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Bride Gets Her Wish for Snow on Her Wedding Day

Rondo String Quartet plays for wedding at Belle Isle Conservatory

The snowstorm outside and botanical gardens inside created a beautiful atmosphere for Nicole and Nicholas to begin their married life together. They were married at the Belle Isle Conservatory, the oldest continually-running conservatory in the United States. The Conservatory is divided into five distinct sections: Palm House, the Tropical House, the Cactus House, a sunken Fernery, and the Show House. One of Detroit's gems, and one of the many places to visit - and to get married - on Belle Isle.

Several people let us know that Nicole was hoping for snow on her wedding day, and she certainly got her wish. Being inside the gardens and seeing the snow hit the roof made for a cozy and delightful day. It was also wonderful to see Nickolas and Nicole's creativity and family values during their service. Their grandparents were the flower girls and ring bearers and they did an amazing job! The couple also incorporated a lock ceremony that we have never seen. Thank-you to Reverend Matthew Nickel for your help with cues, and for your meaningful ceremony.

Belle Isle Conservatory

We were asked to play some favorite classical selections such as the Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 during the prelude and processional. For the recessional, the couple chose 'All You Need is Love' by the Beatles. We wish Nicole and Nicholas a happy and beautiful life together!

Belle Isle Conservatory



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