The ceremony was held in the Imperial Ballroom, and guests were greeted with a custom sign featuring the couple’s monogram draped in beautiful pink floral. A keepsake for after the wedding, the mirror now hangs in the couple’s home. Boxwood hedges and candles lined the aisle, and the couple stood in front of a boxwood framed lattice candle wall to recite their vows. Pink rose petals for the exit hung on the ceremony chairs.
Cocktail Hour is always a fun start to the party. This pre-function space provided a hint of what was to come for the reception.. Guests found their escort cards on a dramatic display made of a boxwood tabletop and grand floral centerpiece.
Always a favorite moment of every wedding day – to see the joy on my clients’ faces when they see their reception room for the first time!
The reception ballroom was grand indeed! Dining tables featured three different centerpiece designs in varying heights. We continued the boxwood topiaries from the ceremony and added dramatic candelabras with cascading floral and tall lush centerpieces, with plenty of candlelight. Round guest tables were be draped in a variety of champagne textured linens, and magenta chargers were paired with gold foil die cut menus.
We created a memorable sweetheart table with a backdrop wall of green boxwood framed by blooms in a range of pink and white. The central focus of the wall included the grooms’ monogram in gold.
Guests left with champagne favors to celebrate a memorable day.
The perfect ending to a beautiful day – guests gave well wishes for the Dr. and Mr. as they drove away.
I so loved this wedding design and my two stylish grooms!
Photographer Milanes Photography
Planning and Design Lemiga Events
Stationery Papered Wonders
Floral Design Akeem Clayton Designs
Linen Nuage Designs
Lighting & Drape Unique Event Elements