The New Way to Decorate Your Wedding

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Flowers at weddings just do not cut it anymore. With new waves of live plants, topiary's are becoming the next big thing in wedding decor. Rob Artemik, the one-of-a-kind designer of Addison's Topiary Patch, knows this all to well. And with his second anniversary (August 28, 2010) comes more business and more hearts!

Every year, every month, and every week weddings happen. Fashion and decor rule the entire wedding. Every bride wants the next big thing. Whether its a photo booth or a candy stand, if its hot, she has got to have it. With all the buzz that flowers are ancient history, what do brides use for decor instead? We met up with heart topiary designer Rob Artemik to find out.

Rob Artemik started Addison's Topiary Patch in the fall of 2008 after the birth of his daughter Addison. During this time, his fiance and Addison's mother, suffered a stroke. In any tragic event, people tend to explore other avenues to put their worried minds at ease. Rob began making hearts out of numerous plants. Before long, Rob's fiance was out of the hospital and fully recovered. To her surprise, their backyard was transformed into an oasis of beautiful, magical topiary plants. On April 25, Rob and his fiance were married and the plants were the focus of their wedding. From that day forward, other brides took a liking to Rob's impressive plants and began renting them out for their big day.

Jennifer of Boynton Beach, Florida, wanted something unique and different. She was introduced to many new things in wedding style. Her first change was to use cupcakes as her wedding cake. She also had a photo booth for her guests to enjoy. But, she really wanted something brand new and exciting that no one else had used yet. That is when she was told about Addison's Topiary Patch. Her first trip was at her home office where she explored the web site of Addison's. Not before long, Jennifer met with Rob and they began planning the most unique and beautiful wedding decor. Today, her friends and family still bring up the heart topiary's that glittered all through the night.

Wedding planners are always trying to come up with something new and different for their clients and this is an idea that will become tradition. The best part is that Rob usually leaves a special heart for the bride at the end of the reception. This way, she will have a keepsake to one of the most important days of her life. While flowers wilt and eventually die, topiary plants can live as long as you want them to.

"These plants are more of a symbol of love and peace then any flower could ever bring", exclaims Rob. "It creates an ambiance like no other."

On August 28, 2010, Addison's Topiary Patch reached their second anniversary. Many business' celebrate their success with lavish parties but Rob decided to celebrate at home. "My business began with my family and I celebrate my success with my family. I am enjoying the ride and love watching my clients eyes light up when they see my creations."

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