Guests entered the ballroom of the St. Regis Atlanta to find two giant trees flanking the aisle and rows of clear acrylic Louis XIV chairs.
The clear chairs add a modern touch and keep sightlines unobstructed.
A closer view of the entryway trees; along with platforms holding vases of flowers and candles, they provided a dramatic backdrop for the bride's entrance.
Framing the ceremony itself, this "wedding canopy" of branches and white flowers includes hydrangea, roses and orchids. The canopy is constructed of four legs supporting an arch.
A closer view of the canopy's legs.
A cluster of blooms and votives accents the planter holding the canopy's leg.
A view of the top of the wedding canopy.
Another view of the canopy.
A long view of the canopy.
After guests left the ceremony for cocktails in the prefunction area, the event team moved the canopy to serve as the display area for the wedding cake.
A detail from the canopy corner.
Escort cards are presented in an oversize white lacquered frame with floral insets in the corners.
Rhinestone pins attach the esocrt cards to the satin backdrop.
The floral arrangement in the cocktail area.
Guests return to the ballroom for dinner to find it completely transformed. The room is completely draped in sheer ivory fabric and a 24-by-24-foot dance floor is positioned beneath the chandelier, which is surrounded by a canopy of ribbons and crystals.
The 100 guests dine at square tables covered in floor-length white lamour with an overlay of white linens embellished with silver metallic circles.
The DJ holds sway at the booth bearing the bridal couple's monogram.
A view of a dining table.
The menu sits on a silver-beaded charger. Specialty Murano stemware adds an elegant touch.
The wedding party and family sat at a large estate table. Instead of a single centerpiece, the table was dressed with a series of tall displays along with bouquets for a lush tablescape.
Guest tables featured white floral in clear glass vases. Each vase had a "collar" of white blooms at its narrowest point,
Instead of mixing floral types, these arrangements cluster like floral in various areas of the arrangement. The blooms include hydrangea, phalaeonopsis orchids, Polar Star roses, tulips and callas. Lighting played a powerful role; floral is pin-spotted, and lavender washes put a glow on the dance floor.
A closer view of the centerpiece floral.
Remember the Ghost chairs from the ceremony? They appear again at dinner.
A view of the crystal canopy over the dance floor.
The ribbon-and-crystal strands were suspended from a 24-by-24-foot truss.
A detail of the silk organza ribbons and crystals.
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