Lavish Love Story at New York Botanical Garden

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Vows and joyful laughter under white Chuppah with hydrangeas and roses. Photo by Fred Marcus.

Lindsay and Noah said their vows under a dream-like white Chuppah studded with clusters of roses. We used color to achieve a perfect balance between timeless and modern for the classic ceremony and candlelit reception at New York Botanical Garden. Photographer Fred Marcus beautifully captured this smitten couple’s celebration.

We love using purple and lavender flowers for so many reasons. For outdoor weddings, purples are gorgeous against green grass and trees. Dresses in shades like plum and aubergine flatter nearly everyone, so bridesmaids look and feel their best. Here, we wrapped sweet lavender roses with deep berry ribbon to create the attendants’ bouquets.

Bridesmaids in deep plum dresses throw bouquets of lavender roses.

Lightscapes and centerpieces, with blossoms in shades of deep pink, lavender and lilac, created a dramatic mood. Arriving at the reception, guests were immersed in a violet glow. Floating opulent colors against clouds of white hydrangeas kept the look elegant and distinctive.

Flowers on glass pedestal by the bar.

Opulent arrangement floats on a glass pedestal above the card table.

Candles and flowers bring glow to tablescape.

Roses in shades of purple against creamy hydrangeas

The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, the country’s largest Victorian glasshouse, provided a stunning backdrop for photographs.

Newlyweds in front of Victorian glasshouse.

White elegance: traditional Chuppah at New York Botanical Gardens.

Lavender rose bouquet for the flower girl.

Venue: New York Botanical Garden
Planner: Tatiana Byron
Photographer Fred Marcus

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