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Lauren, deconstructed more than 1,000 silk flowers and then glued the petals together curtain-style to create a beautiful backdrop for the ceremony and photos during the reception captured with help from Smilebooth. "It was an homage to my favorite work of art," says the bride, referring to Jim Hodges' silk, cotton, and polyester sculpture "No Betweens."

Lauren, deconstructed more than 1,000 silk flowers and then glued the petals together curtain-style to create a beautiful backdrop for the ceremony and photos during the reception captured with help from Smilebooth. "It was an homage to my favorite work of art," says the bride, referring to Jim Hodges' silk, cotton, and polyester sculpture "No Betweens."

I kind of want to just do this for my room, it seems simple yet very cute!

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