An Art Deco Wedding at the Top Of the World
Jessie and Brendan’s Art Deco Rainbow Room wedding was epic. Not epic in the epic sense, as much as epic in the EPIC sense! The Rainbow Room is an epic venue and perfect for a jaw dropping first look against the breathtaking backdrop of the New York City skyline. Furthermore, everything about this couple’s special day shined with happiness, from the golden and white details, to the sparkle in their eyes as they giggled and smiled together through the night. Even their names glowed brightly thanks to the beautiful neon art created by Marcus Conrad Poston. The timeless luxury of the Rainbow Room along with the classic Art Deco styling made this truly an exquisite affair.
Good Job, Pierre!
In addition to the epic venue, Jessie and Brendan have an epically important guest. Probably the most important part of the story is Pierre. He’s an adorable French Bulldog who worked his magic and pulled his Cupid bow, striking at just the right moment to bring this sweet, happy couple together. It was only natural that Pierre took center stage at their incredible wedding on top of the world at the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center. He looked just as handsome as his parents as they posed for portraits at The Top Of The Rock. Good job, Pierre!
Golden, Lux Styling for the Elegant Rainbow Room
There’s very few things I love as much as the classics. If you can imagine a wedding day that’s glamorous, Jessie and Brendan’s choices from stationery to dress to decor to jewelry was tasteful and chosen to reflect the timeless, elegant quality of the Rockefeller Center in New York City. The photographs seem timeless due to a soft romance in the vintage design elements and details in white, gold, and black. Also, the crystal decor and unique architecture of the Rainbow Room lended an upscale feel. Finally, the sweet white chuppah was a perfect symbol for the day.
Because Jessie and Brendan set their date for spring, they also took advantage of the beautiful seasonal blooms and drenched the place in cherry blossoms. For so many of us, cherry blossoms symbolize the start of something new, something great, therefore it was another great example of ways that the details of this Art Deco wedding reflected Jessie and Brendan’s love. In conclusion, we wrapped up the night with an EPIC kiss under the iconic neon Rainbow Room sign on the busy street of New York City. Check out the photo and let me know what you think in the comments.
PHOTOGRAPHY: KAREN HILL PHOTOGRAPHY http://karenhill.com/
WEDDING PLANNER: CLASSIC EVENTS, DANIELLE ELDER https://www.classiceventsnyc.com/
RECEPTION: RAINBOW ROOM https://rainbowroom.com/
VENUE COORDINATOR: JOHN BENKE
FLORIST: BELLE FLEUR https://www.bellefleurny.com/
CAKE: MADISON LEE CAKES https://www.madisonleescakes.com/
STATIONERY: ATELIER ISABEY http://atelierisabey.com/
BAND: ELEMENT MUSIC https://www.elementmusic.com/
BRIDE’S GOWN: JENNY PACKMAN
BRIDE’S SHOES: JIMMY CHOO http://us.jimmychoo.com/en/home
TUXEDO: PAUL SMITH https://www.paulsmith.com
PHOTO BOOTH: THE BOSCO https://www.thebosco.com/
NEON SIGN: MARCUS CONRAD POSTON https://www.marcusconradposton.com/
Art Deco Wedding Gallery: Rainbow Room, NYC