Arielle and Geoffrey’s wedding was intended to be in a Palm Beach synagogue with over 300 guests, but COVID-19 had other plans. After much uncertainty, the planning continued, and the venue ultimately shifted to the bride’s home.
The backyard was going to be transformed to host the most romantic ceremony and reception. The color palette was simply white. So, roses, hydrangeas, dendrobium orchids, and mathiolis were perfect choices to frame the custom papercut silk chuppah canopy. The guest tables received simplistic nosegays of roses while the bridal bouquet was a lush bunch of white peonies.
After an intimate ceremony, the guests were served a lovely dinner before the unbelievable car parade. Everyone relocated to the front of the home where the band played as the cars drove by spreading confetti and good wishes.
The hora was held in the street between cars before the newlyweds had their first dance in the driveway under the stars and twinkle lights. The evening was simply magical and proved that even in a pandemic LOVE conquers all!
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Venue: Client Home ~ Planner: Beverly Diane Consultants ~ Decor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators ~ Caterer: VIP Caterers ~ Entertainment: Tekiah Orchestras and Entertainment ~ Photography: Emily Harris Photography ~ Videography: JC Video Productions ~ Live Streaming: Live Stream Entertainment ~ Chuppah Canopy: Jeanette Kuvin Oren