Jessica and Doug envisioned a romantic and intimate wedding with a splash of glamour. The gorgeous indoor garden setting of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden was the perfect choice, and a pink and white color palette enhanced the natural, lush beauty of the setting. Ariston Flowers NYC created a mix of garden roses, hydrangea, and snap dragons for the centerpiece, a dramatic dogwood arrangement for the escort card table of succulents, and a gorgeous altar arch of roses and hydrangea. But nothing could possibly outshine Jessica on this day – she is positively resplendent in a customized Pronovias gown. Sleeves were added to the Taciana gown, and a dramatic cathedral veil and pearl hairpin finished the look. The couple prioritized floral, photography, and videography. Their wedding trailer from NST Pictures is so emotional and joyous, and The Ramsdens captured each moment beautifully. We love this couple and their stunning wedding!
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