Classic Elegance Defines Wedding at The Reserve of Birmingham

Congratulations to Susan and Ryan on their wedding and reception at The Reserve in Birmingham. This elegant destination is a fairly new banquet center from the people who run Big Rock Chop and Brew House on Eton. Commissioned artwork and a blown-glass chandelier decorate the lobby. Large windows, vaulted ceilings, mahogany wood, and a granite fireplace were chosen for their residential feel. Nicole from Emerald City Designs coordinated the event and created a fabulous evening. Of special note were the flowers used on the chuppah and in the dining room. The arrangements of white roses and hydrangeas were stunning! The silver and white combination used throughout the evening communicated classic elegance. We had the pleasure of playing all classical music for the ceremony and a mix of styles for the cocktail hour. The family and bridal party processed to “Air” from Handel’s Watermusic while Susan, in a gorgeous gown with silver detailing, processed to the well known Pachelbel’s Canon. We wish Susan and Ryan the very best as they begin their life together.
The Reserve of Birmingham
Emerald City Designs

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