As a family run business, we’re always at The Chandelier. It means you get the personal touch and we care about your day as much as you do, but it always means that we get to see everything. We get to see how weddings are planned and how couples utilize the space. We get to see that your guests recognize how much we upkeep the grounds, how special it is that the deer come out around ceremony time, and how every wedding is unique. But most importantly, we see where we can improve to make your dream venue even better.

If you’ve followed along with us since the day that we opened our doors, you’ll know that we’ve added a lot of new touches to make The Chandelier even better (and we think it was pretty great from the start). From the swing in front of the chapel to new landscaping to our newest patio for cocktail hour, we’re constantly thinking of ways to give you more and make your planning experience the best it can possibly be. We’re pretty fond of all of our additions, but our latest one might be one of our favorites: the suspended floral boxes.

We love floral installations and wanted to find a way to make it easier for you to create them for your own big day. The actual floral boxes can be arranged in a couple of different ways, including over the head table and bar, and they’re a blank slate to do a minimalist display or over the top design. They are absolutely stunning, provide so much versatility, and have been a super fun addition for some of our favorite florist friends to play with – we cannot get over the creativity that has been sparked by them. Seriously, we couldn’t be happier with this addition. So, aside from having a way to bring your Pinterest floral inspiration to life, why should you considered adding the suspended floral boxes to your big day?

They can tie your entire wedding design together. 

One of the things we love about suspended florals is the fact that they’re so easy to customize for your day. So many of the aspects of wedding design are done on a smaller scale where you can’t incorporate everything, so you’re relying on it all coming together to tell your story. With installs though, they’re grand and can tell the story all by themselves. Furthermore, you can see from the Armstrong’s wedding how their seating area ties into the install design, making the entire thing look more cohesive. Which, also leads us to our next point…

They’re visible from anywhere in the room. 

Our reception space is designed so you can get the greatest possible impact with your decor and layout, and we especially kept that in mind when deciding where potential options for the suspended floral boxes would be. We couldn’t include all of the reception photos from the Armstrong wedding, but we were blown away by the fact that you could see the floral boxes in almost every single dance floor photo. They were background, yes, but they elevated the look so much. Suspended floral boxes aren’t like having one wall install or one big centerpiece on the head table because they don’t get lost in the room or covered up by people moving around. You can always see them and get that impact from them.

They make a huge statement. 

While floral installations are a popular trend, they’re not something most guests get to see often, especially hanging floral installations. They make an incredible, un