The cheerful escort card table at the venue, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. In a switch from tradition, the couple decided to have their guests seated at their assigned tables to watch the wedding ceremony.
The bridal bouquet: white dove and vendella roses accented with brooches of Italian crystal.
The 17 bridesmaids carry round bouquets of white hydrangeas with streamers of curly ribbon, which will be echoed in the dining room decor.
A long view of the chuppah.
With roses as the central theme, custom-designed and handmade paper roses form the chuppah frame while streams of crystals and roses anchor each corner. A fabric rose serves as the center.
A closer view.
The front view.
The rose at the center.
At the end of the wedding ceremony, the curtain behind the chuppah dropped to reveal the band, backed by a wall of custom-designed, handmade paper roses. The dramatic reveal provided a clear signal that the party had begun.
At the same time the curtain drop revealed the band, traveling drapes parted to reveal the beautiful wedding cake.
Square floral arrangements suspended above square tables mimic the look of the chuppah.
A closer view of a square table.
The room also features round tables, topped with a topiary-style sculpture of floral balls snaking toward the ceiling.
A closer view of a round table ...
... and another.
Finally, rectangular tables feature a parade of silver and crystal-studded candelabra.
The candelabra are accented with garlands of crystals and mounds of roses.
The tabletop for the round tables.
A closer view of the square tabletop.
A closer view of the rectangular tabletop.
Elegant details mark the event decor, such as the variety of chairback treatments.
Lovely roses on a chair.
Streamers on chairbacks.
Candelabras soar above tabletops.
The bar glows.
Closer views of tabletop floral ...
and another ...
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