Tropical Rose Gold Wedding at the Rainbow Room

A+A's wedding started out with a lovely invitation suite by Fourteen Forty in navy and rose gold with art deco details inspired by their venue the Rainbow Room.  The invitation to their India wedding was also included in the same suite, with the same colour palette, but a very different design details from the New York invitation.  

Fleurs did such an amazing job creating lush tropical greenery and florals ranging from creamy whites and blush pinks at the ceremony to hot pink accents at the reception!  They were married under a stunning ring of florals with hanging globe votives.  

The tall circular floral arrangements high above the mirrored tables from Luxe were such a wow moment as guests stepped into the magnificent Rainbow Room.  The rose gold menus added a perfect shine to the tablescape.  THIS cake.  Madison Lee designed the most incredible navy and rose gold cake to complement their invitation suite and everyone was blown away.  We had the cake displayed on a blush patterned sequin linen from BBJ to highlight the rose gold.  The music from Blaire Band impressed everyone so much, that the father of the bride even gave a speech to thank Blaire at the end of the party!  It was such a bright and fun summer celebration full of personal style!  

 
 

Event Planning: Ang Weddings and Events | Photography: Dave Robbins Photography | Videography: Anna Davis at Christian Oth Studio | Venue: Rainbow Room | Floral Design: Fleurs | Band: Blaire Band | Harp: Elan Artists | Invitation and Paperie: Fourteen Forty | Cake: Madison Lee's Cakes | Linens: BBJ | Rentals: Luxe Event Rentals | Photobooth: Mirmir | Hair and Makeup: Face Time Beauty | Lighting: Bentley Meeker | Gown: Kleinfeld Bridal 
 

Jewel Toned Rainbow Room Wedding

Rachel and Brian wanted a formal New York City wedding and found the perfect place at the iconic Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Plaza.  The stunning views of the city and the gorgeous art deco details in the historic venue made it a sure thing as soon as they saw the space.

Rachel and her mom love flowers and orchids in particular.  Naturally I thought of my good friend By Yena Designs, who happens to be an orchid whisperer.  She sources the most divine orchids and creates such stunning arrangements with them.  As soon as guests stepped off the elevator to the 65th floor, they saw the empire state building and were greeted with a lucite escort table filled with flowers.  The Fourteen Forty escort cards were burgundy with hand calligraphy by Mary Ellen in bright white.  The chuppah simply took everyone's breath away with the floral masterpiece that Yena created dripping with orchids.  As guests moved to dinner in the Rainbow Room, the palette moved to deeper jewel tones with a sea of romantic pillar and votive candles.  

Their signature cocktail sign was a "well-stocked bar".  Their beloved beagle Duke was there in spirit with a photo of his head on a stick that everyone loved using with the photo booth.  In lieu of a formal guestbook, the couple provided each table with a bottle of wine that guests signed with markers.  With each year's anniversary, they will open the bottle with the corresponding table number.  What a lovely way to celebrate!  

Thank you to Shawn Connell at Christian Oth Studio for these beautiful images.  Next up I will be sharing their video, which is not to be missed!  

Published on Grace Ormonde Wedding Style

 
 

Wedding planner: Ang Weddings and Events | Photography: Shawn Connell at Christian Oth Studio | Videography: McKenzie Miller Films | Florals: By Yena Designs | Paperie: Fourteen Forty | Calligraphy: Mary Ellen | Rentals: Party Rental Ltd | Band The Elements and Ceremony Strings: Elan Artists | Rabbi Robert Levine | Cake: Sylvia Weinstock Cakes | Gown: Naeem Khan via Mark Ingram Atelier | Hair and makeup: Face Time Beauty | Lighting: Bentley Meeker Lighting Staging | photobooth: We Love Photobooths

Top wedding planner Ang Weddings and Events helps couples to create memorable celebrations with thoughtful details and an understated elegance.