Guests enter the hangar-turned-reception venue to find a sleek white space for cocktails.
The white lounge features white hydrangea, thick, custom-size carpets laid on the gray concrete, and sleek furniture.
Note the custom conical lamp shades at rear.
A closer look at the lamp shades.
A longer view of the cocktail lounge.
To mask the wings of the stage, the event team creates 26-foot custom "walls" disguised as shelving.
The event team adds bric-a-brac to the "shelving" to give richness and depth to units.
Note the use of lighting that gives further depth to the "shelving." Imagine Lighting Design handled lighting and stage design.
A "before" look as the partitions go in.
Another "before" shot, here showing the construction of the entrance to the reception, which will be lined with 16-foot trees.
The dining area keys on a color scheme of soft pink and white.
Roses and peonies dominate, held in clear glass vases of varying heights.
Arches of deep pink floral.
The long head table.
A long view of the dining room. The event offered 40 tables, including three communal tables. The 6-foot rounds in the rear area were set on raised levels and featured semicircular banquettes "to spoil the guests" seated there, notes KBY founder Koby Bar Yehuda.
Another view of the dining room.
Another view of the head table.
One of the communal tables; it was topped with a vintage lace tablecloth and a medley of glass candle holders with small roses and ivy.
The "tree of life," the theme chosen by the bride.
The allee of trees at the reception entrance.
A view of the trees from the dining area.
The napkins with a "tree of life" bracelet and short explanation of the theme.
Another view of the dining area.
To rein in the soaring ceiling of the hangar, the event team turns to towering floral.
A tall centerpiece.
A close-up of a centerpiece.
To add some fun, the event team creates a coffee-and-candy bar.
The pretty pink candy continues the event's palette.
The dramatic wedding cake, covered in roses, freesia and calas. Catering was handled by Food Art.
A view of the unique stage; it opened and closed for each new act.
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