Ashley and Tiffany’s Brooklyn wedding at the Green Building featured geometric elements softened by a pastel palette. Their love was felt by the whole room as they tied the knot under a gorgeous suspended floral chandelier!
Ashley and Tiffany were amazing clients to work with! Tiffany had a very specific vision for her wedding decor, and carried elements throughout the whole affair that brought a beautiful softness to Brooklyn’s Green Building. The former brass foundry was built in 1889 and then converted into an event venue. Tiffany recalls how she and Rachel planned the florals for the space. “The venue is very rustic and I knew softening the floral color would bring a romantic feel to the space. I wanted the colors to be soft, however I left everything up to the creative direction of Rachel and her team as far as type of flowers would be used.”
Guests were treated to a stunning suspended floral chandelier under which Ashley and Tiffany exchanged vows. The rounded chandelier was created using lush and voluminous hydrangea for the base, several varieties of white, cream, blush and pink roses, pink carnations, cafe au lait dahlias and greenery.
Tiffany and Ashley carried geometric shapes throughout several of the wedding details to bring cohesion to the decor. It started with a gorgeous geometric invitation by Amanda Day Rose. Interlocking triangles and squares were repeated on table numbers, menus, signage, the wedding cake. For the tablescape, we designed a mixture of pastel toned cafe au lait dahlias, ranunculus, garden roses and Phalaenopsis orchids in terrarium and square glass vases that created a rustic feel across their long tables.
Tiffany recalls that her favorite moment of the night was actually after the wedding! Close family and friends of the brides went on a spontaneous karaoke outing. “Singing in our wedding attire was a perfect end to the night!”