010