It has been a busy Summer at Shawn Rabideau Events! As I mentioned, we opened our Charleston, SC office earlier this year and have been busy connecting with all of the wonderful vendors there. I can't wait to start showing you photos of upcoming Charleston weddings.
For today I want to share a beautiful wedding I planned and designed at The Liberty Warehouse on New York Harbor last Summer. It was a beautiful event with some fun details that I would like to share.
The day started with a ceremony at St. Francis Xavier Church in Manhattan. This is such a beautiful setting for the ceremony that I really did not need to add decor elements to the ceremony.
As I mentioned, I kept the decor elements clean and simple. This is reflected in the Bride's bouquet that included pink and white blooms with roses, peonies and anemones.
Following the ceremony, guests were taken by Motorcoach to The Liberty Warehouse in Brooklyn. While I have to say that as you approach this venue many guests would question where they are going, but once you get there, the setting is incredible. With great views of New York harbor and Manhattan, it offered the perfect setting for a lively reception.
For the floral bright spring colors in pink, fuschia and peach were used to add life to the decor and the room.
I combined long and round tables with high and low arrangements create movement and give a wonderful flow to the room. I then added lots of candlelight including hanging votives to create a romantic glow.
While storms did roll through during the evening, they created some great photo opportunities with spectacular skies and an amazing sunset.
To cap off the evening, as guests were leaving they were able to pick-up their favorite comfort food from the food truck we brought it. It was the perfect end to a great New York wedding. I would like to thank all of the great vendors who brought this event together and Michael Justin Films for the photos featured here.
I am always excited to share a great wedding experience and hope you enjoy reading about them.
Until next time....