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Learn how to use the same floral arrangements at the ceremony and reception in this video with Wedding Planner Kay Williams.
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Kay Williams: Hello, my name is Kay Williams I'm the owner and operator of Weddings By Kay, we specialized in event planning, were going to talk about table décor and party favor. What can you give your guest to remember? When they walk in the room what would they want to see? Beautiful flowers, beautiful table décor and at the end of the night give them a gift, a gift to remember. Host: Can I use the same floral arrangements at my ceremony and reception? Kay Williams: When you want to use to say for your reception hall and your ceremony its fine as long as you have time between, because that means that, the florist that you have hired or personally you have hire for decoration is going to need time. Your budget, are you paying for extra time or your paying to setup and put down. You need to know if they're going to have enough time for you to run from one place to the next place. Is the reception going to open for you two hours early, its it hall, the semi-hall would open for you two hours early. The key thing about hiring the same type of decoration committee or floral committee you need to know they're time period. It saves you money to find, they can decorate it where you want to decorate it. can it follow theme from your ceremony to your reception so that’s fine as long as you know the time set to build to you for doing that.