EFD Creative – Event Planning & Design has been Honored For Excellence With 2017 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award® Boston, MA – January 14, 2017 – WeddingWire, the leading global online marketplace for the wedding and event industry, announced EFD Creative – Event Planning & Design as a winner of the […]
We love working all over New England and the Berkshires is truly a special location for family and friends to gather for a unique wedding experience. The Mount – Edith Wharton’s Home is one of the Berkshires most romantic locations. We are honored to have our couple featured on Style Me Pretty. Below is an […]
One of New England’s very favorite blog; Massachusetts Wedding Guide featured an article written by EFD Creative’s owner and wedding branding expert, Edna Dratch-Parker (The Wedding Brander™) called “Trending Alert – Wedding Branding”. Wedding Branding is a very popular trend that brides are incorporating into their wedding planning! Creating a personalized look and […]
EFD Creative was invited by Peterson Party Center to design their monthy vendor table for their new beautiful showroom located in Woburn, MA. Each month a vendor is invited to create their own vision using their selection of rentals. EFD Creative was very excited to be selected for the month of December…such a fun month to do a table design!
Jackie and Carolyn were thrilled to be engaged, but they lived in Atlanta, Georgia where same-sex marriage is not legal. The couple immediately thought of Massachusetts, which not only recognizes same-sex marriages, it is where Carolyn attended college at Boston University, and where they both had personal ties – making it the perfect destination wedding! They wanted a venue that had elegance as well as a historical feel to match the region. What could be more perfect than Hamilton Hall in historic Salem, Mass?
Kurt and Kerry’s winter themed wedding took place at the Hampshire House in Boston. We at EFD Creative were very honored to be part of this special day!
Being a February wedding the bride wanted a classic touch of winter carried throughout the entire wedding. The signature snowflake that had first appeared on the invitations and was branded throughout the entire event from the table names, signage, seating chart down to the chocolates placed at each seat. We incorporated ice like branches with a soft white feel for the flowers. The cake detailed birch branches and the secondary color of blue sugar flowers, which matched nicely with the bridesmaid dresses.