When Jessica & Dillon envisioned their wedding day, they wanted it to be timeless and romantic. They knew they wanted to get married at Hotel Crescent Court after falling in love with the architecture. In fact, that garden is where they got engaged! It was the perfect blend of beautiful gardens with the contemporary vibe of the hotel.
The couple truly enjoyed taking their formal photos throughout Hotel Crescent Court - there were so many spaces that were interesting and beautiful. The details on the historic buildings make each photo unique.
The Moon Arch designed by Petals Couture was a show stopper. Lush with burgundy, blush, and ivory flowers and greenery, it both blended with the courtyard garden as well as made an impact. Jessica wanted the ceremony to have a classic feel as well as have some pin-worthy elements. The Moon Arch was moved after the ceremony behind the head table so it could add some more floral to the Gallery Ballroom.
The contemporary elements were throughout the entire wedding. Starting with simple, modern invitation suites that mirrored the structure of the architecture. The burgundy was the color in pop the flowers as well as the bridesmaid's dresses.
The reception was in the Gallery Ballroom on the second floor of The Crescent. It's neutral tones and elegant details made the perfect space to celebrate. The tables were layered with detailed place settings, candlelight, and a mix of lush tall and low floral arrangements. The gold script table numbers were another fun detail.
As guests arrived they came upon the modern escort card display, made out of acrylic and wood. It was created by the couple's family as a gift. Each guest's name was handwritten and displayed for them to find their tables.
This timeless, contemporary wedding brought out the beauty of Hotel Crescent Court in a stunning and elegant way.