At the King Plow Arts Center a simple and elegant wedding honoring Chinese and Jewish traditions was celebrated!
Delicate orchids decorated the rooms for the ceremony and reception. Bold American’s decor enchanted wedding participants and guests.
The Officiant was Dr. Jon Krane, a professor at Emory and a brother-in-law. Combining Jewish and Chinese traditions gave the wedding ceremony additional cultural richness. The bride and groom exchanged vows under a traditional Jewish chuppah. A Chinese tea ceremony honoring the bride and groom’s parents was beautifully executed. A custom of witness participation with everyone in attendance signing a poster added further meaning to the beautiful wedding ceremony. Delicate orchids visible throughout the room for the ceremony as well as the reception, enhanced the exotic and warm ambiance of simplicity and elegance.
Check out the cocktail hour centerpieces. Orange and white orchids were the featured flowers of the evening.
Check out the incredible lit-up bar in the middle of the room. What an inviting atmosphere!
The place card table.
With a mix of rectangular and circular tables throughout the reception room, the tables not only looked inviting but were creatively placed for elegance and a unique celebratory atmosphere.
Various glasses of different heights filled with lit candles enhanced the beauty of the reception room!
Check out the simple but elegant wedding cake! Simplicity and elegance truly dominated this most gorgeous wedding from the ceremony until the last dance of the reception!
On the way out – Guests were invited to fill blue chinese take out containers with
South African chocolates – a perfect mixture of two countries!
Photography by Sean Randall captured memories of this
Orchid Enchanted Wedding Evening Celebration! One of my favorites below.
Imagine what beautiful pictures Sean could take at your event.
Music by DJ Joel from Lethal Rhythms encouraged everyone to get up on the dance floor and enjoy themselves.
Wedding family and guests were treated to party favors with photos from Red Eye’s Photo Booth installation.
Transportation via shuttles was provided by Metro Tour Shuttle.