It was a day of great flowers and classic architecture for Stephanie and Aaron on their wedding. Stunning Peonies, Hydrangeas and Roses graced the wedding courtesy of Crimson and Clover Floral Design. Our setting was the Tremont Grand, with it’s diverse array of remarkable event rooms.
The ceremony took place in Edinburgh Hall, which has the look and feel of a Scottish castle, complete with chandeliers, columns and arched windows.
They next were transported to the Oriental Room for cocktails where the intricately decorated deep red walls created a very vibrant mood. Now for a reception in the Mirror Room where the three-sided head table looked like a european banquet. Gold table linens, gold Chiavari chairs, and the sand-colored stone walls turned this room into liquid gold. Our bride worked very closely with John Paul Berry of Absolute Entertainment to get just the right mix of music for their ballroom dancing as well as contemporary dance music that was a little bit different than the norm at weddings.
Did I mention the delicious SugarBakers cake? Last, but by no means least, Tremont’s Lauren Flaig coordinated the affair with her usual efficiency and grace. I overheard several guests commenting on how good the food and the service was on this fine night!