Venue: Temple Kol Ami Emanu-El
Photographer: Michelle Lawson Photography

From the bride’s exquisite bouquet, to the dramatic chuppah, and lovely centerpieces, all of the details for Jennifer and Brian’s wedding came together to create a truly romantic setting.  ●  The gorgeousness began with Jennifer’s pretty bridal bouquet of white peonies, white phalaenopsis orchids, white hydrangeas, and antique green hydrangeas. Her attendants carried nosegays of cream roses and antique green hydrangeas.  ●  Jennifer and Brian were married beneath a majestic chuppah designed with sweeping swags of white organza fabric. Lush, natural clusters of flowers were set along the top of the canopy. These were alternated with large white pillar candles enclosed in glass.  Elaborate arrangements of coordinating flowers decorated each post.  ●  We created an enchanting, candlelit walkway for the bridal procession. A border of mirrors was placed along each side of the aisle. These were topped with thousands of roses petals, pillar candles in gold mercury candleholders, and a collection of glass vessels that held floating candles. Tall silver candelabras were arranged along the aisle in between these displays.

An opulent floral creation of roses, orchids, and hydrangeas was designed for the place card table.  ●  For the reception, we designed two centerpiece styles that were alternated throughout the ballroom.  ●  The first style was a magnificent arrangement of roses, hydrangeas, and Matthiola blossoms with cascading orchids. This was set atop a beautiful epergne with an antique silver finish. White pillar candles appointed with roses and ivy rested in its lower branches. Each of these displays was set atop a mirrored base that subtly reflected the soft light from votive candles enclosed in mercury glass holders.  ●  The second design consisted of an elegant silver candelabra set atop a mirrored box.  Four pavé arrangements of flowers surrounded the base of this display.  This entire table centerpiece was also set upon a mirrored base surrounded by an array of candles.

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