On a chilly winter day in January, Dana and Dave's wedding brought all the warmth and love into the Brooklyn Arts Center. Having their ceremony inside with natural wood and luxurious fabrics gave this black tie evening something extra. The bride and bridesmaids bouquets had deep burgundy dahlias, blush garden roses, plum scabiosa, cream astilbe, and flowing seeded eucalyptus for a natural design. As for the ladies in the wedding party, they donned fur wraps to accentuate the rich, winter styling. For a personal touch, the groom had a special request for his boutonniere to be made from beer hops.
Floating candles and touches of greenery all around the reception made it feel like a romantic winter wonderland. The guest tables had gold mercury vases that held arrangements with blooms that complimented the bouquets. Up on stage for the sweethearts table was decorated with over the top large balloons in gold, cream and blush with streamers to make for a fun focal point, and a MR. and MRS. balloon on each of the bride and grooms chairs. The naked style, four-tier cake was nothing short of a show stopper with a drape of flowers cascading down the front.
When it comes to love, if it's not meant to be there's nothing in the world that can make it happen, but if it is, ain't nothing in the world gonna stop it. The way that Dana and Dave look at each other you can just tell its a "nothings gonna stop us" look, and we are all here for it. Wishing the very best to the happy couple for many years to come!
Venue: Brooklyn Arts Center
Photographer: Erin L. Taylor Photography