Yesterday, I wrote about Connie and Brian's morning as well as the Catholic ceremony and Korean tea ceremony. Today, it is all about the reception at Terzo Piano.
All photos by Avery House.
Connie really wanted purple to dominate their decor. Their escort cards were the traditional card in an envelope style.
Honey Bee Weddings has worked at Terzo Piano many times but this was the first client that wanted to transform the space. We added uplighting, linens, and three gorgeous centerpiece designs by Revel Decor.
Amy Beck designed a cake that mimicked the bride's gown.
One of the centerpieces sat on mirrored boxes to create a truly modern centerpiece.
Some brides mention a flower or a color that they would like to be used on their wedding day. Connie was very specific: She wanted purple dendrobium orchid blossoms in the tall centerpieces.
The last centerpiece was my favorite: low and lush arrangements with tons of color saturation to create a linear tablescape.
Magnificent Milestones designed menus that reflected the modern look of the invitation suite and included their monogram.
The bride and groom had their monogram made into a gobo.
I love this photo because you can see the details of the dress and the cake.
Garter tosses are a rarity these days but you wouldn't know it by looking at this expressive crowd of gentleman!
A kiss in front of the Restless Rainbow.
No one could have imagined the installation on terrace. I thought that it was beautiful. The shocking colors did make me think of a rainbow!
The bride and groom took photos on the walkway.
Dancing the night away!