Inside a glass conservatory, amid white peonies and pink roses, sweethearts Jen and Phil professed their love and sealed their wedding vows before family and guests. The stunning bride entered thru majestic double doors while the groom beamed from the altar. Etta James’ “At Last” was chosen as the couples’ first dance beginning a night of celebration.
The reception was anchored by a full 13-piece band that belted out the latest hits as well as beloved classics. The room shimmered in Swarovski crystals, complimented with luscious florals and topped by a wedding cake fit for royalty. Five tiers and draped in beautiful, edible flowers that you had to look closely to ensure that they weren’t the real thing. Guests made full use of the massive ballroom meandering from room to room enjoying the view, the professional cigar roller and the two dessert rooms full of treats.
At the end of the night, guests were chauffeured back to their rooms in a shuttle bus, while the bridal party enjoyed a stretch limousine. The bride and groom were treated to a Rolls Royce to launch them down lover’s lane together.
I must say “hello” to the phenomenal Keasha from TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress”, who was among the couple's guest list.
Congratulations to the lovely Jen and Phil!
To my team: I Thank you so so much!