A Night at the Museum

A true homage to the museum, we embraced the artwork and artists who created these masterpieces with subtle nods through the floral palette and design, creative lighting and stationery.   The reception was in the great stair hall, which is lined with a series of Rubens tapestries, so the color palette was pulled from those: oxblood, plums and rich creams. One tapestry in particular actually depicted a marriage, The Marriage of Constantine and Fausta, and was used for the invitations. Sullivan Owen created sprawling, romantic florals — Dutch still life-inspired arrangements for the centerpieces and head tables to evoke the art. She used English roses for our groom’s heritage and Persian buttercups to reflect the bride’s.

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