Christine and Leeor became husband and wife at the exclusive Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach. The historic property known for it’s elegant Spanish Colonial architecture, lush tropical courtyards, and 1920’s glamour was the most perfect venue for these two to exchange their vows. Antique tones of white, cream, and champagne with soft pink/blush was the quintessential color palette which worked well at this boutique property. The bride carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet set in a loose organic design which included roses, ranunculus, lisianthus, and was finished with a touch of seeded eucalyptus, and Italian ruscus. The classic evergreen shrub was also the perfect accent for the groom’s white ranunculus boutonniere. The four-post chuppah was constructed with natural stained wooden beams and adorned with a multitude of cascading natural organic foliage and a lush floral crown of hydrangea, roses, matthiola, and lisianthus. The aisle was lined with wooden lanterns decorated with delicate clusters of more organic greenery. After the ceremony in the North Courtyard, the guests moved to the Fountain Courtyard for a lovely cocktail hour before heading to the Conservatory for a grand reception. Alternating arrangements following the same theme were set throughout the ballroom. Tall florals cascaded from wrought iron bronze stands while their shorter counterparts were placed in bronze-finished footed compotes. Each place setting was completed with a small sprig of ruscus and the cake highlighted the chosen florals. The luxurious landmark was an incredible start for these newlyweds to make their mark.

Venue: The Brazilian Court

Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators

Photographer: Christopher Ramos Photography

Event Planner: Blue Orchid Events & Design


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