Ellina and Adam’s gorgeous wedding took place at the Delray Beach Marriott. ● Ellina chose a classic white and ivory bouquet featuring phalaenopsis orchids, ranunculus, roses, and stock. Her attendants held petite gathers of white hydrangea and stock. Adam wore an elegant boutonnière of white orchids. ● The couple was married beneath an exquisitely draped canopy designed with swags of white organza fabric. Each post was embellished with a cluster of roses and hydrangea with dangling phalaenopsis orchids. ● This setting was enhanced by candles which hung from crystal strands in the background, and a sparkling chandelier that was suspended underneath the chuppah. An elegantly draped fabric wall spanned across the rear of the ceremony area. ● A romantic, candlelit walkway was created for the bridal procession by lining the aisle with a multitude of glass vessels filled with submerged orchids and topped with floating candles. A white runner with a border of white rose petals completed the look.

The lobby entry table held an artistic arrangement of phalaenopsis orchids, dendrobium orchids, roses, hydrangea, and manzanita branches. ● High and low centerpieces were alternated throughout the ballroom to create a unique look for the reception. ● The elevated floral displays were round arrangements of roses and hydrangea. Orchids covered tall branches emanating from the top. This was set atop a tall glass cylinder and accented with hanging crystal strands. The display was surrounded by candles floating in stemmed glass holders. ● The low centerpieces were three lush clusters of roses and hydrangea. These were surrounded by glass cylinders holding floating candles. ● The bridal table was decorated with a dramatic display of tufted roses and hydrangea with a full cascade of phalaenopsis orchid sprays. ● The ballroom chandelier was decorated with many orchid blooms, and the dance floor featured Ellina and Adam’s names in a decorative gold script.

Venue: Delray Beach Marriott
Event Planner: Peacock Premier Events
Photographer: The LXA

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