Kera and David were overjoyed to be having their wedding at the historic and magical Angel Orensanz Center, the oldest surviving synagogue building in New York City. This place truly glows with history and tradition. It’s interior structure resembles the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and has a sanctuary designed to look like the Sistine Chapel. The couple just loved that the synagogue linked their Jewish heritage while providing a place to start their future. Angel Orensanz housed both the couple’s ceremony and the reception where gorgeous deep reds, sultry purples and the soft glow of the candle lite created a romantic ambiance throughout the night. After a touching ceremony the rocking reception blew the night away, filled with delicious food, dancing, live rock n’ roll and a light show! If this wedding is any kind of prediction of this vibrant couple’s marriage we know it will be filled with a ton of love and lots of fun.
Kera looked stunning on her big day
Flowers trimmed the chuppah completing the beautiful canopy.
Enza from Diana Gould ltd. designed breathtaking floral arrangements to frame the aisle.
These orange, watermelon, and mint flavored waters were poured into champagne glasses for guests to sip on as they arrived and mingled before the ceremony. Such a refreshing idea!
The candles below designed by the creative bride and groom served as unique table seatings for guests. It was simply magical to see all the candles together and then to watch them slowly make their way around the room and glow throughout the reception.
The lights completed the entire look of the reception. From elegant to lively they changed all night long to reflect the mood of each moment.
We wish Kera and David a lifetime of happiness!
Event Planning: Ali Barone Events (nyweddingmaven.com)
Photography: Mark Nelson Photography (marknelsonphoto.com)
Cinematography: Robert Charles
Flowers & Decor: Enza Anastasi (Diana Gould DianaGouldLtd.com)
Catering: EspritEvents (EspritEvents.com)
Band: Erik Marshal Band at Hank Lane Music & Productions (HankLane.com)