A & G's Modern Black and White Winter Wedding

This wedding was marked by its sleek black and white theme, setting the stage for an unforgettable celebration. Ashley's custom veil and temporary tattoos added a touch of personality to the event, and neon signage gave the entire venue a contemporary edge.
Ashley's bouquet was a vision of elegance, featuring white roses, baby's breath, and orchids. This delicate combination created an ethereal, soft look that perfectly matched the modern theme.
What truly stole the show was the 20-foot hanging baby's breath installation behind the head table. It added a sense of romance and wonder to the entire space. This showstopper was complemented by hanging baby's breath clouds adorned with white roses, creating an enchanting atmosphere throughout the venue. A large focal arrangement at the base of the head table and another that ran along the length of the stage tied the entire look together.
Every detail of this wedding was carefully considered. The acrylic chairs and charger plates added an element of lightness to the space, keeping with the modern aesthetic. The black and white glassware further unified the theme, creating a cohesive and striking look that was both bold and elegant.
The light installation above the dance floor made guests feel like they were dancing beneath a starry sky. The dazzling lights added an extra layer of magic to the event, and as the music played and the guests danced the night away, it truly felt like a fairy tale come to life.
In every sense, this wedding was a true spectacle, and it was clear that Ashley and Gabe had pulled out all the stops. The dedication to creating a modern black and white wedding with such attention to detail and creativity was nothing short of magical. It was a day that will be cherished forever, not just by the couple but by all who had the privilege of being a part of it.


Florals: Gather Florals and Events
Design and Planning: Saluti Designs
Videographer: Olivia Fedele Film
Signage & Print: Statue Rue
Band: Soular


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