The bride and groom, Sylwia and Adam, had a clean, simple, and tasteful vision for their ceremony and celebration, which was held at The Inn At New Hyde Park.
The ceremony took place at St. Cyril and Methodious Church in Greenpoint. We decorated the church with TONS of baby's breath, both lining the aisle and also at the alter area. The aisle was also draped with ribbons between the baby's breath bunches. It made for a very festive and cute look.
The bridal bouquet was made of clusters of white roses, ranunculus, cymbidium and dendrobium orchids. It all came together to look very sweet and even as if it was made of tons of little butterflies. The Bridesmaid bouquets were darker magenta toned, along with a mix of boutonieres and corsages.
The bushels of baby's breath just foreshadowed what was to come later at the reception: extra large and extra tall globes of white hygrangeas with their extra tall glass trumpet vases! These table centerpieces of exclusively white hydrangeas communicated a choice and commitment to elegant taste that everyone could relate to. It was like having a larger-than-life, fairytale hydrangea tree on each table! We also placed small vases of single white hydrangeas around the bottom of the tall centerpieces, followed by interspersing white candles in slim and sleek glass holders among them. It was a beautiful and modern interpretation of the traditional wedding color of white!
Congratulations, Sylwia and Adam, and best wishes!