Garden Gallery holds Bridal Expo
Every little girl dreams about the day she will walk down the aisle to one day marry her Prince Charming. When that day comes it will be the day she will remember for the rest of her life and she will want everything to be absolutely perfect.
In order to create that perfect wedding day, there is a lot of planning involved, from what color dresses the bridesmaids will wear to the question of “what will I do with my hair?” However, a big part of the day is the decorations.
Garden Gallery has many items that will make that special day unforgettable and they showcased it all Sunday at their first ever Floral and Rental Expo.
Coley said Garden Gallery, located at 421 East Ridgeley St. in Atmore, creates the floral design as well as provides rentals and accessories for weddings and other special occasions.
Some of the specialty items at Garden Gallery include a seven-foot-tall wrought iron candelabra, two free standing wrought iron four-foot-tall planter with glass bowl inserts and large urns which can be used for floral arrangements or trees, which the facility will be “more than happy to provide,” Coley said.
Not only does the facility provide rentals, but also floral arrangements. Coley said this comes with complete setup if the bride and groom want it.
There were 19 brides-to-be at the event Sunday and about 70 people showed up total, Coley said.
Coley showed off all the pieces that can help make a bride’s dream come true while also providing a lot of snacks for the guests.
Tammy Lowrey of Uriah and her daughter Maegan Nichols catered the event while Rhecy Currie of Atmore provided a groom’s cake and Heavenly Delight provided a bride’s cake.
Danny and Cathy Coley and Clint and Susan Smith co-own the Garden Gallery.
Inside today's Atmore Advance: Bridal Guide 2008