Here is Part 2 of Cindy and Brent’s wedding. You can view part 1 here. As I mentioned, Cindy and Brent had a beautiful ceremony on the stage of the Scranton Cultural Center. Behind the stage is a gorgeous 2 tiered ballroom where guests enjoyed cocktails and the reception. The Scranton Cultural Center did all the lighting under Lindsay’s art direction. When planning the reception, Lindsay Landman Events was given a lot of freedom with her design. You have to love clients who trust their wedding partners. This wedding was truly a collaboration and lots of trust was given to all of us to do what we do best. Thank you to Cindy, Brent and their families for trusting all of us.
Cindy asked Lindsay to incorporate color and make the venue warm on a cold winter’s night. Cindy’s mom asked for the “WOW” factor . They both wanted formal elegance with a contemporary feel. This is exactly what Lindsay does best. Lindsay incorporated tall centerpieces to give the wow and compliment the tall ceilings. She used plexiglass with mixed floral arrangements to add a contemporary look and reflect the candlelight. Hundreds of candles were used to give the warm, glowy feel Cindy was after. Lindsay also added arched branches, dotted with hand wired crystals, on the tall centerpieces for some drama and to achieve the additional height that Cindy’s mom was looking for. Each place setting had gold rimmed plates with a circle menu crafted by Invitations by Ana. Ana also did the table numbers, elegantly framed in gold frames.
Lindsay designed the escort card table with mirrors, candles and flowering branches. Deep purple escort cards were made by Michael Weinstein of MJW Calligraphy. As people entered, they were greeted by a frame of glowing candles followed by a table full of candles and a custom designed guestbook with photos from Cindy and Brent’s Get to Know You session. Lindsay custom designed the couples monogram that was projected on the dance floor and placed on the napkins and favors. Lots of yummy food was provided by The Epicurean Delight. The flowers on the cake were exquisitely made by Sugar Flower Cake Shop . Guests danced all night to the Russ Bennett Orchestra of Hank Lane Music. At the end of the night, macarons made by the Macaron Café in NYC in LLE specially designed packages.