BRIDAL

All of Thom’s assignments are characteristically well planned, stress-free and totally customized, but none more so than his weddings. From composing memorable bridal bouquets, boutonnières, bridesmaid pomanders and pew garlands to decorating reception halls or even constructing a path of sunflower heads through a mown field leading to a cascading chuppah, “making a bride’s dream come true,” says Thom, “is such a privilege, especially nowadays when there’s the possibility of catering to two brides; then it’s twice the fun!”
By keeping the structure of Wolfgang Design small, his approach stays instinctive. En route to a lavish wedding in Cap d’Antibes, he drove past an abandoned green house and spotted several 8-foot long, trailing rose branches. After he’d secured the landowner’s permission to harvest armloads of the vines, he fashioned them into an unforgettable trellised gazebo. “They’d probably taken a decade to mature, so it was a once in a lifetime opportunity I couldn’t pass up,” he says.
Then there was the time he incorporated thousands of white orchids into a spiral sculpture for a bride who requested a totally unconventional chuppah. “Her daring pushed me to be even more creative than usual,” he says. Surprisingly some people shy away from nuptial flowers so when Thom sensed a reluctance from a groom and his best man to wear conventional boutonnières, he twisted simple sprigs of rosemary into masculine insignia. “It’s a joy for me to find the perfect outcome, to orchestrate and integrate all the large and small details. But I have to say it’s equally pleasurable when a bride’s face lights up once she’s seen the chic bouquet I’ve concocted for her to take to City Hall.”

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