The elegant floral from the church will be used again later at the dinner.
The bride's elegant clutch bouqet in a delicate array of lilacs and lavenders..
At the cocktail reception, a new linen treatment for the highboys.
The martini ice luge at the cocktail reception; note the wedding couple's monogram.
The dramatic dining room at the hotel, with a upscale, supper-club mood.
A closer view of a centerpiece lamp.
The head table is a combination of one 60-inch round for the bride and groom plus two 48-inch rounds, one on each side, for the bridal party.
Elegant lamps and mirrors decorate the back bar.
A detail on the back-bar lamp.
The view of the dining room from the head table.
Elegant lounges in the corners of the ballroom serve as cocktail areas.
A closer view of the lounge areas--the floral is repurposed from the church floral.
The ivory dance floor, featuring the couple's monogram.
Each place setting features a personalized menu, which also serves as a place card.
The elegant dining room.
A closer view of the repurposed floral.
A floral detail from the bride's Vera Wang gown serves as inspiration for the wedding cake ....
... here, the wedding-gown flower appears on the wedding cake.
The wedding cake in all its glory.
The wedding cake against the blue lighting of the dining room. The bridal couple said the cake was so lovely that they didn't want to cut it.
Each guest's intermezzo was served in a sunflower-shaped ice cup.
A sweet surprise--a top-your-own doughnut buffet.
The lighting in the room shifts from white to blue as the happy couple takes the dance floor. To enjoy more beautiful Photo Galleries, just click here.
The invitation arrives in an ivory silk box tied with lilac organza ribbon accented with a purple rhinestone pin. The exquisite invitation introduces the event's color scheme: ivory with shades of purple, lilac and lavender, along with silver accents.