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Daisy + Jonathan, The Estate on Second

Champagne bubbled over each girl’s glass in The Suite at The Estate on Second while last minute final touches were being complete. Sparkling earrings and neutral dresses were put on by Daisy’s bridesmaids, then they went upstairs into The Attic to await their first look of the bride. Daisy slipped into a gorgeous off-the-shoulder, all lace wedding gown, sprayed on her Dior perfume, and headed up to show off her full look. On the count of three, each bridesmaid opened their eyes to see the radiant bride before them. Excited cheering and compliments came pouring in and contagious smiles filled everyones faces. Up next, it was the grooms turn to see his bride. Jonathan came up to The Attic and with a tap on the shoulder, he turned around to see Daisy. Sweet words were exchanged between the two before they were joined by their bridal party for pre-ceremony photos.

Guests found their seats downstairs in the Crystal Ballroom. A floral arch install filled with white flowers and fresh greenery marked the spot where the bride and groom would exchange vows. Smaller white arrangements contrasted the black floor and sat next to each row of chairs. Before long, music cued up and Jonathan made his appearance down the aisle ending with Daisy. The two recited traditional vows in front of family and friends and sealed the deal with a kiss before heading into cocktail hour. Next door to the Crystal Ballroom, guests sipped on beer and wine and enjoyed small bites of Filet & Wild Mushroom Wellingtons and Thai Chicken Spring Rolls. The bridal party ventured outside to take photos together around the venue and surrounding area and mat back up with guests for the reception.

Tables in the Crystal Ballroom were draped in ivory linen and centerpieces of white roses and ranunculus made for a dreamy setup. Guests took their seats and the bride and groom shared their first dance as husband and wife under sparkling chandeliers. Family and friends made toasts sparking laughs from the crowd, then dinner was served. A delicious menu of Zucchini Lime Chicken, Tortellini with Creamy Pesto, Pear & Walnut Salad, Red Roasted Garlic Potatoes, and Fresh Vegetable Medley was decided on by the bride and groom during their planning process with our Event Specialist, Sierra. Jonathan and Daisy wanted to make sure all their guests were satisfied with their dinner, even the most particular eaters of the group. The food did not disappoint and rave reviews were shared around each table. To end on a sweet note, a white wedding cake with creme filling and whipped cream icing was cut by the bride and groom and shared with their guests. Dancing and posting for pictures at the photo booth filled the remainder of the evening with fun and before guests sent the newlyweds off.

Venue: The Estate on Second // Catering: Jay’s Catering // Photographer: Capture Me Studio // Florist: Third + Park // MUA: Beauty by Sophia

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