Morning Garden Wedding Shines at Wyndgate Country Club

Nathan and Kiersten had a beautiful morning for their outdoor garden wedding at WyndgatIMG_2281e Country Club in Rochester Hills.  Nathan’s brother, Aric, officiated the ceremony with tradition and humor.  As the picture show, Florist Crissy Marble, created stunning arrangements using succulent plants.  We have never seen arrangement like this and appreciated the uniqueness of the idea which she carried into the bridal bouquets.  Amanda Powell and her staff did a phenomenal job orchestrating this garden ceremony.  It is always a pleasure to work with her and we appreciate her commitment to detail and assistance.  Kiersten and Nathan chose contemporary music for their wedding day.  We played “Can’t Help Falling in Love” for the mother’s seating, “A Thousand Years” for the bridal party and “Such Great Heights” for Kiersten’s processional.  The ceremony was held under the chuppah, lovingly designed and created for the couple by Aviva.  The ceremony concluded with the Jewish tradition of “breaking the glass”  followed by the cheers of “Mazel Tov” and our playing “Viva la Vida” by Coldplay.  Following the ceremony, guests were invited to follow renowned Aaron Jonah Lewis, the “fiddler” to the reception.  It was a well planned ceremony filled with special moments.  We send our best wishes to Nathan and Kiersten!  IMG_2282

Wyngate Country Club

Aaron Jonah Lewis

 

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