“And through love I will be, you will be, we’ll be.” -Naruda Sonnet

20160612_160905The beautiful words of the  Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda, and quotes from Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s book “The Gift of the  Sea” enhanced the lush and romantic setting of Planterra Conservatory for Jenny and Jason’s recent wedding. It was an appropriate setting for the classical melodies of Bach, Brahms, Debussy, Mozart and Vivaldi, which we played for the seating of the guests.  Both families and the bridal party walked in to Bach’s Air on a G string while Jenny and her father entered to the strains of Pachelbel’s Kanon. Following the pronouncement of husband and wife, Jenny and Jason recessed to Vivaldi’s Spring.

Planterra always looks as if you’ve stepped into a tropical fairy tale with its lush plantings, elegant table settings, twinkling lights and unique floral arrangements around every turn.  Tiffany Zendejas of Party Assurance coordinated the event with her usual professionalism.  Nichole Bertucci of “A Simple I Do” officiated the wedding ceremony with words of love, good humor and an appreciation for the sacredness of the evening. The venue, coordinator and officiant combined to ensure that the evening proceeded flawlessly.

The couple, who met online, celebrated the evening with dinner under the stars thanks to Planterra’s glass ceiling along with the music of Mike Staff Productions and the sweet concoctions of Sweet Heather Anne Bakery.  Best wishes to Jason and Jenny!

Planterra Conservatory20160612_160808

Party Assurance

A Simple I Do

Mike Staff Productions

Sweet Heather Anne Bakery

Published in: on July 17, 2016 at 9:47 pm  Leave a Comment  

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