Club Wed

ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageWe recently had the privilege to partake in the wedding of Francesca and James Covey at The Viceroy’s Club 50. Their Miami nuptials, because they also had a celebration in D.C., was the perfect blend of Miami night’s meets elegance and romance for this fantastic couple!

So how does one integrate both? Simple. The venue itself provided the ambiance of something different and killer views of the city. It was the perfect backdrop. For the ceremony, a four post arch was created and covered with white flowers framing the couple with natural and effortless elegance. The beautiful sounds of a string quartet entertained guests as they awaited the processional. And the brides bouquet? Entirely Anemone’s thanks to Ines Naftali …. Gor-geous!

At the reception, guests were greeted with city chic tablescapes, views of the sun setting, and a delicious meal. Tables were adorned with steel grey linens that were modern and a great neutral against the blue’s and green’s of the club. Silver chiavari chairs with navy chair pads from Contempo Linens dressed up the tables instantly. Cue the flowers! This is where the elegance and romance came into the picture. Ines Naftali Floral and Event Design did an amazing job by bringing in soft lilies of the valley (the bride’s favorite! which also complimented her Vera Wang gown), ivory roses, white hydrangeas, and touches of cascading green florals all mounted on a combination of either sterling silver candelabras or mirror vases to break up the room.

Wedding bands were custom made by Ring Finger Studio. Take a look for yourself with these beautiful images from Hera Studios!

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