Bride-to-be wins over wedding tables, lanterns with sparkle and sparkle

The bride-to, who was asked by The Associated Press to give her first name, has won a major decorative lanterns contest for her wedding table.

The contest is part of a $250,000 gift to the nonprofit Center for Ornamental Lighting and Crafts that helps support the nonprofit.

The winning bride was named this week by the organization’s director, Lisa Kesten.

The winner, named after the famous 19th-century English poet William Blake, is an American girl who is from Virginia.

She won the $250 prize in a competition sponsored by the nonprofit, The Washington Post reported.