Bride and Groom Diana and David, both lovers of old books, libraries, and all things vintage, opted for a unique and memorable wedding at the Georgian Terrace Hotel that turned out to be the stuff of fairytales.
Juli Vaughn Designs made their vision come to life with her years of expertise and boundless imagination!
The ceremony space was absolutely incredible; Juli created a chuppah made from piled high books and draping book pages. Each bouquet and boutonnière was also embellished with book “leaves”, and even the flower girls dropped book “petals” from their baskets.
Each table’s centerpiece was unique and different from the rest; collections of bud vases, tall cylinders with floating candles and small stacks of books.
To top off the unique and different decor, RSVP Invitations were responsible for the place cards and menus.
In observance of Shabbat, the bride and groom opted to have their ceremony after a cocktail hour, to provide the rabbi enough time to travel after sunset.
The cocktail hour boasted a full bar as well as a grazing station of artisan cheeses, dried fruits, flatbreads and crackers, along with passed hors d’oeuvres.
Following the ceremony, the guests were welcomed directly into the reception space for the start of the party.
US Beat provided a live band, making the bride and groom’s entrance very energetic, and kept the crowd going all night long!
Many a lasting memory was made by the incredible work of Vosamo Photography, and Frosted Pumpkin Gourmet provided the most incredible cake – layers of vanilla with coconut and carrot with cream cheese. Deeeee-lish!
To top the evening off, their guests were treated to a late night snack of soft jumbo pretzels with cheese and mustard dipping sauces – such a hit! The pretzels were even served inside of paper sleeves that were stamped to look like pages from a book!
All in all, this was an incredible wedding that we feel so honored to have been a part of.
We wish Diana and David nothing but the best in this next chapter (see what we did there?) of their life!