Emily and Mark hosted an intimate wedding at the Carnegie Institute. Warm shades of yellow brightened up what was otherwise a typical, December day. Emily carried a bridal bouquet of beautiful white and ivory peonies, roses, ranunculus, cymbidium orchids, and mini-calla lilies. Mark’s boutonniere featured a sleek and streamlined white mini-calla lily, while the rest of the men wore white ranunculus blossoms.
The ceremony took place in the stately rotunda. A simple white-poled chuppah provided the focal point for the ceremony. Each pole was seated in a white planter box filled with a lush design of hydrangea, stock, roses, and spray roses in shades of white and yellow. The couple’s tallit served as the canopy over the structure.
Elegant, long tables dressed in a beautiful gray and white patterned linen extended the length of the ballroom in three rows. Two rows featured a collection of white vases of varying heights, each with monobotanic designs in shades of yellow. The vases were interspersed with sleek, glass vases with a white phalaenopsis orchid stem. On the center table, the collection of flowers was further filled in with a lush bank of hydrangea, stock, roses, and spray roses.
Ceremony & Reception: Carnegie Institute
Caterer: Kosher Kitchen
Photography: Kurstin Roe Photography
Florist: Petal’s Edge Floral Design
Coordinator: Sara Muchnick Events