A Gorgeous Multicultural Celebration: From Start to Finish (A Ballroom Transformed into a Wedding Wonderland!)
January 2, 2018
Ballroom WeddingsHotels + Resorts WeddingsSummer Weddings
I write about weddings day in and day out but sometimes I'm just at a loss. And today is one of those days. But it's not because I'm not inspired - it's the opposite in fact. This wedding before me, well, I'm just in awe and obsessed and just want to look through every single one of Still55 Photography's pics over and over again. The color palette: perfect. The Bride: beyond beautiful. The ballroom: transformed into a wedding wonderland. I don't even know what else to say... I'm head over heels. Hop on over to our gallery right this instant and join me in this love fest.
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From Still55 Photography... When the bride wanted a ballroom transformed into her ethereal wedding dream, Emily Claire Events did just that. With timeless imagery by Still55 Photography, gorgeous blooms from Forage Botanical, and a stunning lace BHLDN gown, this celebration can't be missed!

From Emily Claire Events... It's not hard to say that Deepak and Annabelle are one of the sweetest couples I have ever worked with. With the pair living out of state, we were unable to meet in person until a few weeks prior to their big day. Most of our collaboration was done over Skype where I spent many hours getting to know this lovely duo. It was obvious after our first conversation that they had a passion for travel, as well as their heritage, and we wanted to incorporate that into their wedding.

Annabelle initially had a vision of a dreamy outdoor wedding, but she already had a ballroom booked for her date because of logistical factors. We worked closely together to bring her vision to life by including loads of lush greenery and florals, setting up wedding party portraits to be captured in the gardens of the stunning historic Swan House, and integrating flowing white drapery and linens to lighten and brighten the venue space.

As for the travel inspiration, one of the couple's favorite destinations is France, so we included macarons as a tribute in the welcome bags and little French details can be seen throughout the wedding styling. As an ode to the groom's Indian heritage, the bride and bridesmaids had traditional Indian henna done after the rehearsal dinner. The bride's family being from Vietnam, we served a delicious Asian ice cream alongside the wedding cake. It was truly enjoyed by all!