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A “Floating” Reception Band by Todd Events

Floating BandPhotos: Stephen Karlisch & Steve Wrubel
Todd Fiscus and his team of experts at Todd Events turned one couple's reception wedding band into performance art by making them the focal point of the room. The band played atop a stage, which was completely surrounded by cushy silver banquettes -- creating the illusion that the band was floating in the middle of... read more

An English Garden Party Under The Stars

Photo: Steve Wrubel // Featured: The Knot BlogPhoto: Steve Wrubel
Most wedding venues come with their own set of built-in decor. Maybe it's a fireplace, an archway or even a large entryway. To make this water fountain look like it was meant to be there, Dallas-based wedding planner Todd Fiscus turned it into the focal point of the space by outlining it with green... read more

A Courtyard Cocktail Bar

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This cocktail bar is a refreshing as an ice cold drink! Despite the casual, outdoor for a daytime cocktail hour, Todd Fiscus added elegance to the open space with a custom custom bar accented with a petal covered focal point and tons of purple and blue hydrangeas. Just add a bartender and this chic bar... read more

A Garland-Topped Tent

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Wedding garland is one of my favorite ways to take a space from simple to over-the-top. So for serious impact, Todd Fiscus outlined the top of this clear top tent with lush green leafy garland. The look was utterly romantic -- in that secret-garden-meets-black-tie wedding kind of way. What could be more enchanting? ... read more

A Candlelit Walkway

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Todd Fiscus, founder of Todd Events, lit the way to a reception held in this vintage barn with simple candles. In this case candlelight is both romantic and practical, so that guests can see the way at a rustic venue even when the sun goes down. With this simple... read more

Inspiration of the Day: Lemon Accents

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Nothing says summer and sunshine quite like lemons, and Todd Fiscus, founder of Todd Events included plenty in these sunny yellow floral designs for an outdoor rehearsal dinner. The lemons hung at the base of the hydrangea and rose cluster with more lemons scattered about the base along with pear-shaped statuary... read more

Inspiration of the Day: Flower-Covered Vases

Petal Covered VasesPhoto Right: Steven Karlisch and Steve Wrubel
Todd Fiscus, and founder of Todd Events likes to place loud and noticeable decor pieces near simpler areas of the room, including petal-covered vases like these stunning arrangements. "The reason I create vases out of flowers is that it allows the project to feel more specialized," say Todd Fiscus, and founder of Todd Events on this... read more

Globe Lanterns

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Choosing the right lighting is key to setting the mood for your reception. Todd Fiscus created a soft and intimate feeling for this reception dinner by hanging sculptural globe lanterns from the ceiling of the vintage barn venue. The globe lantern hanging from the ceiling combined with candlelight on the tables for a soft glow.... read more

Birdcage Covered Chandeliers

Photo: Steve WrubelPhoto: Steve Wrubel
Look up! Chandeliers instantly add romance to a space, but Todd Fiscus of Todd Events enhanced the look by adding oversized golden birdcages over the top of these elegant crystal chandeliers. Vine-covered banquettes, lush centerpieces and gold flatware just added to the surreal secret garden-inspired room. Love this style? It's... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A Medallion Motif

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Wrought iron medallions inspired the decor for this luxe rehearsal dinner in a vintage barn. Todd incorporated the motif on the menu cards and escort cards in the bright yellow color, which paired with the watermelon pink flowers. "I prefer not to use dull colors in a rustic space," says Todd. The medallion became... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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